Morning everyone. We had some really good discussion going yesterday about the whole Thomas Jones/Jamaal Charles carry distribution thing. I know there was a pretty even spit on my letter to Haley but I want to thank everyone for having some healthy debate and being respectful to one another. That is how we roll here at AA.
I hope you guys all enjoy another weekend of football and Chiefs talk.
Now here is your Morning Fix!
Derrick Johnson, who’s in his sixth season as a Chief, has never experienced Arrowhead like that, while teams like the Chargers have forgotten Arrowhead was a tough place to play. Home of the Chiefs was more than words to a song, but a lasting memory visiting teams took with them. Arrowhead belonged to nobody else but folks wearing red.
“We are very excited to welcome Dan to the Chiefs,” said current Kansas City CEO Clark Hunt. “Dan has a proven track record of success as a financial officer, and his leadership and experience make him a key addition to our business operations.”
McCluster returned three punts, including one for 94 yards for what would end up being the winning touchdown in the Chiefs’ 21-14 win over the San Diego Chargers.
McCluster was selected from among five finalists through fan votes on NFL.com/rookies. The other finalists were safety Nate Allen of the Philadelphia Eagles, defensive tackle Tyson Alualu of the Jacksonville Jaguars, running back Jahvid Best of the Detroit Lions, and wide receiver Mike Williams of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
t’s been a good week for Congerville native Andy Studebaker.
Studebaker and the Kansas City Chiefs upset the San Diego Chargers on national television Monday night.
Later in the week, it became known the 2004 Eureka High School graduate had signed a contract extension with the Chiefs.
“Really, I put that on myself because I’m the safety,” Berry said. “When things go bad or when things aren’t going the right way, it falls on me because it’s my job to get the communication out and my job to make sure my corner knows what’s going on.
“I can tell you that will never happen again.”
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