I’m actually okay with most of what Stanzi put together. This development is making me hope the Chiefs either carry four quarterbacks or keep Stanzi on the practice squad so that I can seem more of his mixed CD glory. I wonder what he would make for Tamba Hali? Does he make lists based on what he thinks his teammate would like or does he select songs he knows he likes and doesn’t care what his teammate thinks? So many questions, too few answers.
I expect this to now be the tailgating soundtrack for the beginning of the season (or at least the preseason) once football returns. Or maybe it can help get you from now until the end of July when training camp starts. No matter how you choose to use it, if this playlist isn’t on your iPod/iPhone/Zune/mp3 player or on a disc in your parent’s old CD player by the end of the day then I question your loyalties towards the Kansas City Chiefs.
Earlier this week, former Philadelphia Eagle’s quarterback Donovan McNabb announced he will retire as an Eagle this fall. Most likely this will happen when his former coach, Andy Reid, comes to town with his new team, the Kansas City Chiefs, in September.
The fact that he wants to retire as an Eagle is fine, despite all the things he said about the fans once he left the city of brotherly love.
The Kansas City Chiefs have been shopping Branden Albert for most of the offseason. There were rumors that the Miami Dolphins wanted to acquire Albert prior to the draft. However, the two teams weren’t able to agree on a price.
Albert is expendable in Kansas City because the Chiefs use the first pick in the draft to select Eric Fisher. This addition and the fact Albert is unwilling to play right tackle creates a potentially negative situation. The Chiefs didn’t use the No. 1 pick on Fisher to have him play right tackle.
It may take a few months, but Albert’s time with the Chiefs is coming to an end.
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