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MVN: Is Matt Cassell Worth a Sniff From the Chiefs?

To be brief, I don't know if Cassell has the upside to be a great QB when you take away Randy Moss or Wes Welker. But to follow up on that point, don't discredit Cassell just because of his supporting cast.

That's the tug-of-war you should expect to hear over the next few months: the Kansas City media will wag their tongues at the thought of Cassell coming into Kansas City, and the fans will make excuses for why Cassell piggy-backed off the talents of his supporting cast. The truth is, the answer is somewhere in-between.

Cassell is definitely worth a look from Pioli and the Chiefs. The question is not whether the Chiefs should bring him in, the question is whether they rest their future on an established QB who may have limited upside, or an unproven quarterback with unlimited upside. And how comfortable do the Chiefs feel spending a #3 pick on either one. That answer is not as simple as it seems, even if you'll hear plenty of fans convince you otherwise.
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03 Feb 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Chiefs To Talk With Arizona's Todd Haley

The Kansas City Chiefs have been without a head coach for 12 days, but the wait may soon be over.According to the Kansas City Star, the Chiefs have received permission from Arizona to interview Cardinals' offensive coordinator, Todd Haley.
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03 Feb 2009 by Ryan Luis

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BR: Is Tyler Thigpen the Future of the Kansas City Chiefs?


So you may say, well Detroit's taking former Georgia Bulldog Mathew Stafford.
The Rams have Bulger, so they don't need a quarterback, and one would have to believe that Mark Sanchez will be picked by the Kansas City Chiefs.

Now hold on one second! That's not fair to one Tyler Thigpen, who did not do spectacularly, but was the best passer dressed in the red and gold since Trent Green in 2005.

Many use the argument that he couldn't run an NFL offense, and is only suitable for a college style offense in order to be successful.

First of all, what's wrong with that? If it works, it works, right?

Second, he went into training camp as the third quarterback behind tested Damon Huard and superstar hopeful Brodie Croyle. How many snaps do you think good ole' Thiggy got? How many reps was he allowed?

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02 Feb 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Kansas City Interested in Cassel?

The field at Raymond James Stadium has barely cooled from the fourth-quarter scorching it received in Super Bowl XLIII as the Arizona Cardinals fell short to the Pittsburgh Steelers in a see-saw battle Sunday, but we are wasting no time shifting gears into the offseason. And with that comes our first rumor of the offseason, which has New England Patriots quarterback Matt Cassel rejoining former boss Scott Pioli, who is now general manager of the Kansas City Chiefs.

That connection between the two clubs has led to speculation by the Boston Herald that Cassel could eventually wind up as the quarterback Pioli chooses to build around.

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02 Feb 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Todd Haley = the next Mike Tomlin?

Arizona offensive coordinator Todd Haley walked to the Cardinals locker room on the losing side after Sunday's Super Bowl loss, but Haley might end up being the big winner of his team's remarkable run through the postseason.

Haley did everything right. Even the messy things, including the on-field argument two weeks ago with Anquan Boldin, caught the attention of some NFL men as a positive thing. Showed he had fire and passion. Showed he wouldn't be intimidated or run over by players like some other coaches.

But Haley's showing Sunday might be the deciding factor if the Chiefs make him their No. 1 target to replace Herm Edwards and name him Kansas City's 11th head coach. He made outstanding adjustments at halftime, after Pittsburgh shut down Arizona in the first half. Haley's play-calling on the Cardinals' last two series was flawless; he leaned on Kurt Warner and Larry Fitzgerald to carve up Pittsburgh's top-ranked defense, once it moved into its dime formation.

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02 Feb 2009 by Ryan Luis

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PFT: CHIEFS COULD INTERVIEW HALEY THIS WEEK

Earlier today, we posted an item with comments from Todd Haley, saying he had no plans to interview for the Chiefs’ head-coaching vacancy this week.

However a Chicago Sun-Times report says otherwise.

Per Brad Biggs, Haley is the leading candidate for the job and is in fact expected to interview sometime this week.

A source tells Biggs that minority candidates have turned down interviews with the Chiefs because the feeling in league circles is that the job is already Haley’s.

As Aaron Wilson pointed out earlier, it wouldn’t be surprising if Haley has been instructed by Chiefs GM Scott Pioli not to talk about the potential interview.

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02 Feb 2009 by Ryan Luis

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USA Today: Kansas City Chiefs Team Report

The list of candidates piled up quickly after the Chiefs parted ways with Herm Edwards on Jan. 23.

The first name thrown into the ring was former Broncos coach Mike Shanahan, courtesy of a report by ESPN. Other names considered possibilities to replace Edwards include fired Bucs coach Jon Gruden, Vikings defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier, who interview for openings in Detroit and St. Louis, Packers assistant head coach/linebackers Winston Moss, Cardinals offensive coordinator Todd Haley, Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz and Cowboys offensive coordinator Jason Garrett.

Heck, even Bill Parcells' name has surfaced.

Haley has a history with Pioli, as the two were with the Jets from 1997-99. But the Chiefs can't talk to him until after the Super Bowl.

Edwards was left twisting in the wind after the Chiefs hired Scott Pioli as the new general manager on Jan. 13, and Pioli took 10 days evaluating whether to make a change.

In the end, Edwards' 15-33 record over three seasons was too much to overlook, even with a year remaining on his four-year, $12 million contract.

"Since my arrival last week, Herm and I have had several conversations as part of my overall evaluation of the football operation," Pioli said. "After careful consideration, Clark and I felt that it was best to make a change. What I conveyed last week in the press conference I still believe to be true - Herm is a great man and a tremendous football coach. He respects the game and the league, and he is passionate about his players and his craft.

"Over the course of this last week, I have also spent time meeting and visiting with most of the assistant coaches, and I will continue to do so over the next several days. All of the coaches from last year's staff, with the exception of one, are under contract through the 2009 season."

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01 Feb 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Derrick Thomas' dream, and his mother's, come true

 
Derrick Thomas, a star at South Miami High and then at Alabama, made his biggest hits with the Kansas City Chiefs.
Edith Morgan, anonymous in a large room packed with media here Saturday, gripped tightly the arm of the friend who had come with her as they waited hoping for the two words to be spoken. Four years in a row, those two words had not been said. This time she heard them, and tears spilled down her cheeks.

''Derrick Thomas,'' came the fourth of six names announced alphabetically as newest members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and the joyful spiel of noise that followed was a long time coming.

''Oh, we were shouting,'' said Morgan, Thomas' mother. "Didn't you hear us screaming over there?''

The sound surely reached all the way to heaven, if a mother's faith is right.

"He's smiling down on this day,'' she said.

No doubt the sound was just as loud at the family's north Miami-Dade home, near Dolphin Stadium, but the emotions behind it bittersweet.

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01 Feb 2009 by Ryan Luis

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