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Nick Britt

  • joined Oct 22, 2009
  • last login Jan 27, 2014
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PFF Most Overvalued D-Lineman: 1) Tyson Jackson 2) Glenn Dorsey

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Jackson: "His 2.2 Pass Rushing Productivity rating was the worst in the league and it’s safe to say he hasn’t lived up to his draft slot. Jackson was scheduled to have an outrageous cap hit of $17m next season, but it was recently restructured. The new deal is reportedly worth up to $5.2m and even that is way too high based on his 2012 performance."

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Inside the Draft, Part 2: Building the Board

I have been meaning to write this FanPost for over a year now and here we are a week away from the start of the 2012 NFL Draft. In Part 1, I went in-depth into how a scout with Pioli connections...

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Inside The NFL Draft, Part 1: Scout School

From the FanPosts. Great stuff. -Joel I have been meaning to write this article for over two years now, and my excitement for the upcoming NFL Draft has driven me to finally put my thoughts into...

Dayne Crist to Visit Kansas

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Looks like we are in the running for a new QB.

Another coach takes issue with Harbaugh's tactics

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Todd Haley got hounded by the media for exchanging words with Raven's coach John Harbaugh after a preseason blowout loss. Now Ram's coach Steve Spagnuolo is taking issue with Harbaugh's tactics. Grab your pitchfork, Mabel -- it is time to give Spagnuolo the Haley treatment.

Aubrayo Franklin: Overrated?

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A name getting tossed around a lot around here. Is he worth the money he is going to command? You be the judge...

Ricky Stanzi QB Camp

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Hilarious stuff from SBNation's EDSBS.

Prep "Star" Rankings and the NFL Combine

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Interesting look at how last year's NFL Combine participants were rated out of high school by recruiting websites like Rivals.com. The article is geared more towards KU fans, but it is still interesting for those who are fans of both college and pro football. Good read on a slow news day.

Mike Vrabel on Jim Rome Show

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Coming up at the bottom of the hour. I'm guessing he is talking about the CBA (or lack thereof). Listen on 610 AM sports radio or 610Sports.com

Be Careful What You Eat at Arrowhead/Kauffman

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"Arrowhead Stadium Kansas City Chiefs Vendors with critical violations: 56% Inspection report excerpt: One location with five critical violations during its last routine inspection had, among other problems, several hot foods not being held at proper temperatures. Inspectors had workers either discard or reheat certain foods, including cooked funnel-cake fries." Kauffman Stadium Kansas City Royals Vendors with critical violations: 62% Inspection report excerpt: Inspectors cited one location with multiple violations for having several items that were either above or below safe temperatures; they found food debris on knives stored in a knife rack."

"Me and Todd Haley don't get along." -- Terrell...

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"Me and Todd Haley don't get along." -- Terrell Owens http://blogs.965thebuzz.com/afentra/2010/07/12/terrell-owens-a-k-a-t-o-2/

Bucs Release some veterans, some could interest Chiefs

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The Bucs just released Chris Hovan (DT), Shawn Murphy (OG), B.J. Askew (FB), Arron Sears (OG), and Sam Paulescu (P). Shawn Murphy has a Chiefs connection in that he was drafted by Bill Parcells in the 4th round of the 2008 NFL Draft. B.J. Askew could also get some interest. He is a solid run blocker at FB, is great catching the ball out of the backfield, and the Chiefs could use an upgrade at that position.

Corey Mays second highest tackling inefficiency in the NFL

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ProFootballFocus.com looks at the LBs using a metric called Tackling Inefficiency Rating (TIR) that is designed to see "how efficient they were in getting their man to the ground once they attempted a solo tackle." The Patriots Adalius Thomas was rated the worst in the league out of the linebackers, and the Chiefs' own Corey Mays fell to #2. Some interesting names on the lists of bests and worsts.

Chiefs, Brian Waters help in fundraiser

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"We're incredibly grateful for the overwhelming support from teams like the Lions, Vikings, Eagles, Dolphins, Falcons, 49ers, Browns, Chiefs, Broncos, Jaguars, Rams, and Redskins, players like Brian Waters, Boomer Esiason, and T.J. Houshmandzadeh, and our friends at NBC, who donated two of the signed jerseys." -- Mike Florio, ProFootballTalk.com The fundraiser was for Florio's 17-month-old cousin who had a liver transplant in December. Memorabilia from players and organizations was donated and auctioned off by PFT to benefit "Baby Mason" and raised nearly $17,000.

PFT: Broncos Parts Ways with DC Mike Nolan

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"Jay Glazer of FOX reports that Broncos coach Josh McDaniels and defensive coordinator Mike Nolan have "mutually decided" to part ways." Wow, surprising move from Josh McDaniels.

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Chiefs All-Decade Team: Defensive Ends

Chiefs All-Decade Team: Defensive Ends

List of 2010 Underclassmen

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The deadline (Jan. 15th) has come and gone. Some surprising early declarations, and some others that many expected to come out that opted to stay in school, notably two top center prospects in Kris O'Dowd and Stefen Wisniewski. Click the link to find a complete list of those underclassmen who declared for the 2010 NFL Draft. Jan. 18th is the deadline for underclassmen to withdraw their 2010 Draft applications and return to school.

Haley's Comet hits Denver. For those who missed or, or for those that just can't get enough.

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Haley's Comet hits Denver. For those who missed or, or for those that just can't get enough.

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Chiefs All-Decade Team: Tight Ends

  Following the trend from around the NFL blogosphere, I decided it was time to name the Chiefs All-Decade team, AP style. We still start by voting for each position and I will be posting polls...

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Chiefs All-Decade Team: Cornerbacks

Chiefs All-Decade Team: Cornerbacks

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Chiefs All-Decade Team: Fullbacks

Chiefs All-Decade Team: Fullbacks

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Chiefs All-Decade Team: Strong Safeties

Chiefs All-Decade Team: Strong Safeties

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Chiefs All-Decade Team: Running Backs

Chiefs All-Decade Team: Running Backs

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Chiefs All-Decade Team: Free Safety

Chiefs All-Decade Team: Free Safety

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Chiefs All-Decade Team: Quarterbacks

  Following the trend from around the NFL blogosphere, I decided it was time to name the Chiefs All-Decade team, AP style. We still start by voting for each position and I will be posting polls...

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