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Covitz: Go For Holt

If the Chiefs acquired Mike Vrabel to bring a sage, experienced linebacker to the defense, they would do well for the offense to sign seven-time Pro Bowl wide receiver Torry Holt, who was just let go by the Rams.

Holt may be 32, but he keeps himself in impeccable shape and is a brilliant athlete. I've seen make some amazing catches despite double coverage.

He also has a strong work ethic, is a class act and would bring the kind of locker room presence the new regime is looking for.

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13 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Macklin arrested on DUI count
Former Menchville High star and current NFL player David Macklin was arrested by state police early Friday morning for drunken driving in Newport News.

Macklin was initially pulled over because of the dark window tint on his vehicle, according to a criminal complaint attached to his arrest warrant in Newport News General District Court's traffic division. Macklin, 30, was driving a 2005 BMW west on J. Clyde Morris Boulevard.

After the stop at 3:13 a.m., the state trooper stated that he smelled a strong odor of alcohol and that Macklin performed poorly on several field sobriety tests. Macklin's blood alcohol test showed a level of .11, the officer's complaint said.
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13 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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The new regime in Kansas City is in the process of rounding up players with whom there’s a degree of familiarity.

The Chiefs have announced that they have agreed to terms with free-agent linebacker Corey Mays.

Mays has played in 32 games, with one start, during a three-year career.  He spent 2006 and part of 2007 with the Patriots, where Chiefs G.M. Scott Pioli served as the V.P. of player personnel.  Mays appeared in 11 games with the Bengals in 2007, and 12 in 2008.

He would have been a restricted free agent with the Bengals, but the team opted not to tender a contract to him.


13 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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AP: Chiefs hire Pendergast defensive coordinator

KANSAS CITY, Mo. Clancy Pendergast, the defensive coordinator for Arizona's run to the Super Bowl, is now in charge of defense for the Kansas City Chiefs.

The Chiefs finished 2-14 last year with one of the worst defenses in the league, and set an NFL record with only 10 sacks.

Pendergast joins Todd Haley, who was hired as head coach after serving as the Cardinals' offensive coordinator.


13 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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SportsRadio: Herm Edwards For The First Time Since Being Fired

Former Kansas City Chiefs and New York Jets head coach Herm Edwards won’t be on the sideline in the National Football League for the first time since his playing days ended in 1986 with the Los Angeles Rams. That’s a long run. Edwards has taken a gig at ESPN for the time being and he took some time out to talk to WHB in Kansas City to talk about the new job, enjoying things he hasn’t been able to do since embarking on a coaching career, whether or not he has plans to return to the game, and of course, about his tenure in KC.

On whether he agreed that his job in Kansas City might have been safe had it not been for the Chiefs owner Clark Hunt needing to let Carl Peterson go:

“Well I don’t know that so much. I know that we had a good relationship, Clark and myself. And Carl and myself. Now what transpired through all the rest of that stuff, I don’t know. And really it’s not even worth worrying about. I mean, they went in the direction they needed to go in. And the thing I’m happy about is I was part of getting it going in that direction.”

Does he think Larry Johnson will be retained by the Chiefs?

“I do. With a new staff in there, he’s got another opportunity to..whatever’s happened in the past has happened in the past. And what he does going forward is probably the most important thing.”

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12 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Chiefs Cut QB Quinn Gray

The Associated Press
Published: March 11, 2009

The Kansas City Chiefs have cut quarterback Quinn Gray, who played in one game for the team last season.

The Chiefs announced in a brief news release Wednesday that they had terminated his contract. Gray was among four backup quarterbacks for the Chiefs after they traded for Matt Cassel from New England.

Gray was also a reserve for the Jacksonville Jaguars before signing with Kansas City.

11 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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The Orlando Pace Release Delivers Two Stories for the Chiefs
  • First, Bill Williamson of ESPN believes that Orlando Pace would be a nice fit in Kansas City (or Oakland):

"The word around Kansas City is that the Chiefs could be open to moving Branden Albert, the No. 15 overall pick last year, to right tackle. The Chiefs could conceivably use the No. 3 draft pick on a left tackle. Yet, the availability of Pace could be tempting to Kansas City.

Yes, he wouldn't be part of the youth movement but he'd fill a need and allow the Chiefs to get help elsewhere. Also, the Chiefs have plenty of salary-cap room and would be able to hang in any bidding battle that could break out for Pace. There are plenty of reasons to think Pace could be staying in Missouri."

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  • Meanwhile, Randy Covitz believes the Chiefs have come closer to drafting Linebacker Aaron Curry because the Rams most likely will take one of the top two offensive lineman (Monroe or Smith):

"Even before releasing Pace, the Rams needed an upgrade at right tackle, not to mention a left tackle to groom as Pace's replacement. Now, they need tackles on both sides of the line, so they'll have to consider either Virginia's Eugene Monroe or Baylor's Jason Smith.

That means if Detroit takes quarterback Matt Stafford with the first pick and the Rams take one of the tackles with the second choice, the Chiefs will have to decide between Monroe or Smith or the best defensive player on the board, Curry."

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10 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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The Kansas City Chiefs have announced that cornerback Travis Daniels has been signed to a free-agent contract. 

Terms weren’t disclosed.  (But, hey, at least they said what position he’ll play.)

Daniels, who spent 2008 with the Browns, began his career with a three-year stint in Miami.

The Dolphins, under then-head coach Nick Saban, picked Daniels in the fourth round of the 2005 draft.  Daniels had played for Saban at LSU.

He has appeared in 51 career games, with 26 starts.


This youtube video is from Daniels' playing days with the Dolphins.  Apparently he needed his jewelery cleaned and a bowling session.

10 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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