Jan 29, 2014; New York, NY, USA; Miami Dolphins former quarterback Dan Marino is interviewed on radio row in preparation for Super Bowl XLVIII at the Sheraton Times Square. Mandatory Credit: Jerry Lai-USA TODAY Sports

The Morning Fix: Dan Marino, Maurice Leggett, Harry Carey


Many people need their coffee to get up and going in the morning.  Here at Arrowhead Addict, we understand that for a Chiefs fan, coffee is simply not enough.

Here’s all that’s happening around Chiefs Kingdom today.

Welcome to The Morning Fix.

Good morning, Addicts.

KC Kingdom counts down the Chiefs top five running backs in history.

It has been arguably the most successful position for the Chiefs (linebacker being the other) and that’s especially been true for more than a decade now. Lately, it seems like it doesn’t matter if we lose our star running back because there will just be one in the mix waiting.

Former Chiefs corner Maurice Leggett is trying to stick in the CFL.

The former Kansas City Chiefs cornerback has been firmly planted at safety through the first two days of Bombers training camp, earning most of the reps so far.

Arrowhead Pride breaks down some De’Anthony Thomas film.

Stephen Brown over at Chiefs Spin argues 2014 is the true start of change.

GM John Dorsey is remaking the Chiefs, switches are happening. A swapping of the guard with draft picks LB Dee Ford and CB Phillip Gaines. CB Brandon Flowers could be released or traded before training camp, according to some media reports, while fan favorite LB Tamba Hali ponders his future.

Dan Marino is suing the NFL.

Two non-football stories:

- Harry Carey had a year-long diary of every drink he had and every bar he visited. I want (and don’t want) to do this.

- Continuing the baseball announcers theme: Vin Scully is the best.

(H/T The Big Lead)

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  • berttheclock

    As an American League fan, I never was a Dodgers fan, but, listening to Vin Scully was like listening to a great story teller. His words helped paint a picture in your mind of not only what was happening, but, a tapestry of the great game of baseball. I remember a period when he was ill and they had to hire a local radio guy who had come from Oklahoma. He really did not know baseball, so, he only talked stats. Most boring time I remember in listening to baseball. His ineptness vaulted him ahead of the Homer of All Time, Monte Moore as the worst I have ever heard..