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Arrowheadlines: Chiefs News 6/26

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Good morning everyone. I'm filling in for NJ Chiefs Fan today (which is why this is so late). Chris and I have a wedding to attend today so we'll be in and out.

Reminder: USA vs. Ghana in the World Cup this afternoon.

World Cup 2010 Day 16 Schedule, Previews, Predictions: United States-Ghana Headlines Round Of 16's Start - SBNation.com
The United States looks to make the quarterfinals for the second time in three World Cup when they face Ghana at 2:30 p.m. Eastern. But in the day's first match, Uruguay and South Korea will determine South Africa 2010's first quarterfinalist.

Former Chiefs WR Joe Horn Retiring As A Saint - Barbecue Sauce - SB Nation Kansas City
So he leaves the Chiefs and signs with the Saints where explodes. Four of the next five years he had at least 1,265 yards receiving per season including at least ten touchdowns twice. Horn is retiring and, after spending seven years in New Orleans, has signed an honorary contract with the club to retire a Saint.

Who Will Be The Chiefs 2010 MVP? | Arrowhead Addict | A Kansas City Chiefs blog
Who will it be this year? There are plenty of candidates. There are veteran additions Thomas Jones, Ryan Lilja, Chris Chambers and Casey Weigmann. There are hungry rookies like Eric Berry, Dexter McCluster, Javier Arenas and Jon Asamoah. Then you the players with something to prove. Guys like Derrick Johnson, Brandon Flowers, Tamba Hali, Dwayne Bowe, Glenn Dorsey, Matt Cassel and Tyson Jackson. Throw in a couple of young guys who showed major potential in 09′ in Andy Studebaker and Jovan Belcher and you have a very good chance that one or more of these guys is going to step up and prove they are one of the team’s most valuable players.

Matt Cassel of the Kansas City Chiefs has more weapons to make his job easier, but will he produce? - ESPN
The offensive line was a sieve in 2009, but I expect improvement. That talent up front, the talent at skill positions and the coaching all should be improved, which should play off one another and allow Cassel the ability to do his job better. Plus, the Chiefs' schedule is favorable. Cassel's salary is set to escalate bigtime in 2011, so it's put-up-or-shut-up time for the Chiefs' quarterback. (H/T stagdsp)