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Good morning everyone. NJ Chiefs Fan is out of the office today so I'm taking over his duties. Don't worry -- he'll be back soon.

Here's your daily round up of Kansas City Chiefs news.

From The Coaching Ranks #4 … Thursday Cup O’Chiefs - BobGretz.com
A head coaching change will come to a majority of the league’s 32 teams in the next three years. As the NFL is set to begin another season, who are the likely names on the ready lists to become a head coach? We’ve limited our list to those men who are currently assistant coaches in the league, since the majority of current head coaches come from the coaching staff ranks. Guys like Jets offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer (left). Only Tom Coughlin of the Giants, Mike Shanahan of the Redskins and Pete Carroll with the Seahawks did not move from a coordinator or assistant coach position into their current jobs.

Here’s one man’s opinion on the top 10 NFL assistants to keep your eyes on during this ’10 season and more importantly, once the GMs and owners pull out those ready lists.

Kris Jenkins Won’t Miss Thomas Jones | KC Chiefs Blog
There were a lot of defections from the New York Jets this offseason, including new Chiefs running back Thomas Jones, but if you listen to Kris Jenkins they won’t be missed.

"We have great guys who have come in to step up and fill in a void of some of the big losses that we have had this (offseason)," Jenkins said. "In some other cases, we’ve had some real men come in and step in for the women that we lost. So we’re going to be okay. Don’t worry about it."

Chiefs' new training facilities are top rate, will boost Div. II school - KPLR
A top official at Missouri Western State University says the Kansas City Chiefs have put the school's athletic facilities on par with those at Ohio State. Brenda Blessing chairs Missouri Western's health, physical education and recreation department. Her exclamation might be a bit exaggerated. But the new Chiefs training facilities unveiled Wednesday on the St. Joseph campus look first-rate by NFL standards.

Photos: Kansas City Chiefs training facility in St. Joseph - KansasCity.com

Chiefs set for next week’s training camp - KansasCity.com
"Having a climate-controlled building, which was so important for us in making this decision to move, helps us with the weather here in the state of Missouri," Thum said. "In the long run, this is going to be great. There are a lot of good things in River Falls, and there are a lot of great things here." Coach Todd Haley doesn’t intend to use the building for practice except in the event of thunderstorms. His plan is to practice outdoors even in extreme heat, a move that should benefit fans who come from Kansas City or elsewhere. Practices in the indoor building would be closed to fans.

‘The Chiefs are coming to us’ - Maryville, MO - Maryville Daily Forum
Western’s new facility, Partridge said, should help level that recruiting playing field. "I’ll be honest with you, that Arrowhead game doesn’t help us, every year when Northwest and Pitt play," Partridge said. "But now, it’s unbelievable, the Chiefs are coming to us. We’re not going to have to go to Kansas City."

Video: Kansas City Chiefs training facility is complete

Additional Tickets Made Available For Wizards VS ManU At Arrowhead
The Kansas City Wizards and Kansas City Chiefs announced Wednesday that additional upper-level tickets have been released for Sunday’s friendly against Manchester United due to high demand. The tickets will cost $20 and are available immediately through Ticketmaster.com, by calling Ticketmaster at 1-800-745-3000 or at any area Ticketmaster outlet. Special packages are also available through the Kansas City Wizards and can be purchased by calling 1-888-4KC-GOAL. The exhibition match will be the first-ever event at the New Arrowhead Stadium.

Campaigning for Jackson County Legislature has become hard-fought, high-dollared - KansasCity.com
According to the most recent campaign fundraising reports, Arbanas has raised more than $90,000 and has $56,500 on hand. Among his supporters are the Kansas City Chiefs and other former football players.

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EXCESSIVE HEAT WARNING: Another hot day in KC today -- 95° -- Heat Index: 106° to 112°