Good morning! Here is today's Kansas City Chiefs news. I have to say, I'm looking forward to seeing what my Yankee fan co-workers have to say about the Home Run Derby. Enjoy!
A Tater Trot wasn't part of
Matt Cassel's appearance in the 2012 Taco Bell All-Star Legends & Celebrity Game, but the former Little League World Series star turned starting NFL quarterback held his own in the batter's box at Kauffman Stadium.
Cassel connected on a pair of line drive base hits in his first two plate appearances while hitting in the three-hole ahead of Hall of Fame Royal George Brett.
Matt Cassel Suits Up For MLB All-Star Celebrity Game from The Mothership
By the way the Tarheels' ground game was working all season, no one could've guessed that Holland was playing hurt-especially Bernard, who averaged over five yards per carry as a true freshman last season.
Holland could barely bend over to tie his shoes because of a herniated disk in his back, but he played through an injury-riddled senior season.
Now at the next level, Holland thinks his new employer - the Kansas City Chiefs - appreciated the toughness he exhibited during that senior season.
Toughness Of Rookie O-Lineman Cam Holland Stood Out To Chiefs from The Mothership
Denver Post Photo Gallery: 2012 Taco Bell All-Star Legends & Celebrity Softball Game
Zac White is not sure exactly what he will be doing this summer, but he knows that he will be put to work.
White, a Camden graduate and a rising senior at East Carolina, has accepted an internship with the Kansas City Chiefs where he will be a part of the team's training staff.
"I'm assuming I will be active there, but I don't know exactly. I do know I am going to work. A lot," said White, who is athletic training major at ECU.
Locals Land Internships With NFL: Camden Grad White Heading To Chiefs from The Daily Advance
"Friendly" isn't a word we usually hear describing Haley, who was run out of town by the Kansas City Chiefs last December. Roethlisberger stated publicly that he'd heard mixed things about the coach and said last month that he won't change his game to cater to a new offense.
Michael in Kansas City, Mo., doesn't think the Broncos should be the favorites to win the AFC West. He questions the offensive line, an aging Willis McGahee in the backfield, an unproven receiving corps and some holes in the middle of the defense.
Peyton Manning makes them a playoff contender, but their schedule is brutal. The signing of Manning is the reason a lot of people are jumping on the Broncos' bandwagon. ...
Short Takes from ESPN
After just 10 games with the Jaguars, Rison was waived and went to Green Bay for the end of the season, helping the Packers win the Super Bowl. The following year he signed with the Chiefs and had another Pro Bowl season in 1997, but his production declined sharply in 1998 and 1999 in Kansas City. He played for the Raiders, his seventh and final NFL team, in 2000.
Andre Rison Sentenced To Probation For Failure To Pay Child Support from ProFootballTalk