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Andy Reid: "We look forward to the challenge of playing the Cleveland Browns"

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Reid Ferrin of KCChiefs.com has a feature piece out on fullback Anthony Sherman. In the article, running back Jamaal Charles talks about Sherman and his vital role in Charles’ touchdown vs. the Texans:

“It was great execution,” Charles said. “The offensive line did a great job pushing. I sawAnthony Fasano and Sherm (Anthony Sherman) they did a great job. It was real fast, ‘pop-pop’ and then the next thing you know, I walked in the end zone. So, I have to give a shout-out to my line and to my fullback.”

Ironically enough, we here at Arrowhead Addict broke down that touchdown play, and Sherman’s involvement, in a recent edition of The Film Room. Check it out here

–Coach Andy Reid talked about preparing for the Cleveland Browns, per Reid Ferrin of KCChiefs.com:

“We look forward to the challenge of playing the Cleveland Browns,” Chiefs head coach Andy Reid said. “We know what kind of football team they are. The players here know most of their players, having played against them last year. When I was in Philadelphia, we had the opportunity to play against them too. We know the quality of the players that they have. I think Rob (Chudzinski) has done a nice job as a head coach and he hired three coordinators that I think are tremendous and that I’ve competed against over the years. Then, they’ve got good football players, which our players see on tape and will prepare themselves right this week.”

Reid also talked about the preparation process for Jason Campbell, who will be Cleveland’s starter this weekend:

“Well, listen; there’s tape on him,” coach Reid said of Campbell. “There’s more tape than what we had last week. A little different system, but enough where you kind of blend the two is what you end up doing. I think number one, though, you have to prepare for the scheme, and then two, you go to who is running it there.”

Campbell does have some regular season action with the Browns, going 1-of-4 for 6 yards against the Baltimore Ravens in week two.

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