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“Missing even one game of the upcoming season would have serious implications for our city,” Mayor Sly James wrote in a recent letter to Chiefs owner Clark Hunt and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. “Taking any time off would be of serious detriment to both the city and regio

2. Bring the rookies in immediately for as much classroom time as possible. If that’s allowed under new rules, it’s important that the draft choices get in the house and spend time catching up on the playbook and the way things are done on the practice field. As college free agents are signed, they should immediately be added to the mix.

It will only help matters in St. Joseph when training camp starts if these young guys have a clue about where to go and what to do.

They don’t appear in the record books, but the 7-on-7s are prime opportunities for teams to grow their skill positions and build together. Saturday’s event, put on by Kansas City Chiefs defensive back Brandon Flowers along with Prep and Sports, brought together 10 teams from Palm Beach County and seven from surrounding counties to Seacrest Athletic Complex in Delray Beach.

It was a fun (and hot) event that ended with Flowers’ alma mater, Atlantic, winning the title over John I. Leonard.

“To have a championship team, you need a championship quarterback,” Schottenheimer said. “The young man we have here, Chris Greisen, is an outstanding player. I like the way he’s put together, and I don’t mean physically as much as I do his mental makeup. I think he’s the kind of player you’re looking for at the position. I think he’s got tremendous leadership ability.”

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