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PFT: Curry To Work Out For Chiefs

Wake Forest blue-chip linebacker Aaron Curry has a private workout and a visit set up with the Kansas City Chiefs, according to Steve Wyche of

The Chiefs, who hold the third overall pick of the draft, will work out the Dick Butkus Award winner in early April. He has a visit scheduled to Kansas City that begins on April 14.

Curry has a private workout with the Cleveland Browns on Saturday in Winston-Salem, N.C.

Plus, he’s scheduled for a meet-and-greet with the Cincinnati Bengals on Monday and Tuesday.

Curry, who has already met with the Detroit Lions, also has a visit set up with the St. Louis Rams to begin on April 15.

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27 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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KFFL: Time running out for Larry Johnson and the Kansas City Chiefs?

Is the future of running back Larry Johnson with the Kansas City Chiefs going to be determined soon?

According to The Kansas City Star’s Adam Teicher, it could be as early as Wednesday. The outcome of Johnson’s grievance hearing with the team could set the tone for his future with the organization. Also, according to the Kansas City Star, Johnson just pleaded guilty Friday afternoon to two counts of disturbing the peace.

Guaranteed money to the tune of $3.75 million is what is at issue in the grievance, as the Chiefs claim the one-game suspension Johnson was given by the NFL last year is a breach of contract for violation of the league’s personal-conduct policy. Johnson’s contract calls for guaranteed payments of $3.5 million this year and $250,000 in 2010. The Chiefs must pay them regardless of whether or not LJ plays for them since it is guaranteed in the contract.

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27 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Chiefs running back pleads guilty in night club incidents

Chiefs running back Larry Johnson walked into the Kansas City Municipal Courthouse today and pleaded guilty to two counts of disturbing the peace.

Chiefs running back Larry Johnson pleaded guilty this afternoon to two counts of disturbing the peace in connection with separate incidents involving women at Kansas City night clubs last year.

A Kansas City Municipal Court judge sentenced Johnson to two years of probation but suspended imposition of the sentence. If Johnson completes probation without further incidents, the guilty plea will be removed from his public record.

Authorities originally charged him with two counts of assault but reduced both charges today to disturbing the peace.

In entering his plea, Johnson admitted the city had enough evidence to convict him. Therefore, city prosecutors did not have to call witnesses or present other evidence.

The charges stemmed from two incidents last year.

In the first on Feb. 24, 2008, a 26-year-old woman alleged that Johnson shoved her on the side of the head inside a club in the 3800 block of Main Street.

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27 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Chiefs like Matt Cassel’s passion for football

New Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel has often been compared with Tom Brady [stats], if for no other reason than they were both low-round draft picks by the New England Patriots [team stats] 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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27 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Snyder: Todd Haley Already Loves Matt Cassel
Last year at this time, Todd Haley and Matt Cassel were thousands of miles apart. Haley was the offensive coordinator for a Cardinals team who had yet to make themselves relevant in recent history. Cassel was the anonymous backup to NFL sweetheart Tom Brady in New England.

After both enjoyed very successful seasons in 2008, however, they became high-profile acquisitions by the Chiefs. Now working together in offseason conditioning exercises, head coach Haley has been extremely impressed with Cassel. So impressed, he's comparing him to a certain former quarterback of his. One who has garnered plenty of accolades in his career.
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26 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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JockLife: Scott Pioli in Denver - LJ and Cassel for Cutler and Scheffler?

According to an undisclosed source, new General Manager of the Kansas City Chiefs, Scott Pioli, was in Denver, CO yesterday.

Implications abound as to why Pioli would have been in the Mile High City. Was he just stopping by on his way back to Kansas City from the league meetings that took place in Dana Point, CA to say hi to an old colleague of his in Josh McDaniels? Was he just refueling the team’s private jet and had some time to kill with a lunch?

Regardless, Pioli was in Denver for an extended amount of time yesterday. The extended amount of time was enough for him to land at Centennial Airport and venture off the tarmac. The airport is a stones throw away from the Denver Broncos headquarters at Dove Valley in Englewood, CO. Correct information on whether Pioli's plane did indeed land at Centennial are not clear at this time.
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26 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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RIGHT NOW: NCAA Tournament Coverage Chiefs' Throwback Uniforms Create Controversy

For three games this season, the Chiefs will have a picture of Texas on their helmets.

The Chiefs have announced that the NFL has given the team permission to wear replicas of their original uniforms and helmets from the club's '62 AFL Championship season during three select games this season.

The idea is already causing some controversy online. Some Chiefs fans are not thrilled with the idea of Texas on the helmet.

But, Chiefs' blogger Nick Sloan disagrees. He writes, "This is the history of the league and everyone's doing it. The Tennessee Titans are putting on Houston Oilers gear. The Denver Broncos are wearing some atrocious brown uniforms." He said save the angst for game time performances.

The Chiefs, originally founded as the Dallas Texans, will wear their "throwbacks" along with the seven original American Football League members as the franchises join to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Chiefs Founder Lamar Hunt's creation of the AFL.
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26 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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SD Union-Tribune: Feeling unwanted in San Diego, Goff signs with Kansas City

Mike Goff will have a chance to continue his starting streak in Kansas City.

“It's nice to be at a place where you know you're wanted,” Goff said Wednesday after returning to San Diego for a few days.

The free agent right guard, who started every game in five seasons with the Chargers, received a two-year, $3.5 million contract from the Chiefs.

The Chiefs have needs in the interior of their offensive line, and there is even talk of putting him in the mix at center.

While stressing he is focusing on the good times he had as a Charger, Goff clearly leaves San Diego with a bitter taste, a resentment at how his time ended.

Despite numerous injuries, Goff, 33, has started 113 straight games, including in the playoffs, and he was perplexed that the Chargers made no attempt to re-sign him.

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25 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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