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Hays: Cassel OK, not a steal

Who came first, the Chiefs or Lions or Broncos or Bucs … ?

After the news broke Saturday about the trade the Kansas City Chiefs had worked out with the New England Patriots to acquire much-ballyhooed backup quarterback Matt Cassel, you would have thought Bill Belichick had been caught red-handed with a video camera outside the Playboy Mansion.

Screams of Beli-cheat sent tremors all over the Internet, and the deal had many experts, bloggers, Joe-schmoes and message-board morons calling for an NFL inquiry. Well, given the iron-fisted rule of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, I suppose it’s possible that he could request such an investigation, but the trade hardly deserved that kind of seismic reaction.

Let’s face it, Cassel had a solid season filling in for Tom Brady in New England last year, but Belichick could have probably put Ron Powlus at quarterback and gone 11-5 with that system.

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03 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Teicher: Engram leaves without contract offer

The Chiefs also had veteran wide receiver Bobby Engram in for a visit today but he left without a contract offer, according to his agent.

Engram is 36, but had the best season of his 13 in the NFL with Seattle in 2007. He had 94 catches and six TDs.

He caught 47 passes last year.



The visit (Engram in KC) makes sense on two fronts. Back when Engram played in Chicago, he spent one season working with a young assistant coach, Todd Haley, who now is the Chiefs’ head coach. Also, the Seattle Seahawks moved on a receiver Monday when they signed T.J. Houshmandzadeh, leaving much less playing time for Engram, a 13-year NFL veteran.

Engram has produced at his two previous stops - five seasons in Chicago and the last eight in Seattle. Now he could have the chance to do the same in Kansas City.


Williamson's Take:

The NFL Network is reporting that former Seattle receiver Bobby Engram is visiting Kansas City. The Chiefs have been very quiet in free agency despite a truckload of salary-cap room.

Engram would likely vie for the No. 2 or No. 3 receiving job in Kansas City and be eased into new coach Todd Haley's system.


03 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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RedZone: LB Haggans to visit

Per Adam Teicher of the Kansas City Star via the RedZone Blog:

Veteran free agent linebacker Clark Haggans will visit with the Chiefs on Wednesday.

Haggans, 32, spent eight years with the Steelers and last year with Arizona, where he worked with Todd Haley and Clancy Pendergast. He had a career-high nine sacks for the Steelers in 2005.

Haggans missed the last five games of last season and all of Arizona's playoff games because of a foot injury but the Chiefs evidently feel he will be healthy enough to play by the start of training camp.

If he's signed, Haggans could team with the newly acquired Mike Vrabel as the starters at outside linebacker.


Here is a video the Arizona media did on Clark Haggans when he was in training camp with the Cardinals last year:

03 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Former NFL QB Scott Mitchell Gives Advice to Cassel

Former Dolphins, Thunder, Lions, Ravens, Bengals, QB Scott Mitchell has these words of advice for new Kansas City Chiefs QB Matt Cassel...
03 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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YouTube Tuesdays: Priest Holmes

Priest Holmes at his Kansas City Best:

03 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Boston Globe: Cassel Wasn't Blindsided

MATT CASSELGlad to be the starter in KC
Once the Patriots assigned the franchise tag to quarterback Matt Cassel Feb. 5, at least one person realized his time in New England was over.

Cassel himself.

Speaking to Kansas City reporters yesterday for the first time since being traded to the Chiefs over the weekend, Cassel acknowledged that he never expected to return to the Patriots after inking his $14.6 million tender offer.

"I was resolved in the fact that I was going to get traded elsewhere," Cassel said on a conference call. "I didn't know when or at what time, but [when] I got the phone call, I was very excited."

Cassel indicated that he had no involvement in the trade process - such as providing a list of teams he'd be interested in playing for - noting that the Patriots made the decision on their own. He said he's just happy to have a chance to be a clear-cut starter, something he wasn't at Southern Cal or with the Patriots.

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03 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Marshall: Chiefs not talking about deal for Cassel, Vrabel

 AP sports writer John Marshall joins in the collusion accusation hysteria along with Jay Mariotti saying the deal seems like "...tunnel-under-the-floor bank-heist stuff."
Scott Pioli pulled off a big deal in his first major act as Kansas City's general manager, landing quarterback Matt Cassel and linebacker Mike Vrabel for a second-round draft pick.

Not a package of draft picks, not the second-rounder and another player, not even with cash thrown in. A potentially franchise-building quarterback and a starting linebacker for one second-round draft pick. That's it.

The obvious question is, how did he get so much for so little?

Sadly, there's still no answer.

Two days after the trade with New England was announced, the Chiefs were again mum on what seems like a monumentally lopsided deal.

Pioli? Unavailable. Coach Todd Haley? Evasive. Cassel? On speaker phone for his introduction to the Kansas City media. Vrabel? Also not available.

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02 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Williamson: Other Possible FA's for the Chiefs

The Chiefs made a huge splash by acquiring quarterback Matt Cassel and linebacker Mike Vrabel in a trade with New England. Yet, the team has plenty of salary cap room and major needs on defense.

Players like San Diego defensive end Igor Olshansky, Jacksonville linebacker Mike Peterson and Tampa Bay defensive tackle Jovan Haye could be possible players the team goes after.


Analysis: Mike Peterson seems the most unlikely of the three candidates to land with the chiefs.  Having already signed a linebacker over 30 in Vrabel (33), the character issues Peterson flaunted with Head Coach Jack Del Rio this past season would add a headache only Larry Johnson could provide. 

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UPDATE: Former Buccaneers DT Jovan Haye Signs With Tennessee
Flashback: Jags Could Bench, Suspend Captain After Confrontation
02 Mar 2009 by Ryan Luis

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