Good morning Chiefs fans! Not a lot of Kansas City Chiefs news today, but there are a couple of updates on former players and some details of Cory Greenwood's new contract. Enjoy!
In a 2011 NFL season that promises so much instability thanks to the labor situation, the Chiefs are the picture of stability.
Haley thinks it should make a major difference once the attention of the league turns back to football.
"Our personnel department is so much more stable now, and our coaching staff," Haley said. "We've got guys that have been in place for three years and everybody knows each other so much better. Not a lot different than us knowing the players and the players knowing us; it's on that level. They now what we are looking for, they know how we go about the business.
"I would say we are a much more efficient group thanks to the experience together."
Fruits of Stability... Weekend Cup O'Chiefs from Bob Gretz
Ross overcame the humble beginnings and rough start to become one of the best cornerbacks in Chiefs history. He wound up playing in Kansas City through 1993 and returned to finish his career with the Chiefs in 1997 after three seasons away with Atlanta and San Diego.
His playing career received its final validation Thursday, when the Chiefs announced him as this year's entrant to the team's Hall of Fame.
Cornerback Ross Picked for Chiefs Hall of Fame from KC Star
Kingston-born linebacker Cory Greenwood has signed a new one-year contract with the National Football League's Kansas City Chiefs.
The deal, completed Wednesday night, will pay Greenwood just over US $400,000 if he sticks with the team for a second year in a row, Greenwood's agent Johnathon Hardaway said.
Kingston Native Re-Signs with Chiefs from the Kingston Whig-Standard
Faith and football connect Saturday at the Great Falls Central Catholic High School Celebration 2011.
The guest speaker for the evening is former NFL wide receiver Chris Horn.
The annual fundraiser for the school will begin Saturday at 5 p.m. in the Wiegand Center and will feature live and silent auctions and a prime rib dinner.
Former NFL Receiver Horn Recounting His Journey at Great Falls Central Fundraiser from The Great Falls Tribune
The Steelers benefited from their 2010 class because of the stunning emergence of Pouncey, production from Sanders and sixth-round pick Antonio Brown and the play of linebackers Jason Worilds (No. 2) and Stevenson Sylvester (No. 5) on special teams.
But other teams used a lot of rookies to get into the postseason as well. The New England Patriots had the best record in the AFC with the help of four rookies -- cornerback Devin McCourty, linebacker Brandon Spikes and tight ends Rob Gronkowski (Woodland Hills High School) and Aaron Hernandez. The surprising Kansas City Chiefs won the AFC West because of rookie safeties Eric Berry and Kendrick Lewis and running back Dexter McCluster.
NFL: If there is a lockout, rookies will suffer from The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
The New England Patriots have tendered contracts to restricted free agent running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis and safety Jarrad Page.
The Patriots also extended an exclusive rights tender to Kyle Arrington on Thursday.
Patriots Tender 3, Including Leading Rusher from The Boston Globe