The Detroit Lions have released Prince Miller and Rudy Niswanger as NFL roster cuts continue.
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Rudy Niswanger is the Kansas City Chiefs player rep and was involved in the negotiations with the NFL owners over the past few months.
Kansas City Chiefs player rep Rudy Niswanger talked to Bob Fescoe on 610 Sports bright and early this morning and said, despite all the noise coming from the players, he doesn't know if the owners' proposal to the players to end the NFL lockout is a good deal.
Good morning! More and more "real" football stories are popping up in the media. Add that to the continuing good (at least not bad) news out of the labor negotiations, and life is looking good. We've gathered today's Kansas City Chiefs news for you. Get to reading.
During the NFL lockout coaches and players are not supposed to communicate at all. No talking about the upcoming season, no checking in on who's staying in shape and definitely not talking about the playbook. Sort of like tampering, that's what the NFL says the rules are. In actual practice, though, coaches and players reportedly still talk.
Throughout the process of this NFL lockout an unlikely name has emerged as the unofficial spokesman for the Kansas City Chiefs players -- Rudy Niswanger.
Kansas City Chiefs players were meeting today to go over a few things, presumably NFL lockout-related. Eric Berry told 810 WHB's Kevin Kietzmann last week, "We're supposed to be setting up some things and getting some things situated as far as scheduling or when we were going to meet and try to get together as a team if the lockout was still going on."
A few groups of players across the league are beginning to gather for offseason workouts/practices but we haven't heard of any Kansas City Chiefs players doing the same. (It's also possible they're working out together and we just don't know it).