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Ryfo18
11-03-2010, 03:53 PM
Just saw it on Twitter from beat writer Kent Babb. He cited Haley as saying he wouldn't be interested in working with Moss "at this time."

matthewschiefs
11-03-2010, 04:34 PM
Not a surprise and not to upset about this at all. Not the right guy to bring into this locker room.

Chiefster
11-03-2010, 04:36 PM
WHAT?????!!!!!! Really????? No way!!!!!!!!!

:D

Coach
11-03-2010, 05:49 PM
Moss is going to Titans. They were #22 on the waiver wire order.

I'm personally glad he isn't playing for KC. Wrong guy to put in this locker room.

70 chiefsfan70
11-03-2010, 09:30 PM
Moss is going to Titans. They were #22 on the waiver wire order.

I'm personally glad he isn't playing for KC. Wrong guy to put in this locker room.


Yep,I couldn't agree more. We've got too much good coming out of this young team to take that chance.................Hes just not our type. Watching his last game, I just did not see Him trying to help his team, Glad to see him go anywhere but here.

honda522
11-03-2010, 09:48 PM
Sure, I don't like him or his attutide...but I really wanted him. People can change, and Pioli and Haley could have changed him.

I knew we wouldn't purse but it kinda would of been nice.

ANd hey, there are worse guys than Moss. See Chad Johnson and T.O.

Ryfo18
11-03-2010, 10:13 PM
Sure, I don't like him or his attutide...but I really wanted him. People can change, and Pioli and Haley could have changed him.

I knew we wouldn't purse but it kinda would of been nice.

ANd hey, there are worse guys than Moss. See Chad Johnson and T.O.

Chad's a hard worker and not know for taking plays off. I would much rather have him.

honda522
11-03-2010, 10:56 PM
Chad's a hard worker and not know for taking plays off. I would much rather have him.
Uh, that guy is too worried about some damn dance he is going to do after he catches rather than catching the ball. He will never be hall of fame worthy in my eyes.

Randy might take a play off or 2 but he has set records. His problem is he wants the ball and so he gets pissey when he doesn't get it.

GarH
11-03-2010, 11:12 PM
I'm glad the Chiefs didn't. Our team chemistry seems great now. No need to mess that up.

KristofLaw
11-04-2010, 03:57 AM
Speculation on your parts fellas, IMO. We'll see how things end up for him in Tennessee.

I like our locker room too and don't question the decision from the management to pass him by, they obviously felt it was the proper decision and they are good at what they do.

We weren't the only team not to put a waiver claim on him, the whole league evidently either let him slip or didn't feel he was worth the risk. IMO, it would be good to see him help put the Titans over the edge versus the Colts. Ah well, not everyday you get a shot at a HOFer is my take.

::sigh::

bbacker51
11-04-2010, 10:07 AM
I didn't care either way. would have been exciting t see him play, but there was a risk involved in signing him and drama ensuing. Setting up for Fitzgerald next year much?????????

Ryfo18
11-04-2010, 11:01 AM
I didn't care either way. would have been exciting t see him play, but there was a risk involved in signing him and drama ensuing. Setting up for Fitzgerald next year much?????????

I would love to see Fitzgerald reunite with Haley. He's not going to be a free agent until 2011, but maybe the Cardinals will look to trade him if they can't lock him up long term in the offseason.

Drunker Hillbilly
11-04-2010, 12:42 PM
I didn't care either way. would have been exciting t see him play, but there was a risk involved in signing him and drama ensuing. Setting up for Fitzgerald next year much?????????
LOL......this will not happen!

Drunker Hillbilly
11-04-2010, 12:46 PM
Moss has lost everything except a deep threat. In our offense I don't believe this would help us at all considering the offense that we are running right now. Leads to the possibility of too many turn overs and that is the one thing that loses games.

For the record, I believe the Titans were the ONLY team to put a claim in. On another note, did you guys know that there is an as$inine $100 fee from the NFL to put a claim in on a player that has been put on waivers? Maybe the SINGLE MOST RIDICULOUS thing I have ever heard of in professional sports!!

SIC J
11-04-2010, 01:37 PM
Moss has lost everything except a deep threat. In our offense I don't believe this would help us at all considering the offense that we are running right now. Leads to the possibility of too many turn overs and that is the one thing that loses games.

For the record, I believe the Titans were the ONLY team to put a claim in. On another note, did you guys know that there is an as $100 fee from the NFL to put a claim in on a player that has been put on waivers? Maybe the SINGLE MOST RIDICULOUS thing I have ever heard of in professional sports!!

In my opinion, the deep threat is the one big thing the Chiefs are missing. Without the deep threat, the safety's are covering closer in and making it harder for our receivers to get open on the short routes.

Seek
11-04-2010, 01:42 PM
Sure, I don't like him or his attutide...but I really wanted him. People can change, and Pioli and Haley could have changed him.

I knew we wouldn't purse but it kinda would of been nice.

ANd hey, there are worse guys than Moss. See Chad Johnson and T.O.

If anyone would change him it was the Patriots and they decided to give up on him for a 3rd rounder, in a year they will contend for a superbowl. I don't know why people think the Chiefs can change a thug.... You can only silence them for so long, but it is only a mater of time before he is incontent and will start his mouth again.

Moss is not part of the right 53. I don't want him destorying the team atmosphere this team has right now. This team is building for the future and he is the cancer in a locker room that mess things up for years.

Drunker Hillbilly
11-04-2010, 02:37 PM
In my opinion, the deep threat is the one big thing the Chiefs are missing. Without the deep threat, the safety's are covering closer in and making it harder for our receivers to get open on the short routes.
I hear what your saying but could not disagree more. Cassel hasn't been the most accurate passer we all know and when the pass is farther, the less accurate it becomes. We are just fine right now where we are with our offense in my opinion and adding Moss, like him or not, would mess with whatever chemistry we have as an offense. Hell, if our receivers would have caught a few more passes, I think we would have won 2 more games.:D