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Arrowheadlines: Chiefs news 7/4

Happy Fourth of July everyone! Here is today's Kansas City Chiefs news from across the internet.

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Chiefs Priority #1: 2-0 Against The Raiders - Arrowhead Addict - A Kansas City Chiefs Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more
Voice of the Chiefs Mitch Holthus rightly emphasized on the latest Chiefs Live that the Oakland Raiders have now gone 10 years without a playoff win. As Chiefs fans, we should take a perverse pleasure in that statistic (although the Chiefs’ drought is twice as long – forget I said that — Raiders suck!). As Holthus said, “that doesn’t cause me missed time sleeping. What does is the fact that the Raiders […] are 8-4 against the Chiefs (during that stretch) and have won six straight games at Arrowhead Stadium. That now causes me insomnia.”

Player to Watch for the Kansas City Chiefs in 2013: Dexter McCluster | Chiefs 101 | Sports Media 101
For the Chiefs this offseason, it has been a busy one filled with changes in all areas. The popular changes were in the front office at general manager, the head coach, and the all important quarterback position. There has been nonstop talk about the job John Dorsey and Andy Reid have been doing together in Kansas City and for good reason.

Celebrate July Fourth at Sundown Salute and Briggs Auto Group -
The Sundown Salute offers something for everyone and at the Briggs Auto/D.E.L. Motors booth and fans can meet the people from Briggs Auto off the dealer lot. Stop by the booth from 5-8 PM on the Fourth and have former KSU star Braden Wilson sign KSU gear or even KC Chiefs gear as Braden signed with the Chiefs. The autographs, fireworks, entertainment and more our all free of charge, but it's a carnival so be sure to bring some cash for carnival rides, food and drinks. This marks the fourth year the Briggs Auto Group has sponsored the Sundown Salute Celebration and Fireworks and with beautiful weather predicted its set to be the best yet.

Claiborne: Kiffin Has Energy of 27-Year-Old | NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth
At 72, the Dallas Cowboys’ new offensive coordinator, Monte Kiffin, is tied with Kansas City Chiefs defensive line coach Tommy Brasher for the second-oldest assistant in the NFL. But according to one of the youngest member of the Cowboys, cornerback Morris Claiborne, Kiffin behaves like a man less than half his age--and his energy is infectious.

Jack Gotta -- Mr. Professional Football in Birmingham -- dead at 83 (photos) |
Dennis Homan played for some pretty intense coaches during his days on the football field. The Florence resident played for Bear Bryant at Alabama, Tom Landry with the Dallas Cowboys and Hank Stram with the Kansas City Chiefs. But he had a different experience when he played for coach Jack Gotta with the Birmingham Americans in 1974.

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