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Jason Cole: Chiefs' Matt Cassel may be losing grip on starting job

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel (7) passes in the first half of an NFL football game against the New Orleans Saints in New Orleans, Sunday, Sept. 23, 2012. (AP Photo/Jonathan Bachman)

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel at least has one supporter left in coach Romeo Crennel. Beyond that, the fourth-year starter for the Chiefs is losing confidence from players and many others in the organization. In fact, if the team had a better alternative than Brady Quinn as the top backup, Cassel might have already found his way to the bench.

"Look, there's a big reason why they went after Peyton Manning as hard as they did this offseason," said a source with knowledge of Chiefs president Scott Pioli's thinking. "What you're seeing from Cassel is pretty much what was expected. He's a really nice backup, not a starter."

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01 Oct 2012 by Ryan Luis

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Williamson: Camp Confidential: Kansas City Chiefs

ST. JOSEPH, Mo. -- This isn’t a training camp for the leisurely.

Armed with the best roster this franchise has seen in years, the Kansas City Chiefs are moving quickly under new coach Romeo Crennel. For those who visited the Chiefs camp last year, this pace is foreign.

“There are no wasted moments,” said quarterback Matt Cassel.

The final training camp of the Todd Haley era will live in infamy in the Heartland. The Chiefs’ training camp last season was essentially a three-week walk-through exercise. Haley chose to go that route because he wanted to ease the players back into the program after a lost offseason due the lockout. The plan didn’t work as the Chiefs were physically and mentally behind the rest of the league. The Chiefs, who suffered several major injuries early in the season, were clubbed early in the season and it set the tone for a disappointing season.
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18 Aug 2012 by Ryan Luis

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PFT: Willie Roaf thankful to be singled out at the Hall of Fame

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Willie Roaf was recognized as a Pro Bowler 11 times during his great career, but upon his induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame tonight, he noted that recognition doesn’t come easily for an offensive tackle.

After being greeted warmly in Canton, Ohio, Roaf said at the start of his induction speech that he wasn’t accustomed to hearing his name called for a good reason.

“As an offensive lineman, I didn’t get singled out in front of a large audience very often,” Roaf said. “And when I did it was usually by a referee, who was saying, ‘Holding on No. 77.’”

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04 Aug 2012 by Ryan Luis

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Poe Turning Heads

Memphis defensive lineman Dontari Poe runs the 40-yard dash at the NFL football scouting combine Monday in Indianapolis.
Those who have done their homework on Chief's first round Draft Pick Dontari Poe have undoubtedly heard questions regarding his work ethic and football dedication.  Some Sportsbook review, a nice pre draft article from dispels this notion and a recent article by's Stephen Brown continues to support Poe's work ethic and hard work. Many outlets have explained that Poe's recent participation in OTA's are nothing unusual, however, Brown points out an interesting fact from another Chief's Star:

"Being present for each OTAincluding minicamp isn’t unusual. But without a contract? Dwayne Bowe held out his rookie season, missing a week of training camp."

Time will tell if Poe will be there for training camp.  However, not giving credit for Poe's involvement in OTA's seems to be misguided.  I still remember when former Chief's head coach Dick Vermeil referred to Ryan Sims as fat and out of shape when returning from his hold out. 

Don't expect the same from Poe.
30 Jun 2012 by Ryan Luis

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The Arizona Cardinals confirmed Thursday that they will practice against the Kansas City Chiefs the week of Aug. 6 in Kansas City. The Cards' will be in Ohio for the Hall of Fame game against the Saints on Aug. 5 and will then play the Chiefs in Kansas City on Aug. 10.

The arrangement helps the Cardinals cut down on travel time between Ohio, Arizona and Kansas City. The two teams have agreed to share workouts at the Chiefs training camp location, Missouri Western State University.

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28 Jun 2012 by Ryan Luis

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SN: Kansas City Chiefs begin workouts with Jamaal Charles, Eric Berry back l

When the whistle blew, Jamaal Charles and Eric Berry headed off to the corner of the far practice field while the rest of the Kansas City Chiefs began a full-squad practice.

In many ways it looked like last season, when the speedy running back and playmaking safety were recovering from torn knee ligaments. The difference this time was that Charles and Berry were dressed in shorts and jerseys and appeared on the cusp of returning.

That alone made the first in a series of organized team activities a success.

"I'm excited. Jamaal has made tremendous progress," quarterback Matt Cassel said. "Every day he's been working out in the weight room and doing tremendous things already."

Charles and Berry weren't alone in doing rehab work. Tight end Tony Moeaki is also coming back from a torn ACL. Defensive back DeQuan Menzie hurt his hamstring during a recent rookie minicamp, safety Kendrick Lewis is still working his way back from offseason shoulder surgery and linebacker Brandon Siler from a torn Achilles tendon.

29 May 2012 by Ryan Luis

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Covitz: Chiefs' rookie Allen named to 'All Value Team'

While most of the attention from the 2012 draft focuses on first-rounders such as Chiefs nose tackle Dontari Poe, the 11th overall pick, there’s more to a draft than one round.

Former NFL executive Michael Lombardi of has unveiled his 2012 NFL Draft “All Value Team” in which he selected guard Jeff Allen, the Chiefs’ second-round pick from Illinois, as one of 12 players taken from the second round on who hold the most potential for immediate and long-term value to the teams that selected them.

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15 May 2012 by Ryan Luis

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Rose: KC Chiefs saying all the right things about rookies after mini-camp

The Kansas City Chiefs completed their rookie mini-camp Sunday with their 38 players invited and coaches, broadcasters and many media members in attendance have nothing but good things to say about what happened during the past three days.

Head coach, Romeo Crennel, spoke glowingly about players such as first-round pick, Dontari Poe, as well as fourth-round receiver Devon Wylie as the players went through a ton of drills.  Poe stood out from the rest of the players simply because of the individual attention he got from Crennel and defensive line coach, Anthony Pleasant. He must feel like he has just won the jackpot at PartyCasino!

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14 May 2012 by Ryan Luis

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