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PFT: Zach Thomas Contract Details Revealed

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The Kansas City Chiefs’ one-year contract with veteran linebacker Zach Thomas is worth $2 million, according to a league source.

Mike Florio just texted us the details. He’s also reporting that Thomas is projected to start at inside linebacker.

Thomas, 35, is entering his 14th NFL season and started 14 games last season for the Dallas Cowboys.

He recorded 94 tackles and one sack last season.

According to NFL.com, the former Miami Dolphins star has registered 1,076 career tackles, 20 1/2 sacks and 17 interceptions with four touchdowns.

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12 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Williamson: Thomas will bring value to Kansas City

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Last year, when Zach Thomas signed with Dallas, it was considered a huge coup for the Cowboys.

This year, the fact that Thomas has inked a deal with Kansas City on a quiet holiday weekend has not been met with much fanfare.

There is no denying that Thomas, who will turn 36 in September, is nearing the end of his career. The middle linebacker is no longer an elite player. But Kansas City shouldn't be criticized for adding Thomas, who signed a one-year contract for $2 million.

He will bring value to the Chiefs. Kansas City fans shouldn't expect a Pro Bowl season from Thomas, but they should expect him to make an impact. He started 14 games for Dallas and ended up with 94 tackles. That's solid work.

But that's Thomas. He will always give maximum effort, and because of that, he will get his share of tackles.

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12 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Chiefs, LB Thomas agree to deal

The Kansas City Chiefs and seven-time Pro Bowl linebacker Zach Thomas have agreed to a contract, The Kansas City Star has reported.

Thomas, 36, started 14 of 16 games for the Dallas Cowboys in 2008 during his 13th NFL season, recording 94 tackles, 65 of which came solo.

Thomas rounds out a linebacker corps that includes four-year veteran Derrick Johnson and Mike Vrabel.

The Chiefs acquired Vrabel from the New England Patriots in a February trade that brought quarterback Matt Cassel to Kansas City for a second-round draft pick.

Thomas spent the first 12 years of his career with the Miami Dolphins, with whom he was named to his last Pro Bowl in 2006 before missing 11 games with migraine headaches resulting from an auto accident in 2007.

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12 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Williamson: Chiefs should consider Parrish

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The Denver Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs should listen if the Buffalo Bills shop receiver Roscoe Parrish to them.

Parrish would fit in with both teams. ESPN's John Clayton has reported that Buffalo is shopping the receiver/return man around the league because he is the odd man out in Buffalo.

Both Denver and Kansas City are beginning new programs with pass-happy coaches Josh McDaniels and Todd Haley, respectively. Both coaches love multi-receiver sets. In Denver, Parrish could play the role of Wes Welker (who McDaniels coached in New England) in the slot and he would be the perfect complement to Brandon Marshall and Eddie Royal. The Chiefs also could use another receiver and Parrish would fit in there well.

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10 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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BR:Players Wanted, Positions Available

After a dismal season prior to the 2009 draft, the Kansas City Chiefs have the third overall draft pick. This year’s draft could prove very promising for the Chiefs.

After acquiring quarterback Matt Cassel and linebacker Mike Vrabel from the New England Patriots in March for a little bit of nothing, the Chiefs' staff strengthened both the offense and defense.

Unfortunately, there are still several holes to fill on both sides of the ball.

Kansas City has struggled with the defensive tackle position for nearly 10 years after the loss of Derrick Thomas.

Hopefully, Glenn Dorsey, acquired in the first round at pick number five of the 2008 draft, will be able to step into that position solidly with the looming possibility of a transition to a 3-4 defensive scheme under new head coach Todd Haley.

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10 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Former Chiefs Safety Jerome Woods Nets $950,000 in Arbitration Ruling


A Memphis native and former professional football player has won the largest award yet from a financial industry panel hearing claims involving a group of former Regions Morgan Keegan mutual funds.

Jerome Woods, whose football career included a stint with the Kansas City Chiefs, has won $950,000 as a result of the arbitration claim he filed over losses in the RMK funds. Woods played ten seasons in the NFL with the Kansas City Chiefs, according to the team’s official Web site www.kcchiefs.com.

Woods’ Nashville attorney Naill Falls told The Daily News his client is pleased with the arbitrators’ ruling.

“Like most investors, the Woods were not interested in speculative risk, but Morgan Keegan recommended these highly risky funds indiscriminately, loading up their clients with these funds without disclosing their true risks,” Falls said.

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09 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Kiper's Draft Projection for the Chiefs' First Three Rounds

No. 3: Aaron Curry, OLB, Wake Forest

No. 67: Andy Levitre, OL, Oregon St.
No. 102: Dannell Ellerbe, LB, Georgia

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09 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Teocher: Can Scott Pioli really walk on water?

We're about to find out. This can't be a one-player draft for the Chiefs. Their roster has too many holes for Pioli to pick, say, Aaron Curry with the third overall choice and then shut the thing down until next year.

The Chiefs, at a minimum, have to come away with a couple of linebackers (at least one needs to be able to get after the quarterback), a nose tackle (if they're going to play the 3-4), an offensive lineman (Damon McIntosh and Mike Goff are near the end of their careers), a wide receiver and, particularly if they plan to dump Larry Johnson, a running back.

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09 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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