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Morning Update (Later Larry Edition)

Larry Johnson and Jared Allen laugh at the idea of the Chiefs letting them go.

Kansas City Chiefs News

  • I keep reading "updates" on the Chiefs' switch from River Falls, WI, to St. Joseph, MO, for their training camp site only to find out there is really no news at all. Life a bit slow in St. Joe perhaps?
  • Arrowhead Addict is hoping for some big news this week regarding the Chiefs' disgruntled veterans.
  • You've probably heard about players from other NFL teams not showing up to the voluntary mini-camps they're holding but you probably won't hear anything out of One Arrowhead Drive: "The media has already been warned they can only be in the media workroom. They cannot sit in the parking lot and count heads as they walk into the building."
  • WPI: "Gonzalez, Waters and Johnson should take a step back and look at the big picture. This community, this team and these fans are among the best in the NFL and looking forward, the winning is really only a step or two away."
  • Courtesy of KFFL, we find out that the Chiefs formally interviewed USC DT Fili Moala at the NFL Combine. We're also tracking the players the Chiefs are interested in.

Draft News

Other News

  • The Brady Rule- forever screwing up Google searches for the Kansas City Chiefs by mentioning Bernard Pollard every time Tom Brady's name comes up.
  • Here is one of the most dull, lazy attempts to debate the NFL possibly extending the season a couple of games. Note to newspaper writers: Please put in more effort than this guy and you'll survive.
  • You wish you could live a life like Lou Saban did.

The big news this week for the Chiefs is that Larry Johnson and the team will meet on Wednesday to discuss recovering some of LJ's salary. It's almost a guarantee that Johnson wont' be back as a Chief next season and this salary grievance hearing is the beginning of that end.

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