Arrowheadlines: Kansas City Chiefs news 7/21

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Today's Kansas City Chiefs news from across the internet!

Despite what Jerry Jones says, coach Jason Garrett better get the Dallas Cowboys to the playoffs - ESPN Dallas
You can believe Jerry Jones if you want when he says Jason Garrett doesn't have to make the playoffs to keep his job with the Dallas Cowboys. Or you can look at the facts, and operate in the realm of reality. Only the Oakland Raiders and Kansas City Chiefs have hired more head coaches than the Cowboys owner and general manager since 1997.

Los Osos native Long set to open camp Sunday with Cowboys | | San Luis Obispo, Santa Maria, Santa Barbara, Paso Robles
Los Osos native Jerome Long suit up for the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday in Oxnard as America's Team opens training camp. The Cowboys signed the free agent defensive tackle last month. The 6-4, 297 pound Long was drafted in the seventh round of the 2012 NFL Draft by the Kansas City Chiefs. He spent most of his rookie season on the Chiefs' practice squad, before he spent the last week of the regular season on the active roster of the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Video: Alex Smith talks to NFL Network

Washington brings football camp to West High School -
Washington led the Chasing A Dream football camp at Wichita West High School on Saturday. Around 50 young athletes from ages 6-14 were present. His focus was to attract the kids and young athletes from the area and provide them with the basic skills they need to become successful in the sport. The camp featured reknowned athletes as coaches including former Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Gary Stills and Elbert Mack, a current NFL free agent, former Tampa Bay Buccaneer defensive back and Wichita North graduate. Mack said it is important for them to come home and put on these camps because they can relate to the athletes.

Holtz ready for Lions camp | The Star Press |
Holtz said he has worked out often with Green Bay Packers offensive lineman T.J. Lang and Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Frank Zambo, both former Mid-American Conference players. He’s had the chance to pick their brains about the NFL process and learn what to expect.

Mount Hope’s Warwick recalls legendary career " Today's Sports Front " The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia
Warwick was part of a Vikings team in 1970 that played in Super Bowl IV, a 23-7 losing effort to the Kansas City Chiefs, but a memory that Warwick carries with him everywhere he goes. "Those guys like Dick Butkus and Gale Sayers, a lot of those guys never played in the Super Bowl," Warwick said. "A guy coming from Mount Hope, West Virginia, and getting him a college degree and playing in the Super Bowl was a great experience."

For Bears, it's all about a playoff spot -
How can it be worse than it has been the previous three years, when the Bears allowed 149 sacks, more than anyone in the NFL except the Kansas City Chiefs? Cutler has been dropped 148 times in 56 games over four years as a Bear, and only the Green Bay Packers' Aaron Rodgers (168) and the Pittsburgh Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger (152) have been sacked more in the same period.

Giants' Will Hill suspended again for four games - Sports Glory
New York Giants safety Will Hill has been suspended without pay for the first four games of the 2013 seson for violating the NFL’s Policy and Program for Substances of Abuse. Hill will be eligible to return to the Giants’ active roster on Monday, September 30 following the team’s September 29 game against the Kansas City Chiefs.

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