Defensive lineman Glenn Dorsey swatted at the ground in obvious frustration at one point of last week's game in San Diego, his calf injured again in his first game back after a four-game absence.
Dorsey may return at some point this year or perhaps this injury has ended his season. Either way, his career with the Chiefs appears to be winding down and certainly not the way they envisioned with they made him the fifth pick in the 2008 draft.
A year ago, when Johnson set a club record with 179 tackles - including 139 solo, according to the coaches' grades - he was voted to his first Pro Bowl, was selected first-team All-Pro, twice received AFC Defensive Player of the Week awards and was chosen by his teammates as the Derrick Thomas Chiefs Player of the Year.
His career is starting to resemble that of former Chiefs Art Still and Deron Cherry, perennial Pro Bowlers for some pitiful teams in the early to mid-1980s.
They're back again, and still singing their football woes.
Members of the Kansas City Chiefs fan contingent known as "Save Our Chiefs" have written another song. They say they plan to write a song a week until something changes with their team.