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Arrowheadlines: Chiefs News 10/15

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Since the site was down this morning, I'm taking over Arrowheadlines duties. Don't be too harsh. It's been a long time since I did a "morning update."

Not a lot of news, which is typical for a Thursday. Here you go:

Kansas City Chiefs - Chiefs Insider Blog: Due Diligence
When Chiefs head coach Todd Haley arrived in February fresh off an NFC Championship run with Arizona, he immediately noticed the difference between a Super Bowl team and a 4-12 team. Fat.

No Belt For Portis | KC Chiefs Blog
Back in 2003, when Clinton Portis was a Bronco he torched the Chiefs for over 200 yards and five touchdowns in a game. Following the game he held up a WWE-style belt to show he was the best running back in the NFL. Will we see the belt return this week?

More after the jump...

Arrowhead Addict | A Kansas City Chiefs Blog
To The Critics of Matt Cassel: Matt Cassel looks really good so far considering the crap he has to deal with. Sure he has a few overthrows, but overall he looks good. He is cool under pressure. He is a competitor. For better or worse, he does not want to give up on a play. He wants to keep fighting. I like his style.

Chiefs notebook: Albert’s playing status uncertain - Kansas City Star
The Chiefs dressed only seven offensive linemen for last week’s game and two of them, starting left tackle Branden Albert included, didn’t practice. Albert has a sore ankle and his playing status is uncertain for Sunday’s game at Washington.

McIntosh makes ready for crash course - Football - The Olympian - Olympia, Washington
Originally from Florida, Seattle Seahawks new offensive tackle Damion McIntosh had been working out regularly in Kansas City, Mo., after the Chiefs cut him unceremoniously just before the season began. Six weeks later, the 6-foot-4, 328-pounder is back on an NFL roster, and thankful for another opportunity to show that he can play.

Chiefs News Chiefs Update | Chiefs Football at
Take DE Alex Magee, the Chiefs third-round draft choice out of Purdue. One day after practice, Magee was asked what he learned that day. Magee pondered the question for a moment with a perplexed look on his face. With brow furrowed, he said: "Learn? I learn something every day. That’s all it’s been day-after-day. I couldn’t give you one thing."

Thanks For Your Support - Video from Dwayne Bowe
What's good YB's? Thanks for all of your comments and emails and support over the past few months. I hope you like the video!

Hali a player opponents notice - Kansas City Star
"The guy we’ve been looking for is 91," Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco said before his team’s regular-season opener against Kansas City. He’s not the only quarterback who noticed Tamba Hali, whose jersey number is 91, while studying film. "Ninety-one," Dallas quarterback Tony Romo said last week, "is a good player."