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Chiefs waive six players

The Chiefs on Monday waived six players: RB Kolby Smith, QB Matt Gutierrez, TE Leroy Banks, OL Jermail Porter, DB Andre Jones and OL Nick Landry.

15 Jun 2010 by Flint Graves

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Haley is Impressed

Sunday, Chiefs head coach Todd Haley cut the final practice of a three-day mini-camp short by about a half hour. He was pleased with not only the overall performance of his squad over a seven day period that saw eight practice sessions, but also with Kansas City’s 2010 off-season program as a whole. Training in the form of the strength and conditioning program originally began on March 29th.

“I cut it short because of the progress we made this weekend, the fact that some of it was going to be review and as much as these guys have put in here over the last few months, I thought it was worth giving something back to them which I think they appreciated, at least from what I could tell,” Haley said.

On Monday, OTA #13 was originally scheduled to be held at the Chiefs Training Facility. Rather than bring the players back for a ninth practice in eight days, Haley re-scheduled his squad for an appearance at the Chiefs Ambassadors (alumni) Golf Tournament. Due to heavy rains the night before, that event ended up being postponed.

Now, Tuesday rolls along and Kansas City is scheduled to hit the field for the final day of on-field work before heading to training camp on July 29th. The players reported to the building willing and ready to work. They went through their morning strength and conditioning drills, but then received another pleasant surprise.

Haley cancelled the final OTA session of 2010.

Hard work makes good things happen - not only on game days, but at the discretion of the head coach in the off-season program as well. All of the positives that we’ve heard from the players and coaching staff this off-season has come full-circle these past three days. Haley saw a team focused on meeting its goals both on and off the field, so he rewarded them with an early dismissal.

For the veterans, they are now off until training camp begins. Some of the players who live in Kansas City will continue to come into the building for workouts and film study, but the next six weeks are a time to refresh before the real grind begins. Of course, each player will be required to stay in shape as a grueling conditioning test awaits them upon arrival in St. Joseph.

15 Jun 2010 by Flint Graves

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NFP: Todd Haley maturing as a coach

Following a rough season as a rookie head coach, Todd Haley is maturing as he approaches his second season as the Kansas City Chiefs' head coach.

He acknowledges that he wasn't quite prepared for it all as the Chiefs endured a lot of losing.

“There was no possible way to recreate the circumstances that I was going to be in,” Haley told the Kansas City Star. “You have to live it. No matter how many mentors and guys I could call and talk to who would help me, there was no way to recreate being a head coach and all the things that came with it.”

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14 Jun 2010 by Ryan Luis

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Chiefs looking for more sacks under Crennel

The Kansas City Chiefs had one of the worst pass rushes in the NFL last season, managing 22 sacks.

At least it was better than the year before, when they set an NFL record with just 10.

Now, under new defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel, the Chiefs hope to take the next step.

The personnel really hasn't changed and the team is under its third defensive coordinator in three years, but there are signs it should get better.

Tamba Hali became a pass-rushing force after switching to outside linebacker last season, leading the team with 8½ sacks.

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01 Jun 2010 by Ryan Luis

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SN: Chiefs' defensive investments on verge of paying off

If the Chiefs are going to be significantly better in 2010—and a team coming off a 4-12 record has much room for improvement—their young players on defense must make big-time contributions.

The Chiefs have invested a lot on defense in recent years. They have selected a defensive player with their No. 1 pick in five of the last six drafts, including each of the last three years, when they had a top-five pick overall. Now, it's time for those players to step up and be pillars on defense.

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25 May 2010 by Ryan Luis

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PFT: Derrick Johnson targets a return to the starting lineup

Chiefs linebacker Derrick Johnson, a first-round pick in the 2005 draft, has seen his once-promising career hit a rough spot.  After four years as a consistent starter, Johnson came off the bench in 12 of the 15 games in which he appeared last season.

And now that preparations are in full swing for 2010, he's once again not part of the first team.

But Johnson isn't upset.  "Right now, nobody has a starting job," Johnson said, per Adam Teicher of the Kansas City Star.  "The [coaches are] more focused on [players] learning the defense.  We've got a new coordinator.  So it's not a set team.  That depth-chart stuff, that doesn't come into play until training camp.  It's not a priority for the coaches right now.  When we get to training camp, that's a little different.  That's when we really separate the men from the boys.
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23 May 2010 by Ryan Luis

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LA Times: Football, not flubber: Chiefs show up in shape, buying in to coach Todd Haley's philosophy

Kansas City Chiefs warm up during a football ...

Todd Haley's reality weight-loss show lasted just one season.

A year after focusing on flubber, the Kansas City Chiefs and their fitness-first coach have spent the first week of organized team activities actually working on football-related exercises instead of just exercising.

The Chiefs, it seems, have finally bought into Haley's way of thinking and rallied around their second-year coach.

"There's a different sense in this locker room where we're ready to move forward and ready to worry about football," linebacker Mike Vrabel said Wednesday. "Guys can concentrate on football and try to help us win games."
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19 May 2010 by Ryan Luis

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PFT: Dwayne Bowe lets a rather large cat out of the bag

ESPN The Magazine has a feature called "Postcards from the Edge."  In it, pro athletes provide anecdotes regarding their lives.

In the latest issue, which hits newsstands Friday, Chiefs receiver Dwayne Bowe possibly says too much.

"My rookie year, we were playing in San Diego," Bowe says.  "You hear stories about groupies hanging out in hotel lobbies, but some of my teammates had it set up so there was a girl in every room.  The older guys get on MySpace and Facebook a week before we go to a city; when a pretty one writes back, they arrange to fly her in three or four days in advance. They call it importing."
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19 May 2010 by Ryan Luis

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