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Holley, who had written previous books on Belichick and former Boston Red Sox manager Terry Francona, began a new project involving Belichick, Dimitroff and Pioli. In the new book, “War Room: The Legacy of Bill Belichick and the Art of Building the Perfect Team,” Holley examines the player evaluation and drafting skills of all three, as well as their personal stories.

“I wanted to do something on these three guys,” said Holley. “I knew the depth of their relationship, especially between Dimitroff and Pioli, who considered themselves brothers after Thomas’ dad died.”

2012 Season Ticket Renewals: Season ticket holder renewal packets for the 2012 season will begin mailing next week. All non-premium season tickets will either decrease or stay the same in price for the 2012 season. The team will again offer the EZ Pay option, allowing fans to spread the payments over six months. The due date for the first payment is January 17, 2012. Season ticket holders may log into their accounts at to view information.

“I love it any time I can spend time impacting kids,” said Hali wearing a board smile. “We just had so much fun today running around in the gym and getting exercise. They obviously didn’t need me to tell them that staying fit can be fun. You could tell that staying active is something they have already embraced.”

It’s the ACL curse of Arrowhead. Those poor Kansas City Chiefs. All the buzz from their 10-6 season last year took a dive as soon as their misbegotten 2011 began. Promising tight end Moeaki went down for the year in the final preseason game with a torn ACL. Then safety Berry added his season-ending ACL injury to the insult of their 41-7 loss to the Bills in Week 1. Worse yet, star running back Charles — second in rushing in the NFL last year — tore his ACL in Week 2. Not the way you want to start a year. “They had so many, and so early,” Carroll said.

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