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Arrowheadlines: Kansas City Chiefs News 7/14

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Good morning! Here is today's Kansas City Chiefs news. Enjoy!

Peter Aiken

Voice Of The Kingdom from The Mothership

Many fans have been counting down the days until we're back at Arrowhead Stadium surrounded by the Sea of Red, hearing the beat of the drum, and cheering for our team at the "home of the CHIEFS!"

With the season just around the corner, the search is on for the "Voice of the Kingdom." This contest gives fans a chance to perform the National Anthem at Arrowhead Stadium during a Chiefs game.

MSSU Defensive Coordinator Is Bound For Kansas City Chiefs Training Camp from KOAM

MSSU football assistant coach Rashad Watson was chosen to participate in the Bill Walsh NFL Minority Coaching Fellowship. For several weeks, Watson will observe the Chiefs' coaching team during training camp, offering him the opportunity to see the ins and outs of professional coaching.

Where Are They Now? Sammie Parker from The Long Beach Grunion Gazette

There are only so many teams and so many roster spots for players to fight over, and even for those fortunate enough to earn a job, there's always a new face trying to take it away; someone younger, and cheaper.

Samie Parker is among the players who have lived that experience. The former Long Beach Poly wide receiver had a tremendous amateur career in the green and gold-both with Poly and the University of Oregon-before being selected in the 4th Round of the 2004 NFL Draft by the Kansas City Chiefs.

Who Is The Best All-Time Player From The Wiregrass? Cast Your Vote from

Tony Richardson, RB, Daleville: A standout in high school, Richardson signed with Auburn and became a mainstay at fullback in the early 1990s. He signed with the Dallas Cowboys as an undrafted free agent in 1994 and then spent 16 seasons with the Cowboys, Kansas City Chiefs, Minnesota Vikings and New York Jets. He is considered among the NFL's all-time best fullbacks, having served as the leading blocker for a 1,000-yard rusher for nine straight seasons. He made the Pro Bowl four times and was named to the NFL All-Decade Team for the 2000s.