Arrowheadlines: Kansas City Chiefs News 1/19

Jamie Squire

Good morning! A very light day for Kansas City Chiefs news. Enjoy.

Chiefs Sign Free Agent Tackle Daniel Muir from The Mothership

The Kansas City Chiefs signed free agent defensive tackle Daniel Muir, the team announced Friday.

Muir entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent with the Green Bay Packers in 2007. He's played in 46 games (26 starts) in six seasons with Green Bay (2007), Indianapolis (2008-11) and the New York Jets (2012), recording 111 tackles (88 solo), 0.5 sacks (-5.0 yards) and one pass defensed.

Ranking New Head Coaches' Opportunities To Succeed from Bloguin

Andy Reid (Kansas City Chiefs): Reid takes over a team in desperate need of direction. The Chiefs have more questions than answers, and Andy Reid knows how to make the tough decisions that will move Kansas City in the right direction. The Chiefs will take a few years to rebuild, so fans will have to be patient.

Hayden Kurtz And Andy Reid: NFL Punt, Pass And Kick Participants from The Mothership

Forty young athletes from across the country competed in the national finals in Atlanta, one of which was a young girl from Peculiar, Missouri. Hayden Kurtz, at age seven, represented the Kansas City Chiefs at the PPK competition, inside the Georgia Dome...

...Hayden competed in the girls six and seven-year-old age group, surpassing her competitors by 38.3 feet, with a total for the day of 149.3 feet.

"I did my competition on Saturday and then I got the award on Saturday afternoon," Hayden commented. "It's a football helmet and on the side it says, ‘Punt, Pass and Kick Girls'."

For The NFLPA, Its All-Star Game Is About More Than Just Football from Yahoo! Sports

Last year, the two coaches were Tom Flores and Dick Vermeil, who had last faced off in Super Bowl XV, when Flores' Oakland Raiders beat Vermeil's Philadelphia Eagles, 27-10 on Jan. 25, 1981. This year, Vermeil will go up against Herman Edwards, who he coached in that game, and who later coached the New York Jets and Kansas City Chiefs for a total of eight seasons.

"The NFL Players Association wants this to be more than just a game, they want it to be a NFL educational experience," Vermeil said before the inaugural contest. "This will be these players' first introduction to the National Football League without the pressure of making a team in training camp. By the time they are drafted and go to training camp they will have an understanding of what's expected of them, having worked with NFL coaches and players for a week. There won't be anything like this." Photo Gallery: The Coaching Staff Video: Season Ticket Holder: Signing Bonus

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