KANSAS CITY MO - SEPTEMBER 26: Dexter McCluster #22 of the Kansas City Chiefs runs downfield with a 31-yard touchdown reception against the San Francisco 49ers at Arrowhead Stadium on September 26 2010 in Kansas City Missouri. The Chiefs won 31-10. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)
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For the second time in his still-young NFL career, Dexter McCluster is a wide receiver. But stay tuned to his situation, because soon he could be a running back, also for the second time.
That's a lot of movement for a player who joined the Chiefs only two years ago. But it suggests the rather obvious: The Chiefs are struggling to find some value from McCluster, the first of their two second-round picks in 2010.
Chiefs Want Bigger Things From McCluster from KC Star
It is true that Rivers hurt his team on numerous occasions as he threw a career high 20 interceptions but seeing how his previous season high for interceptions was 15 in 2007 it would not be a major stretch for him to improve in that category this upcoming season.
Another factor with Rivers that possibly gives San Diego an edge over the Chiefs and Broncos at the quarterback position is his ability to play in every game. Say what you want about Rivers and his attitude but it cannot be argued about his toughness as he has started every regular season game for six straight years.
The Colts could have had Orton in those games for just the $1.588 million that remained on Orton's base salary over the final six weeks of the season. But the Colts did not put a claim in for Orton (and at 0-10, they would have had priority over the Kansas City Chiefs, Dallas Cowboys and Chicago Bears, three teams that did put in claims), sticking with the quarterbacks they had for the final six weeks of the season, winning two games and securing the No. 1-overall pick that would eventually be used on Luck.
Kyle Orton Could Have Been A Colt, Bill Polian Says from NFL.com
The Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup is coming to Philadelphia for the first time...
...The tournament is named for Lamar Hunt, who is one of the biggest reasons the united States has high-quality soccer. Hunt passed in 2006 and is known by many as the founder of the American Football League and Kansas City Chiefs of the NFL.
Blake in Atlanta can't understand why the Chiefs aren't getting the love nationwide. The reason is most people don't think they have 11- or 12-win talent. They will have to get to that level to convince people.
Is The End Near For Brian Urlacher? from ESPN