Arrowheadlines: Chiefs News 6/10

OAKLAND, CA - OCTOBER 23: The Oakland Raiders line up to defend against center Casey Wiegmann #62 of the Kansas City Chiefs in the third quarter on October 23, 2011 at Coliseum in Oakland, California. The Chiefs won 28-0. (Photo by Brian Bahr/Getty Images)

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

It's only June, but it's never too early to fan the flames of discord between the Oakland Raiders and Kansas City Chiefs.

These teams have been waging war for decades, dating back to their bitter dispute in the old days of the AFL...

...For a man who doesn't claim to understand the nature of this rivalry, Boss exhibits a preternatural knack for irritating the citizens of Oakland. This is promising.

Boss: 'I'm On The Better Side' Of Chiefs-Raiders Rivalry from

Lordy, you could hear the snickers from Topeka all the way to Laguna Beach. New Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Brian Daboll called Matt Cassel a "winner" the other day. Then he did it two more times, presumably for emphasis.


Regardless, half the city responded by rolling its eyes. The other half groaned.

Cassel A 'Winner,' But Will He Win? from FS Kansas City Video: OTAs - Assistant Coaches Talk Offsesaon Mindset Video: From The Field: Tom McMahon

Brian Banks, who last month was exonerated of a rape conviction that put him in prison for five years, will try out for the Kansas City Chiefs next week, the U-T San Diego reported Saturday.

Banks, a linebacker, worked out for the San Diego Chargers on Friday but left town without a contract, according to the newspaper.

Report: Brian Banks Off To KC from ESPN

Lincoln from Kemmerer, Wyo., wants to know if the Kansas City Chiefs would be moved from the AFC West if a team other than the Raiders or the Chargers move to Los Angeles.

Bill Williamson: It's an interesting question. Something would have to happen...

...If the Bills or the Jaguars end up out West, eventually something would have to be done and because the Chiefs are the furthest East team in the division, an eventual move from the AFC West could be a possibility. Again, it's down the road. If that happens, it would be a shame. The Chiefs forever belong in this division.

Mailbag: Could K.C. Leave The Division? from ESPN

Not every Bradley fan who came to Las Vegas attended the fight. Jeff Webb, the former La Quinta High School and Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver, watched it on closed-circuit television at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino.

Webb now owns his own training business, 101 Athletics. Three months ago, he started to train the fighter's stepson Robert, and has since become friends with Bradley.

Timothy Bradley Cheered On By Friends, Classmates In Las Vegas from The Desert Sun

In a rare candid interview with a primary member of the Kansas City Chiefs, cornerback Brandon Flowers shed light on several aspects of not only his own career but the up and down season of 2011 for the team. When speaking with Yahoo! Sports Derek Ciapala, Flowers talks about the immediate success of Romeo Crennel as an interim coach and the downfall of his predecessor Todd Haley. In particular, beyond the injuries, Flowers takes note of chemistry issues under Haley that were solved with the move to Crennel.

Brandon Flowers References Chemistry, Injuries As Primary Reason For Todd Haley's Dismissal from SBN KC

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