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Teicher: Case between the Chiefs, Larry Johnson heard by special master


The case between the Chiefs and running back Larry Johnson was heard Wednesday by a special master, but he made no ruling. Neither side was certain when a ruling would be given.

At issue is $3.75 million of guaranteed money Johnson is due from the Chiefs in the contract extension he signed in August 2007. The contract calls for $3.5 million of Johnson’s 2009 salary and $250,000 of his 2010 salary to be guaranteed regardless of whether he plays for them or not.

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02 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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SN: Chiefs' offseason report: New coach, GM have their work cut out for them


New GM Scott Pioli and new head coach Todd Haley knew they would need to overhaul a large portion of the Chiefs' roster in order to accomplish the things they wanted to do. But for a team that needed just about everything, their smartest move may have been sitting on the sidelines during the first week of free agency and not getting caught up in the spending spree.

With so many needs, Pioli and Haley knew they had to spend money wisely and find the right players to fit their immediate needs with an eye toward building for the future.

Of course there was the big trade for Cassel.
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02 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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PFW: To fully move on, Chiefs need to rid themselves of L.J.


It was a bad fit from Day One.

From the moment Larry Johnson arrived in Kansas City in 2003, there were signs of trouble. He didn’t get along with head coach Dick Vermeil, was aloof and unaccommodating with the media and wasn’t exactly enamored with living in a Midwestern city without an extravagant nightlife. At times over the next few years, it appeared Johnson had overcome his issues with K.C. - both the team and the city - and was poised to settle in as the dominant running back he had proven to be. But things started to unravel again prior to the ’07 season and haven’t improved. Now, with a new regime attempting to reform the Chiefs into a model franchise, it’s finally time for them to cut the cord with Johnson.

Ever since GM Scott Pioli stepped foot in the Chiefs' facility in January, he has made one message perfectly clear: If you think you’re bigger than the team, we don’t need you in Kansas City. Bringing the “Patriot Way” with him from New England, Pioli intends to build a roster with players whose top priority is winning and who aren’t concerned with individual accomplishments. He might think that he can get through to Johnson in a way those before him couldn’t and convince the two-time Pro Bowler to put the franchise ahead of himself. But unless Pioli is as adept at psychology as he is at assembling football teams, he’s unlikely to succeed.

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01 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Williamson: Agent: Chiefs, Johnson have 'open mind'


The agent for Kansas City Chiefs running back Larry Johnson said his client is open to staying with the Chiefs and all sides have an "open mind" about the oft-embattled player playing in Kansas City in 2009.
Johnson had previously said he wanted to be traded. However, agent Peter Schaffer pointed out that Johnson is now interested in playing for the new Chiefs regime. Schaffer said, as an act of good faith, Johnson attended the Chiefs' offseason workout program that began Monday. New Chiefs coach Todd Haley told reporters Monday everyone on the team "has a clean slate."
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01 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Chiefs Report Mock Draft

The Chiefs Report, in addition to 31 other blogs representing NFL teams, have participated in a mock draft hosted by nologoneeded.com. 

Naturally, I had the Chiefs selecting LB Aaron Curry (Wake Forrest) with the the third pick in the draft. 

The complete draft is listed below: 

1. Lions: waynefontes.com
MATTHEW STAFFORD, QB, GEORGIA

2. Rams: turfshowtimes.com
EUGENE MONROE, OT, VIRGINIA

3. Chiefs: kcchiefsnews.com
AARON CURRY, LB, WAKE FOREST

http://www.nfldraftdog.com/images/Aaron%20curry.jpg
Having addressed their quarterback need in the Matt Cassel trade, look for the Chiefs to address the other side of the ball with the third overall pick.  Todd Haley could be tempted to draft a wide receiver (Crabtree) given his coaching history but Linebacker remains their most pressing need on defense, besides defensive end.  This being a weak draft for defensive end, linebacker Aaron Curry is the most logical pick for the chiefs. 

The chiefs have declined to re-sign starting linebackers Rocky Boiman and Pat Thomas and have released veteran Donnie Edwards making them somewhat thin at the position.  They have traded for Mike Vrabel, which would obviously be a great mentor for the young Curry. 

The Wake Forest product is an absolute must if the Chiefs plan to move to a 3-4 defense, Curry on one side and Derrick Johnson on the other would provide the necessary pass rushing personnel for a team that set the record for the least amount of sacks in a season. 

4. Seahawks: davekriegsstrikebeard.com
MICHAEL CRABTREE, WR, TEXAS TECH

5. Browns: nologoneeded.com
REY MAUALUGA, LB, USC

6. Bengals: bengalstripes.com
JASON SMITH, OT, BAYLOR

7. Raiders: silverandblackpride.com
JEREMY MACLIN, WR, MISSOURI

8. Jaguars: jaguarsgab.com
B.J. RAJI, DT, BOSTON COLLEGE

9. Packers: lombardiave.com
BRIAN ORAKPO, DE/OLB, TEXAS

10. 49ers: ninersnation.com
 EVERETTE BROWN, OLB, FLORIDA STATE

11. Bills: buffalorumblings.com  
CLAY MATTHEWS, OLB, USC

12. Broncos: milehighreport.com
 MALCOLM JENKINS, CB, OHIO STATE

13. Redskins: curlyr.blogspot.com  
 ANDRE SMITH, OT, ALABAMA

14. Saints: canalstreetchronicles.com
  BRIAN CUSHING, OLB, USC

15. Texans: houstondiehards.com
 MICHAEL OHER, OT, OLE MISS

16. Chargers: bolthype.com
 EBEN BRITTON, OT, ARIZONA

17. Jets: thejetsblog.com
 TYSON JACKSON, DE, LSU

18. Bears: blogdownchicagobears.com
 DARRIUS HEYWARD-BEY, WR, MARYLAND

19. Buccaneers: bucem.com
 PERCY HARVIN, WR, FLORIDA

20. Lions (from Dallas): waynefontes.com
 AARON MAYBIN, DE, PENN STATE

21. Eagles: igglesblog.com
 VONTAE DAVIS, CB, ILLINOIS

22. Vikings: vikingsragnarok.blogspot.com
 MARK SANCHEZ, QB, USC

23. Patriots: patriotsdaily.com
 KNOWSHON MORENO, RB, GEORGIA

24. Falcons: falcoholic.com
CLINT SINTIM, LB, VIRGINIA

25. Dolphins: thephinsider.com
 LARRY ENGLISH, LB, NORTHERN ILLINOIS

26. Ravens: ebonybird.com
KENNY BRITT, WR, RUTGERS

27. Colts: 18to88.com
 PERIA JERRY, DT, MISSISSIPPI STATE

28. Eagles (from Carolina): igglesblog.com
 VONTAE DAVIS, CB, ILLINOIS

29. Giants: bigblue101.com
 HAKEEM NICKS, WR, NORTH CAROLINA

30. Titans: musiccitymiracles.com
 D.J. MOORE, CB, VANDERBILT

31. Cardinals: raisingzona.com
CHRIS WELLS, RB, OHIO STATE

32. Steelers: steelerstoday.com
 FILI MOALA, DT, USC


30 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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PFT: L.J.’s Probation Includes A Night Club Curfew


Most probation arrangements involve a commitment by the person who avoids jail to avoid alcohol for the duration of the probationary period.

As pointed out by the folks at BlackSportsOnline.com, the probation order applicable to Chiefs running back Larry Johnson also requires him to stay out of any Kansas City night clubs after 9:00 p.m. local time.

Johnson pleaded guilty last week to two counts of disturbing the peace.  He previously had been charged with two counts of assault arising from separate 2008 incidents involving alleged actions against a woman at two Kansas City-area clubs.

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29 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Hearing will affect LJ’s future


Running back Larry Johnson’s future in Kansas City could be determined by the outcome of his grievance with the Chiefs in a hearing Wednesday.

At issue is $3.75 million of guaranteed money Johnson is due from the Chiefs in the contract extension he signed in August 2007. Generally, NFL salaries are not guaranteed, but Johnson’s contract calls for payments of $3.5 million this year and $250,000 in 2010 that the Chiefs must pay regardless of whether he plays for them.

The Chiefs say the one-game suspension he received from the NFL last year for violating the league’s personal-conduct policy is a breach of his contract and frees them from having to pay the guaranteed money.

The Chiefs and Johnson’s agent, Peter Schaffer, declined to answer questions on the matter.

One source familiar with the situation said that should the Chiefs win the grievance, they would probably release Johnson, suggesting the team wouldn’t be going through the trouble if it didn’t intend to free him from his contract.

Johnson has asked to be traded or released since the end of last season. Unhappy with a diminished role with the Chiefs, Johnson said in the locker room in Cincinnati after the season’s last game that he wanted to continue his career playing for another team.

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28 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Teicher: Chiefs like Cassel's passion for football


New Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel has often been compared to Tom Brady, if for no other reason than they were both low-round draft picks by the New England Patriots and teammates for four seasons.

After watching Cassel on video and working with him for almost a month, Chiefs coach Todd Haley offers a different veteran quarterback comparison.

"I just came off two years of working with one of the best guys I've ever been around in Kurt Warner," said Haley, who as Arizona's offensive coordinator coached Warner the last two seasons. "In 'best guys,' I mean guys that are into football, like to talk about football. It's not about much else for Kurt Warner. This Matt Cassel feels and acts a lot the same way. He is football 24/7 to the point where I've had to pull back the reins on him a couple of times and say, 'Listen, Matt. These next couple of months are about getting in shape and getting your body ready for the season. There's time enough for football.'

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28 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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