Matt Light, OT
Scott Pioli sure does love to go after Patriot players since he was once the Patriots general manager, being that he loves going after Patriot players you may want to add another one to the list. His name is Matt Light, the free agent offensive tackle. Matt Light would be a huge upgrade at right tackle for the Chiefs. Last season Barry Richardson was the right tackle for the Chiefs and he was horrible, he could not protect Matt Cassel on the right side, and he was not the greatest run blocker. Matt Light is the complete opposite of that. Matt Light is a great pass/run blocker. Matt Light would also provide veteran leadership to a young Chief offense.
The cover photo shows Arenas, who played for Alabama’s 2009 National Championship team, standing on a tree stump, dwarfed by the destruction on his street. He told the magazine that he watched the tornado approach and took cover in his bathtub as it blew past his home, leveling nearby houses.
5. Jamaal Charles (Kansas City Chiefs): Charles rushed for almost 1500 yards and he wasn’t even supposed to be the starter for the Chiefs. Going in to 2011 with Thomas Jones as his backup from the beginning, he might be even more productive.
“He had a high ankle sprain. He was never able to truly recover even when he did come back. You should have seen the tape they had to put on him when he did come back. It was crazy. Those high-ankle sprains, those are the worst. You saw what happened. He couldn’t even move his foot, so he was limited.”
McCluster called the injury his “first and last” high ankle sprain. It’s the type of injury that can and in this case apparently did limit his quickness and speed, but it’s something McCluster didn’t want to offer as a reason for the second-half drop-off.
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