BW: I think Stanzi is a guy who the Chiefs will consider. They are going to work out TCU’s Andy Dalton, so that’s an indication the Chiefs are looking for a young quarterback. Stanzi could be a nice option and could be drafted later than Dalton. He is a strong leader who has some skills. He could be a good project and can learn from Matt Cassel.
It continued: “This letter again proves that the most sensible step for everyone is to get back to bargaining. So we again accept Mike Vrabel’s suggestion that the union’s executive committee meet with our negotiating team, including Jerry Richardson, Robert Kraft and Jerry Jones, to resume bargaining. If Mike will let us know when and where he and his colleagues would like to meet, we will be there. We are ready.”
Hagans, a former Hampton High quarterback who helped the Crabbers win the 1998 Group AAA Division 5 state championship before going on to become a two-year starting quarterback at U.Va., was hired this week to be a graduate assistant for coach Mike London at U.Va. Hagans has a lot to learn in the profession, having just finished up a five-year NFL career that saw him primarily hop from practice squad to practice squad as a wide receiver or emergency quarterback with the St. Louis Rams (2006 and ’07), Kansas City Chiefs (’08), Indianapolis Colts (’08) and Washington Redskins (’08 to ’10).
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