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texaschief
04-25-2007, 03:24 AM
NFL Network reported on tuesday evening that the Chiefs are shopping LJ...but for real. Apparently the strongest suiters are Cleveland, Tennessee, Buffalo, and Green Bay.

I'm sorry, Carl did a good job getting this guy and he's been huge the past two seasons, but this would be outstanding for K.C.!! With the possibility of trading Trent Green, Greg Wesley, and Dante Hall also, we could see a draft anywhere between 10 and 14 players in all trades are made. We may also see more than one first round draft pick, which would be a novel idea considering the Broncos seem to have two first rounders every damn year!!

With 5 starters coming from last year's draft and a best case scenario of double digit players in this year's draft, we could be looking at 8-10 new starters for the '07 season out of just the last 2 years. After letting all these young players play or a season, we go into the '08 draft and pull out another starter or two and we could be looking at a VERY promising 2008 season.

I've said it before, this is the year to build through the draft. we can't afford to let our young studs grow older and older before we become legit.

The Chiefs have a GREAT opportunity here. Let's just pray that Herm and his staff is calling the shots and not Carl's.

Chiefster
04-25-2007, 03:30 AM
This does seem to be more and more like a distinct possibility; now that the buzz around the media is that this is not just a rumor anymore.

Cisco Kid
04-25-2007, 05:57 AM
The Chiefs may need to re-think their approach to the draft now. With Shields and Terry gone a trade of LJ to Buffalo looks solid:



TRADE #1
K.C. to N.O.: (If the trade for RFA CB Jason David/Colts is matched)
Pick #1st/23 and #6th/196


N.O. to K.C.: Picks #1st/27, #4th/125 and #4th/126


TRADE #2
K.C. to Miami: QB Trent Green and pick #4th/126
Miami to K.C.: Picks #2nd/60 and #6th/181


TRADE #3
K.C. to Detroit: DE Jared Allen
Detroit to K.C.: Pick #5th/139 and a conditional 2008 2nd: If Allen is suspended this pick falls to a 3rd round.


TRADE #4
K.C. to Detroit: DT Ryan Sims
Detroit to K.C.: Pick #5th/158


TRADE #5
K.C. to Buffalo: RB Larry Johnson and pick #5th/160
Buffalo to K.C.: Picks #1st/12 and #3rd/74 along with a 2008 3rd (Buffalo's own pick or the Ravens' pick acquired in the trade for McGehee, which ever is highest)


Here would be the Chiefs draft seletion order and picks...


1st/12 OT Joe Staley


1st/27 RG Justin Blalock


2nd/54 RB Brian Leonard


2nd/60 DE Tim Crowder


3rd/74 RB Tony Hunt


3rd/84 SS Sabby Piscitelli or (BA CB)


4th/125 DE Brian Robison


5th/139 OT Jacob Bender


5th/158 DT Jay Alford


6th/181 FB Cory Anderson


7th/231 DE Xzavie Jackson


UDFA


FS Craig Dahl
WR Roy Hall
DT Louis Leonard
DE Jacob Ford
RB Thomas Clayton
OT Elliott Vallejo









CHRIS TERRY IS IN HOT WATER
FOX 5 in Atlanta reports that Chiefs offensive lineman Chris Terry failed to show up for an April 20 hearing in connection with recent assault allegations, and a judge has issued a warrant for his arrest (http://www.myfoxatlanta.com/myfox/pages/Sports/Detail?contentId=3018215&version=1&locale=EN-US&layoutCode=VSTY&pageId=6.1.1).
"He just knocked here in my face," says Foronda Stodgehill. She alleges that Terry hit her with a fistful of cash, and that he then came back and poured a bottle of beer over her head.
Terry's lawyer claims that his client has been out of town, and efforts had been made to postpone the hearing. But given the recent publicity generated by the suspensions of Pacman and Pukeman, and in light of the Commish's new get-tough Personal Conduct Policy, it was beyond idiotic for Terry not to get his butt to the courtroom. And for his lawyer not to explain to him the dire importance of showing up.
Brace yourself, Chris -- given your history, the decision to diss a judge could be enough to result in a one-year ban.

wolfpack
04-25-2007, 11:32 AM
if half of these so-called trades goes down we would have gotten young fast. the trouble is to many rookies willbe starting. i guess the faiders need company in the seller of the west. "rebulding" ususally doesnt happen anymore in the nfl. rebuilding dosnt sell tickets and the bottom line is it is a busness. its hard to justify raising ticket prices every year for a losing team. this maybe a sad year, seen these lean times before,70`s,80`s,but born a chief fan, die a chief fan. just wont like it.

wolfpack
04-25-2007, 11:35 AM
i just wish hermmie knew how to run a offense.

Chiefster
04-25-2007, 12:36 PM
I perfer reloading to rebuilding, however, it is the NFL we're talking about.

Chiefsfan27
04-25-2007, 10:00 PM
[QUOTE=Cisco Kid;7065]
The Chiefs may need to re-think their approach to the draft now. With Shields and Terry gone a trade of LJ to Buffalo looks solid:



TRADE #1
K.C. to N.O.: (If the trade for RFA CB Jason David/Colts is matched)
Pick #1st/23 and #6th/196


N.O. to K.C.: Picks #1st/27, #4th/125 and #4th/126


TRADE #2
K.C. to Miami: QB Trent Green and pick #4th/126
Miami to K.C.: Picks #2nd/60 and #6th/181


TRADE #3
K.C. to Detroit: DE Jared Allen
Detroit to K.C.: Pick #5th/139 and a conditional 2008 2nd: If Allen is suspended this pick falls to a 3rd round.


TRADE #4
K.C. to Detroit: DT Ryan Sims
Detroit to K.C.: Pick #5th/158


TRADE #5
K.C. to Buffalo: RB Larry Johnson and pick #5th/160
Buffalo to K.C.: Picks #1st/12 and #3rd/74 along with a 2008 3rd (Buffalo's own pick or the Ravens' pick acquired in the trade for McGehee, which ever is highest)


Here would be the Chiefs draft seletion order and picks...


1st/12 OT Joe Staley


1st/27 RG Justin Blalock


2nd/54 RB Brian Leonard


2nd/60 DE Tim Crowder


3rd/74 RB Tony Hunt


3rd/84 SS Sabby Piscitelli or (BA CB)


4th/125 DE Brian Robison


5th/139 OT Jacob Bender


5th/158 DT Jay Alford


6th/181 FB Cory Anderson


7th/231 DE Xzavie Jackson


UDFA


FS Craig Dahl
WR Roy Hall
DT Louis Leonard
DE Jacob Ford
RB Thomas Clayton
OT Elliott Vallejo









CHRIS TERRY IS IN HOT WATER
FOX 5 in Atlanta reports that Chiefs offensive lineman Chris Terry failed to show up for an April 20 hearing in connection with recent assault allegations, and a judge has issued a warrant for his arrest (http://www.myfoxatlanta.com/myfox/pages/Sports/Detail?contentId=3018215&version=1&locale=EN-US&layoutCode=VSTY&pageId=6.1.1).
"He just knocked here in my face," says Foronda Stodgehill. She alleges that Terry hit her with a fistful of cash, and that he then came back and poured a bottle of beer over her head.
Terry's lawyer claims that his client has been out of town, and efforts had been made to postpone the hearing. But given the recent publicity generated by the suspensions of Pacman and Pukeman, and in light of the Commish's new get-tough Personal Conduct Policy, it was beyond idiotic for Terry not to get his butt to the courtroom. And for his lawyer not to explain to him the dire importance of showing up.
Brace yourself, Chris -- given your history, the decision to diss a judge could be enough to result in a one-year ban.[/

I like the trades and everything but in your mock draft you didnt have any Wide Receivers. come on, with all those picks we must pick up at least 2

Chiefster
04-26-2007, 04:18 PM
Packers are making an offer for Larry Johnson, but I have no idea what they are offering.

http://story.scout.com/a.z?s=61&p=2&c=638963&ssf=1&RequestedURL=http%3a%2f%2fpackers.scout.com%2f2%2f 638963.html

kenny1937
04-26-2007, 08:02 PM
i just wish hermmie knew how to run a offense.


Me too, wolfpack, I am not sure he knows how to spell it, (grin)

:joker: :smilies_sport15: :character00257:

stlchief
04-27-2007, 12:12 AM
Sure he does: R - U - N - L - J.

Chiefster
04-27-2007, 05:54 AM
Sure he does: R - U - N - L - J.


ROFL Good one!!