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Here's your daily slate of Kansas City Chiefs news.
Regarding Denny Thum | Red Zone
Rumors fill the void when there is a vacuum of information and that seems to be the case with the resignation of president Denny Thum. I’m not certain how voluntary his resignation was but after talking with some people familiar with the situation, I’m convinced there’s nothing sinister going on here.
Browns' Harrison itching for another shot at Chiefs - KansasCity.com
Harrison should have a fondness for the Chiefs. They made a hero of the previously unheralded Harrison last year when he rushed for 286 yards and three touchdowns in Cleveland’s win at Arrowhead Stadium. That puts him third on the all-time list of single-game rushers, 10 behind the record holder, Minnesota’s Adrian Peterson. The Chiefs are embarrassed at the memory.
Cleveland Browns Jerome Harrison hoping for more carries against Chiefs | cleveland.com
Meanwhile, the Kansas City Chiefs have had Harrison's number circled since the schedule came out. Harrison scorched the Chiefs in their last home game last year, putting up a phenomenal 286 yards rushing and three touchdowns on 34 attempts. It was the highest rushing total in Browns history and the third-highest all time for an NFL back.
NFL Preview - Kansas City (1-0) at Cleveland (0=1) - KansasCity.com
The Browns lead the all-time series with the Chiefs, 10-9-2, breaking a deadlock in the series with a 41-34 road win in Week 15 of last season. Cleveland also won the previous meeting, a 31-28 overtime affair at home during the 2006 season. The Chiefs are 0-2 against the Browns since last beating Cleveland in 2003, and the Chiefs' most recent win in Cleveland was a 40-39 thriller during the 2002 campaign.
Chiefs vs. Browns: Kansas City Will Prepare For Seneca Wallace, Too - SB Nation Kansas City
There's no update yet on whether it will be Jake Delhomme or Seneca Wallace taking the snaps under center in the Cleveland Browns and Kansas City Chiefs game. Because of that, the Chiefs will be prepared to defend both. Delhomme is more of a pure pocket-passer while Wallace's unique threat includes his athleticism and ability to run.
Arrowhead Report: Thursday, Sept. 16th
Other options for the Chiefs include the promotion of Dion Gales from the practice squad. Gales played in three games and recorded three tackles following a practice squad promotion last December. A corresponding roster move would have to be made should Kansas City choose to go down that route.