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KANSAS CITY MO - DECEMBER 05: Jamaal Charles #25 of the Kansas City Chiefs celebrates by jumping into the crowd after scoring a touchdown that was eventually called back during the game against the Denver Broncos on December 5 2010 at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City Missouri. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

Good morning! Here is today's Kansas City Chiefs news. Happy Friday!

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It's widely known that Rodney Hudson is viewed as the heir-apparent at center to Casey Wiegmann, but those plans were even more obvious inside the Chiefs locker room.

Hudson's locker was strategically placed next to Wiegmann's and the rookie often sat on his locker stool to pick the veteran's football mind following practices. Wiegmann made it a point to pass on as much knowledge as he could to the promising rookie.

Offseason Roster Review: Offensive Line from The Mothership

Port Arthur native and NFL running back Jamaal Charles has been named parade marshal for the 20thAnnual Mardi Gras of Southeast Texas, which runs from Feb. 16 to 19.

Charles, who was named the Kansas City Chief's 2009 MVP, was inducted into the Sports Legends Gallery at the Museum of the Gulf Coast in 2010. He graduated from Memorial High School in 2005 after a stellar gridiron career that included two-time All-State and District 22-5A Player of the Year honors.

Jamaal Charles To Lead Mardi Gras Of SETX from The Beaumont Enterprise

Richardson would be a luxury pick in Kansas City. However, a backfield featuring Richardson and Charles would be one of the most dangerous running-back tandems in the NFL. It would also take immense pressure of quarterback Matt Cassel and an underrated passing game in Kansas City.

Does Trent Richardson Fit With The Chiefs? from ESPN

Retired and continuing to run a charitable foundation that awards college scholarships, Holmes set the Chiefs' franchise records for rushing attempts (1,275), rushing yards (5,933), rushing touchdowns (76) and total touchdowns (83).

Now, Holmes is imparting his knowledge of the game as an assistant coach at the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl this week in Los Angeles.

Scout caught up with the San Antonio native for the following interview:

Priest Holmes Q&A from Bronco Report

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Bowe led the NFL with 10 receiving broken tackles in 86 opportunities (11.6%). Nearly 10% of Bowe's plays featured a broken tackle (7/81), including this ping-pong touchdown catch Week 4 vs. Minnesota.

2011 NFL Leaders: Receiving Broken Tackles

1. Dwayne Bowe, KC (10)

2t. Calvin Johnson, DET (9)

2t. Mike Tolbert, SD (9)

4t. Rob Gronkowski, NE (8)

4t. Aaron Hernandez, NE (8)

Offseason Roster Review: Wide Receivers from The Mothership

He suggests that if Steelers offensive coordinator Bruce Arians does not return for the 2012 season, the decision might not be Arians or Mike Tomlin's but Art Rooney's...

...One of note, is Todd Haley, an Upper St. Clair native, who most recently was the coach of the Kansas City Chiefs.

If Arians Is Out, Who's Next? from The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Brady said that Pollard's presence on Sunday won't make him think of the season-ending injury...

...As for the other side, Waters said he knows Pollard very well, and that the Ravens safety will never regret ending Brady's season.

"He's definitely a high energy personality," said Waters. "He definitely brings a lot of energy to the football team. I've been around Bernard when he was a rookie and he was the same guy he was then. He's a very physical football player, he loves to hit. He has a very aggressive personality. I expect him to be at an all-time high come Sunday."

Waters: Pollard Has No Regret About Hit On Brady from

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