He'd be a good fit somewhere like SF, where we have the rookie Taylor Mays who plays more like a SS anyhow.
The 49ers own my heart, but the Chiefs will always hold a better than neutral spot for giving my favorite player a place to leave with grace...
What upsets me about this story is that it reflects there's some conflict, drama, or 'head games' for self benefit being played behind the scenes. Overall the off season tone has been positive, this public announcement sends a negative message. I hate it, we've had too many negative attitudes among the team in the past few years, some justified no doubt under the CP reign. Nevertheless a negative attitude is a Cancer not only in the locker room, but in the media too, of which influences even more negativity towards the Chiefs among media. They thrive on any negativity...worthy or not.
No turning back now, it's out...they need to eliminate Page as quickly as possible, not allow this to drag on, such as was the case with Gonzalez. Let him go before his negative attitude spreads affecting the positive attitudes going into the 2010 season. Negativity has a way of overshadowing positive in all aspects.
"Official Chiefs Crowd / Historian/Correspondent / Ambassador"
"The greatest accomplishment is not in never falling, but in rising again after you fall. The real glory is being knocked to your knees and then coming back. That's real glory. That's the essence of it." ~Vince Lombardi~