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Carl Peterson, former president of the Kansas City Chiefs, along with LSU Coach Les Miles, longtime high school coach Mickey Roussel of the Riverside Academy Rebels, and Ron Brocato, sports editor of the Clarion-Herald will be honored for their contributions to football by The Touchdown Club of New Orleans at a banquet Feb. 25, the club announced Wednesday.

Former Kansas City Chiefs President Carl Peterson To Receive Pete Rozelle Award from

In the real world of everyday NFL football, it has been the cause of a lot of study and tons of speculation, not to mention that half the league is trying to copy it.

As a result, a great number of employees have been hired away from the New England Patriots but, none, not a single player, head coach or executive, has been able to reproduce the so-called magic of the Patriot Way, elsewhere. Zero Super Bowl wins. Zero Super Bowl appearances.

Because there are so many ex-Patriot coaches, players and executives strewn across the league who have faltered... the Patriot Way should be called... the Patriot Waste.

The Patriot Waste from Arrowhead Addict

KC Star Video: Chiefs And Harvesters Team Up To Fight Hunger

Kansas City, OT, Jonathan Martin, Stanford: The Kansas City Chiefs have considered taking a tackle for the past couple of drafts. Martin would be a terrific choice for them and he should be available.

AFC West Mock Draft from ESPN

The Kansas City Royals baseball team is getting greener with the largest in-stadium solar array generating electricity in Major League Baseball.

The 160 solar panels, which have been installed and tested, are expected to produce 36,000 kilowatt hours of electricity per year, which is enough to power for four homes...

... KCP&L, which meets about 7 percent of its demand overall with renewable energy, is looking for arrangements with other businesses or groups similar to the Royals' lease. Kansas City Chiefs' officials have indicated they are interested in producing solar energy at Arrowhead Stadium.

Royals Add New Power To Their Lineup: Solar Power from KC Star

For all the things that are still up in the air, Peyton Manning is certain about this much: He isn't ready to retire yet.

"I have no plans on doing that," he said Tuesday.

Peyton Pulls No Punches: "No Plans To Retire" from The News Tribune

New England Patriots veteran guard Brian Waters doesn't want your sympathy...

...But Waters, like many offensive linemen, does not want to be the story during Super Bowl week.

"I hope not, because this is so much about this team," Waters said. "It's less about me and it's more about this team, it's unbelievable. That's one thing I really appreciate here. ... So I hope it's not a sentimental thing with me. I really don't."

Brian Waters A Sentimental Favorite? from ESPN

The Chiefs' Curtis McClinton - surrounded by photographers - catches a touchdown pass during the first Super Bowl game at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum...

...The photo above was taken on 70 mm film with a sequence camera by Times staff photographer Larry Sharkey. An earlier frame of the touchdown was published in the Jan. 16, 1967, Los Angeles Times.

Photographers Cover First Super Bowl from The Los Angeles Times

Rozelle, for his part, hated the name. He thought it lacked sophistication. So while the media latched on to the name "Super Bowl" almost immediately, it wasn't until Super Bowl III that the NFL used the term Super Bowl officially, putting the phrase on the cover of the game program.

The affectation of tacking on a roman numeral was Hunt's slightly cheeky response to Rozelle's fastidiousness. It wasn't until Super Bowl V that the roman numeral appeared on the ticket.

Why Pete Rozelle Hated The Super Bowl from Forbes

It's Game Time.

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