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Remember Casey Printers?

Seems like he's having trouble in the Canadian League, the one he dominated in 2004.

"I don't know if I've seen a more perfect guy saying and doing all the right things when he got a chance to play and won (in 2004)," said Hamilton GM Bob O'Billovich, who was the Lions' player personnel director five years ago.

"Casey had the respect of his teammates by a wide margin. Then it all started to go south. It seemed like, when he came back from the NFL, his ego was fractured. It may have weighed on him psychologically (being cut by the Kansas City Chiefs). He just couldn't get his groove back."


21 Feb 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Covitz: Haley getting immersed in Chiefs

New Chiefs coach Todd Haley gave third-year quarterback Tyler Thigpen about as generous an endorsement as could be expected.

Haley said the selection of Chan Gailey as offensive coordinator could be interpreted as a good sign for Thigpen, who started the last 10 games in 2008.

“Anytime there is a familiarity or continuity, in some respects, I think it’s always good for the player,” Haley said Friday during a break at the NFL scouting combine.

As for the rest of a team that went 2-14 last season, Haley drew one conclusion after studying the first half of the season.

“I know we have a pretty good punter right now,” Haley said of Dustin Colquitt. “We’ve got some players in specific places that we probably are OK with, but to comment further wouldn’t be fair to everyone involved.”

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21 Feb 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Haley says L. Johnson has 'clean slate' with Chiefs

New Chiefs head coach Todd Haley said he's hopeful the team can resolve differences with disgruntled running back Larry Johnson, who said he wants out of Kansas City.

"All situations there's solutions to," said Haley, who added he has not spoken with Johnson since being hired earlier this month.

Haley said there's a "clean slate for everyone" on the Chiefs, including Johnson, who rushed for 874 yards last season in 12 games.

"Everybody's going to have an opportunity to show who they are and what they want to be," Haley said.

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20 Feb 2009 by Ryan Luis

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The Kansas City Chiefs announced on Thursday that the club has added Maurice Carthon to head coach Todd Haley’s coaching staff. Carthon will serve as assistant head coach.

Carthon owns 15 years of NFL coaching experience and most recently served two seasons as the running backs coach with Arizona (2007-08). Prior to joining the Cardinals, he was the offensive coordinator for Cleveland (2005-06). The Osceola, Arkansas native served as the offensive coordinator/running backs coach for two seasons with Dallas (2003-04). He spent two campaigns with Detroit (2001-02), one each as running backs coach (2001) and offensive coordinator (2002). He served as the running backs coach for four years with the N.Y. Jets (’97-00) and also held the post of assistant head coach in 2000. Carthon began his coaching career with New England (’94-96).

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20 Feb 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Kansas City Chiefs Team Needs

The Kansas City Chiefs head into April in a state of transition and will look to new head coach Todd Haley former offensive coordinator of the Arizona Cardinals to bring to Arrowhead Stadium some sense of normalcy following Herm Edwards’15-33 record over the last three years.

Haley doesn’t have an easy job ahead of him and will have to deal immediately with Tony Gonzalez’s request that he be traded from Kansas City. Hopefully, the off-season free agency campaign puts the team in a better position to win games.

In relation to the NFL Draft, the Chiefs will look for an eventual replacement for Damion McIntosh and Adrian Jones along the offensive line. Middle linebacker also remains a point of contention for K.C., with questions surrounding the extent of talent and depth provided at the position as currently manned by Pat Thomas and Weston Dacus.

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18 Feb 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Crennel to be Consultant for Chiefs?

Per ESPN blogger Williamson:

A source close to Romeo Crennel said Tuesday night the former Cleveland head coach and former New England defensive coordinator is not close to joining the Kansas City staff as a defensive coordinator. It is possible, at some point, the source said, that Crennel could join former New England colleague Scott Pioli as a defensive consultant.
18 Feb 2009 by Ryan Luis

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ESPN: Chiefs retain Gailey, hire Gibbs

The Kansas City Chiefs retained offensive coordinator Chan Gailey and hired former New Orleans defensive coordinator Gary Gibbs on Tuesday as new coach Todd Haley filled out his staff.

Also hired were Bill Muir, who was the offensive coordinator and offensive line coach for Tampa Bay, and Joel Collier, Pat Perles, Steve Hoffman, Clancy Pendergast and Dedric Ward.
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17 Feb 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Offseason Analysis: Kansas City Chiefs

The Chiefs are a nightmare.  They are sort of a wild card with Scott Pioli as their GM.  To say he plays his cards close to his vest is an understatement.  They also brought in a new coach in Todd Haley, who was very successful as offensive coordinator for the Arizona Cardinals.

Tyler Thigpen looked decent at times, but it’s hard to say if he’ll keep his hold on that starting QB position.  He showed great ability with his feet, but that may not fit into Haley’s style.

The big elephant in the room in Kansas City is Larry Johnson.  They’ll likely try to trade him, but his contract will prohibit that.  If he cries loud enough, he’ll likely get cut.  A first-time coach doesn’t need that distraction.  Jamaal Charles will get a crack at the starting tailback position if LJ is cut.  Kolby Smith could also challenge for the spot.  If LJ is cut, they’ll obviously have to address the hole at RB via the draft or free agency.

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16 Feb 2009 by Ryan Luis

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