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    Default KC Star : Gonzalez plans return to Chiefs unless he hears the R word (rebuild)


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    Tony Gonzalez will soon make his annual postseason trip to Hawaii to play in the Pro Bowl. Upon his return, he should have a better idea about which direction the Chiefs are headed.

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    Somebody hire a detail to follow Tony around and mug anybody who even begins to say anything that remotely sounds like the "R" word.

    I love Tony and would love to see him back in red and gold next year. Thing is, it sounds like the only way Tony will stay is if Herm, Chan, and co. are still here next year... yikes! Talk about the rock and hard place...
    Thanks for all the yards, TDs, and memories, Priest!

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    Listen to the Chiefs main man! Keep Herm..
    The only Racing Team that matters-HENDRICK MotorSports. 24\48\88\5.. I need another! :please: :
    I'm out..

    1 Free "Get Out Of Mancard Violation" earned by braving The Black Hole as The Chiefs redeemed themselves.

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    I guess I'm in a forgiving or patient mood today. IF Herm gets to have another crack at this thing next year, I really do hope that he can at least save his career. Make no mistake, the guy has deservedly been the focus of many Chief-fans' ire of the last two seasons and personally, I despise him as a coach at this point. However, as a person, Herm seems like a morally upstanding individual and I would never wish him and his family ill. Even if things don't work out with the Chiefs, I hope he finds success and security for his family in the future. It would be sad to see him ruined after the low-point in his career. Certainly, fair evaluation of his ability to lead this team is in order but I try not to kick a man while he's down. Maybe Herm could become a good college coach after he leaves Kansas City.
    Thanks for all the yards, TDs, and memories, Priest!

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