Good morning, and Happy Mother's Day! There isn't a lot of Kansas City Chiefs news out there this morning, but here's what we could find. Enjoy your day.
Perhaps emboldened by his success with Fitzgerald and Bowe, Haley has joked publicly about any potential clash with Baldwin, saying they’ll get along well once the rookie realizes he can’t act like a diva.
Getting to that point can be and has been painful for some. Haley has had much-publicized sideline squabbles over the years with receivers Terrell Owens in Dallas and Anquan Boldin in Arizona. Haley had to bench Bowe during their first training camp together in order to get his point across.
Haley will probably use the same strategy with Baldwin as he has used with the others: draw a line with regard to Baldwin’s work ethic and then relentlessly stick to it, regardless of the cost.
May 3, 2011 - Blake says: Bob, which pick did you like the most and like the least?
Bob says – I really like the selection of Rodney Hudson in the second round. I think he’s going to be a bit of a throwback, whether he plays center or guard. I think he’ll play at sub-300 pounds and they’ll actively move him around on traps and sweeps. I’d say the pick I didn’t like would be Miller or Bannon. Both of these guys are basically developmental players. The Chiefs aren’t good enough to be giving up draft choices on players who won’t challenge for playing time, not when there were players left in the pool like Notre Dame DT Ian Williams or Arkansas G Ray Dominguez.
Answer Bob - With More New Answers 5/7 from Bob Gretz
The plan today is to celebrate her for something she bestowed on us long before we could remember: Our names.
A name by any other name is still a name, Romeo Crennel, the Kansas City Chiefs' Shakespearean-named defensive coordinator, might have said. Or not. Maybe he just thought it.
Moms Have Given Great Names from hutchnews.com