Arrowheadlines: Chiefs News 6/11

ATLANTA - AUGUST 13: Jamaal Charles #25 of the Kansas City Chiefs rushes away from Curtis Lofton #50 and Stephen Nicholas #54 of the Atlanta Falcons at Georgia Dome on August 13 2010 in Atlanta Georgia. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

Good morning! We kickoff another work week with a mixed bag of Kansas City Chiefs news. Today's Arrowheadlines begins with an update on Jamaal Charles, but the entire article isn't available online. Luckily, we make up for that with a couple of reations to the Kevin Boss quote on the Chiefs-Raiders rivalry. The comments are golden. Enjoy!

Somewhere underneath the black spandex that covered Charles' legs during the first day of his two-day football camp for children Friday at Memorial is a scar on his left leg from the 2011 surgery to repair the torn anterior cruciate ligament.

After months of rehabilitation, the Port Arthur native said he expects to be cleared to play again...

Chiefs RB Charles Ready To Return From Injury from The Beaumont Enterprise

Don't be a stay-at-home fan when the Chiefs cross the goal line this season.

Instead, celebrate with the Chiefs and rile up Chiefs Nation by joining the Flag Warriors on the field at Arrowhead Stadium.

For home games, the Chiefs are hiring flag runners to hoist the team colors and sprint end zone-to-end zone after every score. You'll get to watch games from field level at Arrowhead Stadium-and get paid for it-as you wave the Chiefs flag when the Chiefs put points on the scoreboard.

Join The Chiefs Flag Warriors! from The Mothership

You really wouldn't expect Boss to say anything else, although his comments do suggest he legitimately didn't like his year in Oakland all that much. Assuming Moeaki is healthy, he and Boss should give the Chiefs offense a dimension it was lacking last season.

Whether they do or not, we're cool with more fanning the flames of the Chiefs-Raiders rivalry. Or any other rivalry, really.

Kevin Boss: I'm On The Right Side Of The Chiefs-Raiders Rivalry from ProFotballTalk

So now the backup tight end in Kanas City wants to run his mouth.

You've been warned, Boss. You know Raider Nation is loyal to a fault but all bets are off when you put on those enemy colors and call out the best fans in football. I'd say we'll see you in the fall but nothing guarantees Boss will be either healthy enough to play or that he'll get on the field for anything other than running downs.

Kevin Boss Has An Ignorant Opinion Of Raider-Chiefs Rivalry from Just Blog Baby

Banks' agent, Bruce Tollner confirmed Sunday that after flying to Kansas City for a workout with the Chiefs, Banks will return to the Pacific Northwest and take part in the Seahawks' minicamp. The minicamp starts Tuesday, but Banks' first day will be Wednesday.

Brian Banks Accepts Pete Carroll's Offer To Try Out For The Seahawks During Minicamp from The Associated Press via The Washington Post

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