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Tamba Hali knows how much work goes into each sack he records. So when Justin Houston boasted that he’d net a double digit sack total last year, Hali had some advice for his new rookie teammate.

“He told me it was hard to get even one sack in the NFL and that 10 sacks would equal a great year,” Houston recalled. “Then he told me that the preseason was nothing compared to the regular season.”

Hali’s words proved prophetic for the better part of last season. Houston didn’t record his first sack until December 4th, and finished the season with only 5.5 sacks. But a breakout, three-sack performance against the Bears in Week 13 gave Houston some much-needed momentum heading into this season. some hope to make good on his prediction in 2012.

4. Matt Cassel is still there. ANOTHER Patriots castoff! Holy shit, it’s like a compulsion at this point. We need to stop the Chiefs from hoarding so many useless items from the Foxboro attic. Otherwise, two years from now, they’ll have signed Brian Hoyer and Kyle Arrington and Sammie Morris and Bill O’Brien and you’ll need people in Hazmat suits to come clean up the mess because it will reek of mold and fungus and barbecue sauce and REPUGNANT FUCKING FAILURE.

Training Camp General Information

Schedule Changes/Practice Cancellation:

The Chiefs reserve the right to change their practice schedules at any time, without advance notice.

Practices may be cancelled or moved indoors due to inclement weather. Due to space limitations, fans are not permitted to view practices that are conducted in the Indoor Practice Facility at Missouri Western State University. Continue to check the Chiefs website at www.kcchiefs.com for updates. You can also find up-to-date information on practice changes by following the Chiefs on Twitter or Facebook.

For more than 40 years, the Kansas City Chiefs have celebrated the start of the NFL season with the opportunity for the community and fans to be introduced to the newest members of the team as well as their favorite veteran players and the coaching staff. Tickets are now available for the event through the Chamber at http://www.kcchamber.com/Programs-Events.aspx.

“There’s no better way to mark 50 years in Kansas City than to partner with the Chamber on the Chiefs Kickoff Luncheon,” said Chiefs President Mark Donovan. “We’re excited for the community to come together with the entire team and celebrate the beginning of another Chiefs season in Kansas City.”

For more than 40 years, the Kansas City Chiefs have celebrated the start of the NFL season with the opportunity for the community and fans to be introduced to the newest members of the team as well as their favorite veteran players and the coaching staff. Tickets are now available for the event through the Chamber at http://www.kcchamber.com/Programs-Events.aspx.

“There’s no better way to mark 50 years in Kansas City than to partner with the Chamber on the Chiefs Kickoff Luncheon,” said Chiefs President Mark Donovan. “We’re excited for the community to come together with the entire team and celebrate the beginning of another Chiefs season in Kansas City.”

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