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Good morning Chiefs fans and welcome to Thursday. As far as your Kansas City Chiefs news goes, this might be the first day of the offseason. There is not much out there beyond the mentions of the 30-7 thumping when discussing the Steelers-Ravens game. The good news is I can probably start sleeping in a bit longer. Enjoy.

The Chiefs have six significant unsigned players on defense, including both of their top pass rushers, outside linebacker Tamba Hali and end Wallace Gilberry. Hali led the AFC with a career-high 14 1/2 sacks last season and added another two in the playoff loss to Baltimore.

Gilberry added seven sacks in the regular season. No other Chiefs player had more than three. Their combined total of 21 1/2 was more than half of the team’s 38.

Chiefs have some tough personnel decisions to make from KC Star

Now that the Chiefs season is over, one of their young stars is going home.

Chiefs wide receiver Dexter McCluster packed up his belongings on Wednesday morning at his country club plaza apartment. He's heading home to Largo, Florida for the offseason.

NBC Action Sports caught up with McCluster, who said he's looking forward to going to warmer weather.

Chiefs star Dexter McCluster heads home to Largo for offseason from ABCActionNews.com

KC Star Photo Gallery: Biggest Chiefs Fan contest entries

NFL.com Video: Playbook: Ravens vs. Chiefs recap

NFL.com Video: Official Review: Tuck-rule controversy

Ravens running back Willis McGahee said his tomahawk chop after scoring on a 25-yard touchdown run in Sunday's 30-7 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Wildcard playoff game was a jab at the Chiefs fans at Arrowhead Stadium.

One of his teammates thinks there's another reason.

Boldin chimes in on McGahee's tomahawk chop from The Baltimore Sun

Are you ready for some football? I hope so, because it's all that matters for sports fans once January rolls around. And what a January it's already been! Three of the four NFL Wild Card games were epic battles with but one lone snoozer - and let's face it, who really gives a damn about the Kansas City Chiefs (or KC anything, for that matter).

Playoffs, Lyrics Born and the Squash Blossom Boys from The Durango Telegraph

Mike from Overland Park, Kan., wants to know if Kansas City 2009 first-round pick Tyson Jackson can officially be labeled as a bust. 

Bill Williamson: I think Oakland running back Darren McFadden and Kansas City defensive lineman Glenn Dorsey both showed this season that it sometimes takes time for players to develop.

AFC West mailbag from ESPN

Sun-Times Media editor David Sweet will sign copies of his book "Lamar Hunt: The Gentle Giant Who Revolutionized Professional Sports" on Thursday, Jan. 27 beginning at 6 p.m. at Cafe Pyrenees, 1762 N. Milwaukee Ave. in Libertyville [IL]. Hunt, the founder of the Kansas City Chiefs, also launched the American Football League, helped start Major League Soccer, ran a pro tennis circuit featuring Bjorn Borg and John McEnroe among others, and was one of the original investors in the Chicago Bulls.

Lake County Calendar from The Vernon Hills Review