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Arrowheadlines: Chiefs News 6/4

You think Dexter McCluster can play receiver?
You think Dexter McCluster can play receiver?

Your usual Chiefs news delivery man is on vacation which means....your news is two hours late. That's my bad. I even had an email from my Dad at 7:00 AM asking what was going on with Arrowheadlines. Come back NJ!

There's not much out there today but here's what I got, including a quick note about John Wooden.

Prayers For Coach Wooden - Bruins Nation
Our thoughts and prayers for Coach John Wooden.

Kansas City Star video: Chiefs Coach Haley High on Branden Albert

Halftime for on-field work -- BobGretz.com
Six of the nine OTA sessions have been open to the media. That’s 90 minutes each or about nine hours of football that we’ve seen. Plus, it’s not really football, since there are no pads, no tackling, no blocking and no line play. From what we’ve seen here are some evaluations at the halfway point:

HEAD COACH TODD HALEY - OTA #9 Q&A HIGHLIGHTS - JUNE 3, 2010
"Another good one today, I felt. We got another tremendous lift in this morning. Again, it’s just three days of work this week so it’s very important that we’re getting everything out of it that we can, both physically and mentally for the entire group because time’s going fast right now and before too long these guys are going to be heading home and we’re trying to use the time as efficiently as possible to get as much done and this week I felt like we had a really good work week overall. I feel like the guys got better."

Insider Blog: Warner Brings Chiefs Message
Like our own Trent Green, Warner also has post-football broadcasting aspirations as he made his television commentary debut in the booth with the Iowa Barnstormers (yes, his old Arena League team) on May 21st. He’s also getting good reviews from his short address to the Chiefs following Wednesday’s OTA.