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All the talk on Arrowhead Pride over the weekend while you were, uh, not working, is after the jump.

NFL Playoff Pictures: Colts to Meet Saints in Super Bowl
The Vikings/Saints game has just ended and it was just an awesome game. A Brett Favre INT with seconds left in the game sent it into over time. The Saints won the toss and won the game on a 40-yard field goal. In the earlier game, the Colts dominated the second half of their game against the Jets to win 30-17. There's lots of good NFL playoff coverage over at SBN.com so make sure you check it out. Also, click the picture above to browse the game galleries.

Chiefs G Brian Waters a Finalist for Walter Payton Man of the Year

"Four time Pro Bowl guard Brian Waters of the Chiefs has positively impacted the lives of thousands of children in Texas and the greater Kansas City area through his foundation's comprehensive back-to-school programs and college scholarships," Brown said.

Casserly Calls This Draft Best in 27 Years, Expects More Trades 

"First of all," he said moments ago, "I think this is the best first round that I have seen since Dan Marino's draft year of 1983. And the reason is this: There are more first round juniors in this draft than I have ever seen." He calls Sam Bradford, and not Jimmy Clausen, the best quarterback in the draft. "Next," he continued, "I think you'll see more trades this year and here's why. The draft is broken up into three days this year. The first round is on Thursday night, Friday night is rounds two and three, and on Saturday rounds four through seven. "With all that extra time in between the rounds, that will lead to more trades."

Former Chiefs QB Coach Working With Sam Bradford 

Remember Terry Shea? He was the Kansas City Chiefs quarterbacks coach from 2001-03 and then again in 2005 until Herm Edwards relieved him of his duties in January of 2007. He was there for the rise of the Chiefs offense under Dick Vermeil, as well as the rise of Trent Green. Shea was last seen working with Matthew Stafford and Josh Freeman before last April's draft. Both of those guys were first round picks. Starting on Monday, Shea will work with Sam Bradford to prepare him for April's draft, ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports.

VIDEO: We are the Chiefs 

This video is filled with just a ton of great Kansas City Chiefs clips and footage. Well done.

Chiefs' Crennel Speaks Highly of UCF's DT Torell Troup 

Kansas City Chiefs defensive tackle Ron Edwards will be 31 years old when the 2010 season starts next September. Every year, he's not supposed to be the starter and somehow he's been there since 2006, surviving not only the regime change but the scheme change as well. The song remains the same with folks proclaiming the Chiefs need to select a defensive tackle in April's draft. One player, Torell Troup of UCF, stands 6'3" and weighs 310 pounds, and has caught the eye of Romeo Crennel the last week in the East-West Shrine practices.

Whitlock Weighs in on Tony Richardson 

Finally. Something everyone can agree on with Jason Whitlock of the Kansas City Star. Tony Richardson is a hell of a player and a great human being. Whitlock spoke with T-Rich yesterday morning and reminded us all of the long odds he had from the start.

Report: Tom Cable Will Be Back With The Raiders in 2010 

Our friends (friends?) to the west have decided that consistency may not be such a bad thing. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Tom Cable will return as the Oakland Raiders head coach in 2010.

Chiefs Present Beats Chiefs Past in 13-10 Thriller

The Chiefs current defensive coordinator, Romeo Crennel, got his first win in red. Mr. Crennel was sporting a red shirt coaching the East squad to a 13-10 victory in the East-West Shrine Game. Mike Kafka threw a two yard touchdown pass to Andrew Quarless with just six seconds remaining for the go ahead score. Romeo received a Gatorade bath after the game and, as Patrick Allen said, did a little shimmy to go along with it.

Crennel Calls Coaching in East-West Game "Invaluable" for Chiefs 

"Well, you get a chance to look at some of the guys on defense and work with them closely to see what kind of focus they have, what kind of ability they have, how they work on the practice field as well as how they work in the classrooms. "So, it will be invaluable for us."

Report: Former Chiefs Assistant Coach Follows Gailey to the Bills

Does the name Curtis Modkins ring a bell? It should. The one-time Kansas City Chiefs running backs coach is on his way to the Buffalo Bills to become Chan Gailey's offensive coordinator, Mike Jurecki of XTRA Sports 910 in Phoenix reports (via Buffalo Rumblings).

Chiefs Coach Crennel Talks About Miami RB Javarris James - Arrowhead Pride

Chiefs defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel, also the coach of the East team in the East-West Shrine game today, recently said he's excited about Miami running back Javarris James (6'1", 215 pounds). Crennel said he's "shown flashes" throughout practice this week. James, the cousin to Edgerrin James, said his cousin told him "to go out there and do my thing and that’s all I can do to help myself."

Chiefs' Crennel, Schottenheimer Coaching Future NFL Players Today

Roundup of all the East-West Shrine talk.

Remembering Derrick Thomas' Crash 10 Years Later

Randy Covitz of the Kansas City Star talks about what he went through when he heard about the accident while covering the Rams and Bucs game in St. Louis. "So, I intercepted Dungy as he came off the podium and informed him and Herm Edwards, who was Tampa Bay's assistant head coach and also a former Chiefs assistant, about the accident. "I'll never forget how Dungy and Edwards set aside the bitterness of the loss to St. Louis and realized it meant little compared to Thomas' tragic accident."

St. Joe Training Camp Facility Looking 'Better Than Arrowhead'

Chiefs strength and conditioning coach Cedric Smith, head athletic trainer David Price, equipment manager Mike Davidson, as well as others, were impressed with the facility this week, according to Sam Robinson of the St. Joe News. "They said, ‘My gosh, this is better than Arrowhead (Stadium)," Williams said on Friday. "I said, ‘Well you helped design it with the intention of not making the same mistakes as Arrowhead.'"

Chiefs DE Bobby Greenwood Helping Haiti Victims 

"I spent last fall with the taxi squad, learning the system. I've put on some weight, about 10 or 15 pounds since college, and I'm really looking forward to the new season. We will report at end of March. I really love my coaches with the Chiefs, and I look forward to gaining playing time this fall. They have experienced with me playing some offensive line, so you never know where I'll end up."

Mayock: Tebow's a Third Rounder; Suh and McCoy Clearly the Top Two Players - Arrowhead Pride

Mayock on Tim Tebow: "Most people think that he’s risking the most of any player coming to play in this game," Mayock said. "I think it’s a brilliant move. Here’s a guy who’s arguably the best player to ever play college football, yet most NFL scouts will probably put him in the third round."

Chiefs' Crennel Talks About Haley, Weis Working Together 

"They're both intense guys at times but they're pros as far as football goes," he said. "You can agree to disagree. I think that will be the case with those two guys - to agree to disagree - but once they walk out of the room, they'll be on the same page. "This is something I learned a long time ago and I think it still applies today - the head coach might not always be right but he's still the head coach."

Chiefs GM Pioli Talks Weis, Crennel, Others on Coaching Staff 

Kansas City Chiefs GM Scott Pioli appeared on Sirius 123 today talking about the newly assembled coaching staff in Arrowhead.  Pioli pointed out that while the Charlie Weis and Romeo Crennel hirings are getting all the national attention, the other pieces on staff are crucial to their success as well.