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Babb: A case for Crabtree

I cannot take credit (or blame) for this one. The following is a detailed, well-researched suggestion from Chiefs fan Shawn Siegele, that Kansas City should draft former Texas Tech wide receiver Michael Crabtree with the No. 3 overall pick instead of linebacker Aaron Curry.

We like Curry an awful lot, but Shawn makes some very good points. I'm not sure what our guest contributor does for a living, but he talks an awful lot like an economist or statistician. Because I talk like a sports writer, I'm deferring many of these points to him. And instead of rewriting what he said in my own words, I'll step aside. Mr. Siegele, the floor is yours:

I went back through every draft since 1999 and looked at the top 6 draft slots. During those years, only 3 LBs have been taken in the first 6 picks. Of those three, two have been a solid players and one appears to be a bust. For that same time period, seven WRs have been taken. Of those players, 5 have become stars and two have been busts. Neither LBs nor WRs are taken in the top six as often as QBs or LTs, but WRs are twice as likely to be drafted that high and they are much more likely to become big time NFL players. You've often pointed to Charles Rogers as a reason to avoid WRs, but WRs taken that highly in the draft actually have an incredible rate of success.

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18 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Williamson: Could Booker be next in KC?

Now that the Kansas City Chiefs have secured Bobby Engram to be the No. 2 receiver or No. 3 receiver, here is another name to remember if the Chiefs are going to pursue another veteran wide receiver: Marty Booker.

Booker, who is available after being cut by Chicago, was developed in Chicago under new Kansas City coach Todd Haley early in this decade. Booker became a big-play threat under Haley and the two had a close relationship.

Plus, Booker could probably be had close to the league minimum and would be a worthy investment. Haley loved multiple receiver sets as the offensive coordinator in Arizona and new Kansas City quarterback Matt Cassel benefitted from triple-receiver sets while in New England.

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17 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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AP: Former Chargers Guard Mike Goff Visits Chiefs


Former San Diego Chargers guard Mike Goff visited the Kansas City Chiefs today according to Bill Williamson of ESPN.

Goff is a 33 year old guard originally drafted by the Bengals in the 3rd round of the 1998 draft. After six seasons in Cincinnati, he moved to the AFC West spending five years with the Chargers.

San Diego decided not to pursue another contract with Goff following the 2008 season.

Though his age is a bit of concern, his durability isn't. He's started a full 16 game slate every season dating back to 2002.

If Brian Waters returns to the team in 2009, the Chiefs are set at left guard. However, a hole exists at right guard which was filled in 2008 by Adrian Jones. There's even been some talk of moving Damion McIntosh to the guard position opposite of Waters.

The Chiefs are also attending a private workout with LSU defensive tackle Ricky Jean-Francois today so it's unclear what coaches and/or part of the management team are attending what workout and if any contracts will be offered.

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17 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Williamson: Chiefs get busy with roster changes

The Kansas City Chiefs have salary cap room and needs on both sides of the ball.

Yet, aside from a trade early in the free agency period that netted quarterback Matt Cassel and linebacker Mike Vrabel, the Chiefs were quiet. Kansas City's free agent signings were mostly little-known bottom-of-the-roster types.

Tuesday, however, Kansas City got busy.

The Chefs signed receiver Bobby Engram, linebacker Monty Beisel, and receiver Terrance Copper, who will fight to make the roster.

The signing of Engram and Beisel won't rival the additions of Cassel and Vrabel in terms of impact but both should be decent role players.

Engram could battle for the No. 2 receiver spot if he stays healthy, or be a top backup. He has 113 starts in 13 NFL seasons. He has 645 careers catches, including 94 in 2007. He was injured often in 2008. He will be a reliable target for Cassel.

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17 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Chiefs Agree to Terms with WE Engram, LB Beisel, and WR Copper

The Kansas City Chiefs announced on Tuesday that the club has agreed to terms with unrestricted free agents WR Bobby Engram and LB Monty Beisel in addition to free agent WR Terrance Copper.

Engram (5-10, 192) has appeared in 171 games (113 starts) during his 13-year NFL career with Chicago (’96-00) and Seattle (2001-08). He has caught 645 passes for 7,690 yards (11.9 avg.) with 35 TDs and rushed five times for 19 yards (3.8 avg.). He has added 102 punt returns for 1,059 yards (10.4 avg.) with two TDs and 30 kickoff returns for 643 yards (21.4 avg.). Engram has also played in nine postseason contests (seven starts), including Super Bowl XL vs. Pittsburgh. He has caught 35 passes for 476 yards (13.6 avg.) with two TDs in the playoffs. He originally entered the NFL as a second-round draft pick (52nd overall) of Chicago in the ‘96 NFL Draft.

The Penn State product set school records with 167 catches for 3,026 yards (18.1 avg.) and 31 touchdowns. Engram compiled 786 punt return yards in his collegiate career, the second-highest total in school history. He was a three-time all-state selection at Camden High School in Camden, South Carolina.

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The Kansas City Chiefs announced on Tuesday the addition of three veteran free agents.

Joining the team are receiver Bobby Engram, linebacker Monty Beisel, and receiver Terrance Copper.

Engram would have been a hot commodity in free agency last year, given his career-high 94 catches for more than 1,100 yards in 2007.

But an injury-riddled 2008 caused his stock to drop.  The 36-year-old now joins the third team of his career.

Engram spent five seasons with the Bears, and eight with the Seahawks.  He started in Super Bowl XL.

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17 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Covitz: Chiefs may employ trendy 3-4 defense

The Chiefs’ selection of Clancy Pendergast as defensive coordinator means the team could be joining a trend sweeping the NFL.

Installing a 3-4 defensive front is all the rage in the NFL. It wasn’t too long ago when only a handful of teams lined up with three defensive linemen and four linebackers. The overwhelming majority of teams used 4-3 fronts.

But in 2009 there could be as many as 12 teams operating with 3-4 schemes if Pendergast, who tinkered with the 3-4 as defensive coordinator at Arizona last season, adopts it as the Chiefs’ base defense.

It’s a copycat league, and why not mimic the base defense that has won six of the last nine Super Bowls?

New England coach Bill Belichick, whose teams won three of those Super Bowls and appeared in another, attributed the 3-4 explosion to assistant coaches’ taking their systems to their new jobs when they become head coaches.

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16 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Herald: Scott Pioli defends slow pace

After making the big strike by trading for his two former Patriots [team stats] properties - quarterback Matt Cassel and linebacker Mike Vrabel - to open the free agency period, Kansas City Chiefs general manager Scott Pioli has mostly watched as other teams have spent cash on players.

The sum total of the Chiefs’ efforts since the Patriots deal: Corey Mays, a backup linebacker, and Travis Daniels, a backup cornerback.

While that absence of activity hasn’t pleased many fans, Pioli is urging patience. He defended his cautious plan, indicating the Chiefs aren’t finished adding pieces.

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15 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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It's going to be a most likely slow Sunday for Chiefs news.  As a result, this is what shall entertain you...LJ's personal life. Judging from the tone of the article, it seems as though LJ isn't viewed favorably in the gossip circles... has caught wind of a SAD story. Apparently Chilli from TLC is dating convicted woman beater (and Kansas City Chiefs running back) Larry Johnson. The two had been trying to keep their relationship on the low … but now it’s out.

Why is it sad, you ask??? Well, not only is Larry currently being sued by a woman who claims that he SPIT ON HER in a club. But, as has reported to you before, he’s been ARRESTED for beating two of his ex-girlfriends.

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15 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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