The Morning Fix

We’re hitting you with another day of Kansas City Chiefs news here at Arrowhead Addict. Sorry this is a bit late today guys. I err…put it together this morning and then forgot to hit publish. Must not have had enough coffee.

Anyway, here is your Morning Fix!

 

Grieving QB Trent Green had buried his 58-year old father earlier in the week and both the Chiefs and Raiders were battered with injuries. It was an emotional day that sparked emotional late-game decisions and yet another classic finish between the two bitter rivals.

 

 

Sirianni is from western New York, went to college as a wide receiver at Division III powerhouse Mt. Union College in Alliance, Ohio – hometown of Len Dawson – and until he was hired by Todd Haley in 2009, the highest level his coaching career reached was with Division II Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP), where he was wide receivers coach. 

He had five years as a small college coach, so how did a 28-year old Sirianni end up in the NFL?

 

 

Members of the Kansas City Chiefs will visit Joplin today to provide further assistance with cleanup in the wake of the May 22 tornado. 

Team officials are expected to take part in a cleanup session near Joplin High School, starting at about 10:30 a.m., followed by a tour of the tornado’s path through Joplin.

 

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