- Many good diaries over the weekend. Check them out to the right.
- You probably heard about it over the weekend but former Chief Bill Maas was arrested on multiple charges Friday night. Suddenly, the site No Maas is very relevant.
- Lots of stuff from Arrowhead Addict over the weekend including Madden 2008, Al Davis and another match up in the COAT.
- Jon at MVN wonders why "rebuild" is a four letter word for Chiefs fans. Money line: "And yes, at this point in my life, I think any win that does not contribute to a Super Bowl berth is a garbage win."
Priest Holmes' reluctance to really show any emotion for a city that gave him his big break makes me shy away from even wanting the guy back. He's nearly 34, perennially injured and more of a malcontent than Larry Johnson. Sometimes its more what you don't do that what you do. The whole situation with Holmes has been far too drawn out and personally I'm sick of hearing about Priest Holmes. Granted, I've only heard his name a couple of times in the last few months but for a guy who hasn't played in close to two years, a couple of times is too many.
Back in early February, Carl Peterson told the Austin American-Statesman that the team would make a decision about Priest Holmes within three months. Its been six months and nothing. I'm anxious to put the Holmes story to rest. Carl Peterson, live up to your word. Please do something about this. Since Priest went down in 2005, his name being invoked in any playing situation has been a fantasy and he's been nothing but a distraction when his name randomly pops up in the media. Let's officially confirm what we all know to be true- Priest Holmes will never play another down of NFL football. We need to close this great chapter in Chiefs' history instead of trying to write it all over again.