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Williamson: Chiefs' draft options if Curry's gone

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The Kansas City Chiefs may have a draft issue brewing.

Aaron Curry may be getting too hot. The Wake Forest linebacker is shooting up NFL draft boards so fast, he may be gone by the time the Chiefs pick at No. 3. Many mock drafts have the Chiefs pegging Curry. And it makes perfect sense.

He is considered the best defensive prospect available in an offense-heavy top of the draft and the Chiefs' primary needs are on defense. Curry would be an instant starter at linebacker and he would help the Chiefs in both passing and running defense immediately.

Still, will the Chiefs get a chance to draft him? This story suggests Detroit could take Curry with the No. 1 overall pick. If that happens, what should the Chiefs do?

They do have other needs, but defense is their biggest need area and no defensive player other than Curry is clearly worth the No. 3 pick. If Curry is off the board when Kansas City picks at No. 3 on April 25, here are some other options:

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10 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Babb: The Chiefs have their quarterback. Now what?


So let me just put this out there: The Chiefs aren't finished. Or shouldn't be, anyway. They're not put back together, and that's for darn sure.

A few weeks before he was fired, former coach Herm Edwards said the Chiefs were 80 percent rebuilt. That didn't win Edwards much credibility considering Kansas City won a whopping two games last year and looked to be about 95 percent from competing for anything unless a demotion to the Big Ten was in the works.

Anyway, if Edwards really believed that, I don't suspect it won him much favor with general manager Scott Pioli, who entered this offseason clearly believing the Chiefs needed a significant overhaul. Positions have been re-evaluated, veterans' wishes downplayed, blockbuster trades executed. And we're only about two weeks into the free agency period.

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10 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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AP: Kansas City council opposes $2M cut for stadiums


Associated Press - March 10, 2009 11:54 AM ET

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - A majority of Kansas City's City Council members are against eliminating $2 million a year in city funding for upkeep at the stadiums for the Royals and Chiefs.

With the city facing a projected $85 million budget shortfall, Mayor Mark Funkhouser has been proposing to make the cut to the Jackson County Sports Complex.

8 of the 13 council members say they will not agree to abruptly eliminate the funding.

There seems to be more support for City Manager Wayne Cauthen's suggestion for a $300,000 cut to the stadiums.

Funkhouser held a news conference on Monday with police Chief Jim Corwin near the stadiums.

Funkhouser says the budget shortfall has pitted public safety against sports as budget priorities for the city.

Information from: The Kansas City Star, http://www.kcstar.com

Copyright 2009 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

10 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Covitz: Lowery's induction was overdue

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I was delighted to see kicker Nick Lowery chosen as the newest member of the Chiefs' Hall of Fame.

Why it took so long is beyond me (well, maybe we know one reason, but he's not here anymore).

Lowery is the club's all-time leader in scoring and in career field goals with 329. He also holds the club record for most field goals made in a season, 34; is tied with Hall of Famer Jan Stenerud with most field goals in a game, 5 (four times); and he's made the three longest field goals in club history _ two of 58 yards and one of 57 yards.

His best season was 1990 when he made a Chiefs single-season record 34 field goals and 37 extra points 139 points, the highest single-season total ever by a Chiefs kicker.

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09 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Babb: It’s been a long wait for new Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel

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They never thought the kid would have to wait this long. Matt Cassel’s high school coaches told him that, yes, if he wanted to play college football at Southern California, he’d have to wait his turn. That was part of the deal if he chose to play for a powerhouse.

They didn’t say anything about waiting nearly 10 years.

Cassel spent five seasons at USC and never started a game. He was the backup to Heisman Trophy winners Carson Palmer and Matt Leinart, and if Cassel had wanted to crack the starting lineup, playing tight end or slot receiver would have been his best chance.

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09 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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PFT: VRABEL: I CAN STILL PLAY

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Mike Vrabel might not have wanted to leave New England, but after 12 years in the league, he thinks he can still contribute.

“Let’s put it this way:  This is a production business and the bottom line is it is all about production,” Vrabel said, per Christopher L. Gasper of the Boston Globe.  “You put those eight years up against a lot of different guys, I would be really happy with what I did in those eight years.  With that being said, I know that I have got some more football left.  I can still play, and I can still help the Chiefs, and I will help the Chiefs.”

Vrabel, who was part of the Matt Cassel trade, was asked directly if he wanted out of New England.

“I wouldn’t say that is necessarily true, but the situation is what it is,” he said.

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07 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Huard Comments on the Kansas City Chiefs


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Damon Huard was interviewed by the Bay Area media yesterday.  This is what he had to say about his former team:
"I think for so long the Chiefs were so good and a playoff team each year, a 9 and 10 win team, that couldn't get over that hump...Somewhere down the line the organization decided to do this youth movement and build for the future.  Sometimes in football that doesn't really work...We were $35 mil. under the cap [last year] in KC.  They only signed one free agent, maybe two, and traded away our best defensive play in Jared Allen and just decided to go young.  With that we didn't quite win enough games...we go 2-14 and everyone is shown pink slips...That's the decision they tried to make and it didn't quite go as planed...It was rough for everyone involved and that's why there was a makeover in the organization."
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06 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Williamson: Chiefs bring back safety McGraw

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The Kansas City Chiefs signed one of their more important free agents, safety Jon McGraw.

McGraw, a key special-teams player, will be entering his third season with Kansas City and his eighth NFL season.

The Chiefs also signed linebacker Darrell Robertson, who was on New England's practice squad last season. He had 11.5 sacks during his collegiate career at Georgia Tech and he will have a chance to make the Chiefs' roster. The team is in dire need of pass-rushers.

The Chiefs still have plenty of salary-cap room remaining and are considering several free agents, particularly on defense.

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06 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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