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Here we are again with your Kansas City Chiefs news. Enjoy.

Studebaker was raised in Eureka, Ill., about 120 miles from St. Louis, and based in Kansas City, he didn’t have to travel too far. He wanted to be involved.

"It’s a big event and it’s getting a lot of attention," Studebaker said. "We’re getting closer and closer to the season and I am just here to support the players. We’re trying to get back on the field and play football as soon as possible."

Many Faces of the Lockout Includethe Less Heralded from National Football Post

So in a recent interview with AFC West writer Bill Williamson of ESPN, Todd Haley came clean with his intentions for the upcoming season and acknowledged what many fans hoped for all along. Jones and Charles will switch workloads in 2011. Charles will get the bulk of the carries based on the sheer level of productivity with each run, while Jones can expect to run less and hope to maintain his strength and stamina late into a brutal NFL season. And with that announcement, many fans will breathe a sigh of relief.

Carried Out: Chiefs Jamaal Charles, Thomas Jones to Switch Workloads in 2011 from SB Nation Kansas City

While fans fret about the NFL lockout affecting everything from training camps to regular-season games, marketing partners for the league and the players association aren't panicking. Or fleeing.

They are making contingency plans, of course, because the time when sponsors and advertisers must make decisions on how loyal they can be to pro football is rapidly approaching.

Outlook for NFL, NFLPA and Sponsers from KC Star

Boynton Beach police arrested former NFL cornerback Julian Battle Saturday on charges of resisting an officer with violence and simple assault on an officer or firefighter, records show...

...His NFL career ended after he missed the Chiefs' 2005 season with a torn Achilles tendon.

Wellington Grad and Former NFL Cornerback Julian Battle Arrested in Boynton Beach from The Palm Beach Post

That wasn't always true. ShanDerrick, now 28, was once the star himself.

But these days the Port Arthur native is fine being the older brother of Jamaal Charles, the Kansas City Chiefs' Pro Bowl running back. Or just ShanDerrick from the gas company, wearing his black square-framed glasses.

Former Lincoln Star ShanDerrick Charles Now Living Football Dream Through Younger Brother Jamaal from The Beaumont Enterprise

Gilberry plays definsive end for the Chiefs. He teamed up with other former Bama players, Javier Arenas and Rasheed Wallace, to strengthen young players skills on the football field.

Wallace Gilberry Holds Local Football Camp from FOX10TV

Andrew from Kansas City wants to know what we should expect from second-year Chiefs’ player Dexter McCluster in 2011.

BW: Kansas City coach Todd Haley expects McCluster to be a threat as a runner and as a receiver this season.

AFC West Mailbag from ESPN