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Arrowheadlines: Chiefs News 3/9

Good morning Chiefs fans. We've got a couple of player visits today, in addition to this morning's dose of Chiefs news. Enjoy.

7 years after he got away, Boldin becomes a Raven -
Todd Haley, the Kansas City Chiefs' coach who was Boldin's offensive coordinator with the Cardinals, once said Boldin's toughness is "off the charts." "I truly don't believe there'd be another player playing," Haley said. "A couple might have come back but not played at the level he has played at that position. He caught two to three balls in games that were the exact same situation that he broke his face. He's fearless. He catches it clean, no double catch. He is a true man."

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But you don’t like the fact that the best players in the 2010 crop of UFAs have changed area codes and none have added the 816. You want sparkle, you want names like Peppers, Rolle and Dansby signing deals and walking away with a truck load of Hunt Family money.

Chiefs hold on to wide receiver Chris Chambers -
Chris Chambers was hopeful that after nine seasons in the NFL, he had finally found a home in Kansas City. Even after becoming an unrestricted free agent Friday, Chambers instructed his agent to try to get a deal done with the Chiefs. The veteran wide receiver got his wish Monday when he signed a three-year contract.

Beebe, Grandy named Athletes of the Week
Lawrence then introduced Don Willis, the girls track coach. Lawrence listed Willis’ credentials. "He was a 1991 graduate of Cabrillo," Lawrence said. "He was a thrower and a football player. "Went on to a distinguished career at the University of Washington and played eight years in the NFL — the last five with the Kansas City Chiefs."

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