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    well the trade deadline has came and gone and tony is not going anywhere the big news of the day was roy williams to dallas (who cares)but for tony i kind of feel bad he wanted it pretty bad and carl denied

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    surtain,harris and lj are all still chiefs. LJ `s trail for slapping that woman hurt him.
    i can remember what a chief super bowl team looks like! ......

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    Carl could care a less about Tony or any other player on this team. All he cares about is his wallet and the bottom line.
    SHUT IT

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bike View Post
    Carl could care a less about Tony or any other player on this team. All he cares about is his wallet and the bottom line.
    well said

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    Whew, what a relief he is staying. I would have been said to see him go. Today at work a few Eagles fans were gloating to me in anticipation of thinking the Eagles might acquire TG. That would have really depressed me! (Whitlock had it right the other day when he said Andy Reid and the Eagles executives insist on giving Donovan McNabb bums to throw to. The Eagles do lead the league in most dropped passes. And T.O. was really their only elite receiver of this whole Andy Reid decade).

    This is good news to come home to. :)

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    Definetely good news for us fans. Bad news for Tony.
    SHUT IT

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bike View Post
    Definetely good news for us fans. Bad news for Tony.
    It isn't good news for us, Bike; the fact that he is staying isn't going to change the fact that the chiefs are a sucky team that won't even be able to be a wild card this year much less be in the play-offs. Sure we will be seeing great catches only because he is an honorable man.We will be seeing a heart-broken man doing his obligations to the chiefs.
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    the cowgirls sure gave alot for williams
    i can remember what a chief super bowl team looks like! ......

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    The writing is on the wall...Either Tony retires at the end of this season or he moves on to another team in the off season. I think Tony sent a pretty clear signal to management that he isn't sticking around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greg3564 View Post
    The writing is on the wall...Either Tony retires at the end of this season or he moves on to another team in the off season. I think Tony sent a pretty clear signal to management that he isn't sticking around.
    I agree. Tony is the consumate professional, though. I think he'll play as hard as he ever has even though he will probably not be a Chief at the end of this year.
    BTW Greg, looking forward to the game next saturday!!
    SHUT IT

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