Let’s just get to the point of this: Alex Mack, center for the Browns, said that Shaun Smith of the Chiefs (a former Brown) grabbed his balls during a play. Gross.
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The Kansas City Chiefs, with their 3-12 record so far this season, are already looking to bring and move players and personnel in order to try and get out of their rebuilding funk. Todd Haley and other assorted people are evaluating players to see if their contribution would help the team next year. “Franchise” wide receiver Dwayne Bowe might be on the cutting block due to his erratic season which involved missing four games for performance-enhancing drugs, and could be a good free agent for some teams in desperate need of someone who can catch.
Derrick Thomas, quite possibly the most dominant linebacker of the 1990s, who could have been even better in the next decade if he had not been in an incredibly unfortunate fatal car accident, will have his #58 jersey retired by the Kansas City Chiefs this week in their game against the Denver Broncos.
Larry Johnson has been a pain in the ass to the Kansas City Chiefs organization and its fans in recent years with his arrests, poor work ethic, and overall dickishness. The organization might suspend him for a game or two for recently freaking out on Twitter at coach Todd Haley, but the fans want him to not be able to play for the Chiefs altogether so that he can’t break the rushing record of Priest Holmes. Here’s an excerpt of the petition, which can be seen (and signed) here:
No one really gave Chad Henne a chance besides the time he played last week, but the Dolphins aren’t looking to cash in the rest of the season. These are the defending AFC East champions, and they’re still a competent team without Checkdown Chad Pennington. Tyler Thigpen has more experience than Henne and can manage the game better, but Miami might need him to do more.
Not to say that he isn’t capable of doing more, though. Last year, when he took over for the Chiefs, Thigpen was pretty decent when he got into the swing of things. I’d say that if Kansas City had a better defense last year, they could’ve gone 6-10 or 7-9. Now we can get back to yelling about Pat White-Wildcat-Landshark Stadium or whatever.
We all knew Matt Cassel would reach a deal with the Chiefs. This is a bit much, though.
Cassel was signed today for a 6-year, $63 million deal. The questionable amount of $28 million is guaranteed.
Good for Cassel, but isn’t this a huge investment by the Chiefs for someone who still isn’t fully proven? Cassel went 11-5 last year after Tom Brady was hurt, but it should be noted that a lot of the non-division games came from the AFC and NFC West, two divisions which were incredibly weak last year.