clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Arrowheadlines: Chiefs News 3/28

Good Sunday morning to you, Chiefs fans. I hope Sunday morning is treating you well. Here is are some Chiefs news links to get you going today. We'll have more info on a couple of workouts the Kansas City Chiefs have had with college players here in a bit.


Privacy evaporates for athletes, particularly the superstars
"It's something that's new to me, people taking camera-phone pictures of me and my wife in the security line at the airport, taking off our belt and shoes," said second-year Kansas City Chiefs coach Todd Haley, an Upper St. Clair High graduate. "You've always got to be on your best behavior."

Inman: Let's hope Raiders can pry Donovan McNabb loose - Inside Bay Area
Another fun workweek down the hatch for Raider Nation. What did it all mean? Well, since you asked:

Monday: Al Davis didn't show up for his overdue induction into the Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame. He was tending to his franchise, focusing on the NFL owners meetings and perhaps watching film of Donovan McNabb's greatest playoff defeats.

Krieger: Marshall can move if the price is right - The Denver Post
Before proceeding to the weekly Brandon Marshall market update, let's try to clear up this mysterious $9.5 million-a-year contract offer from the Broncos that suddenly became part of the conversation eight months after it allegedly occurred. Marshall's representatives told me last week that he is continuing to work out this offseason and is hopeful that wherever he lands will be the right place.

Chargers bring in free agent Vasher -
The Chargers made another free-agent move yesterday, and it involved another cornerback. While Antoine Cason remains the likely replacement for the departed Antonio Cromartie, the Chargers are close to signing former Pro Bowler Nathan Vasher, sources said yesterday.


Kent Babb:
Don't mean to give you nightmares or anything, but I'm at a wedding and don't know the Electric Slide. So I did the Ray Lewis dance. Awesome

D W (fightline)
Met former NFL RB Woody Green who played for the KC Chiefs from '74-77. A really nice guy and a true entreprenuer here in the pdx area!

NEW: Join Arrowhead Pride Premier

If you love Arrowhead Pride, you won’t want to miss Pete Sweeney in your inbox each week as he delivers deep analysis and insights on the Chiefs' path to the Super Bowl.