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    I am 100% behind Scott Pioli and Mr. Hunt... I couldn't get the article to load though.

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    Link did not work for me, But I agree with the Title of Thread.

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    Link did not work for me, But I agree with the Title of Thread.
    Link didn't work for me either.


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    Quote Originally Posted by chiefsrule View Post
    They have tons of money to spend and a chance to make us a really good team. BUT we have Clark Hunt who I still think has Piolis hands tied and now have us known as the KC Cheaps.
    I will disagree, considering if Clark was concerned about being "cheap", he certainly wouldn't have paid to bring a legendary GM to KC. I can guarantee Scott Pioli wasn't "cheap" to hire. Furthermore, we drafted Eric Berry at $60 million, making him the highest paid Safety in the NFL. Neither of those two facts alone add up to Clark being "cheap". Clark wants a KC Super Bowl, and I believe is willing to do whatever is possible legally to do just that. He wants to make his father proud following in Lamar's footsteps, but he also wants recognition in his own right, respectably.

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