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Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Mike Vrabel will retire from the NFL and be named an assistant coach at Ohio State on Monday, sources told The Columbus Dispatch on Saturday night.
None of the parties involved would comment when reached by The Dispatch, but the paper reported the school has a tentative news conference scheduled for Monday to announce the hiring.
Report: Ohio State to Hire Mike Vrabel from ESPN
We entered the weekend wondering whether or not
Mike Vrabel would decide to join his good friend and former college roommate Luke Fickell on the coaching staff at Ohio State?
...There’s a long list of former Chiefs who have gone on to become successful college coaches. Currently, the Chiefs are well-represented on coaching staffs across the NFL as well.
Let’s take a look at some of the former Chiefs currently serving as NFL assistants…
Chiefs (Player) Coaching Tree from The Mothership
Mike Vrabel might cover two momentous occasions at once on Monday when he is expected to be named an assistant football coach at Ohio State, sources close to the program told The Dispatch yesterday.
If it happens, it means the 35-year-old will be walking away from a 14-year NFL playing career in which he won three Super Bowls with the New England Patriots and was named All-Pro in 2007.
Ohio State Football: Vrabel Will Return to OSU as Assistant from The Columbus Dispatch
But now we finally know the 182 suggestions that dozens of civic and neighborhood leaders on both sides of the state line came up with as part of the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce’s worthwhile effort to improve and energize the region.
Here you’ll find some of the winners on the list which deserve to be seriously considered on Tuesday when the chamber hopes to get down to around two dozen finalists for its Five Big Ideas campaign...
...Looking for something to knock off the list? We’d start with ideas to demolish the downtown airport and move the Royals and Chiefs there (#14) and market Kansas City as the "City of Fiber" (#157).
Only seven games remained on the Royals' '92 schedule -- four games at the Angels and three against the Twins in Kansas City. Brett was four hits short.
Brett knew it took 24 to 48 hours for the cortisone to do its thing, so the series opener at Anaheim was out.
"A lot of people flew from Kansas City thinking I was going to get it," Brett said. "I remember the first game was on a Monday and they all came to the ballpark, and I didn't play, and I think a lot of them left about the second or third inning because the Chiefs were on Monday Night Football."
Missouri Western State University officials insist they are ready for some football, if and when the National Football League can strike a new labor deal.
The arrival date for Kansas City Chiefs players in St. Joseph for training camp, based on last year’s timeline, comes up in less than three weeks — Thursday, July 28. But with owners’ lockout stretching well past 100 days, hope remains a new collective bargaining agreement can be reached soon.
Chief Concern from News-Press Now
Adam I. Friedman bought a four-bed, four-bath home at 25 Bernwood Lane in Moreland Hills from Rosemary Crennel and Romeo Crennel for $985,000 on June 15.
NFL Coach Sells 4BD in Moreland Hills from BlockShopper Cleveland
So far, people from all walks of life - old acquaintances such as Yoke, his former teammates, current Vols who have endorsed the book on Twitter and Kansas City Chiefs fans who showed up to a recent Eric Berry autograph session - have expressed their gratitude to Johnson for telling his story.
His May book-signing session with Berry, one of his closest friends who wears No. 29 for the Chiefs in Johnson's honor, was the first of what Johnson hopes are many throughout the year.
Inky Johnson: Out, But Not Down from Go Vols Xtra
Haley is still trying to figure out whether Matt Cassel is the answer in Kansas City.
Blessed with the NFL's No. 1 rushing attack, the Chiefs won the AFC West as Cassel threw only seven interceptions. Still, KC had the fewest passing yards in the conference and Cassel appeared lost against Baltimore in a lopsided home playoff setback.
There Just Aren't Enough Quality NFL Quarterbacks from Tampa Bay Online
Daniel from Nashville wants to know if Arizona receiver Steve Breaston could be a free-agent target in Kansas City.
BW: It has been discussed a lot and makes a lot of sense. The Chiefs could use a slot receiver.
AFC West Mailbag from ESPN
Several current and former NFL players participated at the event. Kelly said he got a lot of advice from current Kansas City Chiefs receiver Dwayne Bowe and Tampa Bay Quarterback Josh Freeman.
Chad Kelly Shines at HS Football Camp from WGRZ