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By NickheadKCAU

i think so at least.

maybe it doesn’t happen until the season starts, but…

he’s worth more to say ‘buffalo’ as a starter, than kc as a backup.

he’s one of the highest paid backups for a reason, and the chiefs need space for houston.

i am surprised his name has not came up, even after the draft.

its just kc cant keep daniels if they want to keep houston. Read more…

By brdempsey69

For those that never got to see the full game that the Chiefs won against the Vikings 23-7, on January 11, 1970, well here is your chance. Somebody was kind enough to upload the entire broadcast (game, commercials, and half-time show) to YouTube. It’s broken into two parts — the 1st half and the 2nd half. The video’s are in black & white (sorry, but I can’t do anything about that), and the audio is kind of hissy. But it is certainly better than nothing.

The 1st half can be viewed here:

The 2nd half can be viewed here:

It really frosts me Read more…

By Darin Gantt

The Jets are just as patriotic as anybody else, I’m sure. But it’s easier to wave the red, white and blue when it comes with a healthy dose of green. According to Christopher Baxter and Jonathan Salant of NJ.com, the New Jersey Army National Guard and the Department of Defense paid the Jets a total of…
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By CabbageHATCHkid

Has stated once his name is cleared he will be looking for a competetive team with a young offense that he can play tackle on.

I hope this isn’t me being a chief homer but I have to think Kansas City is on his radar. We have a stud defense with a very well rounded offense only lacking in the position he would play for us. I would be bery excited if we could land him. Also I have to think Big Red will play a part in this ordeal. If Collins takes a visit to KC I think Reid Read more…

By Mike Florio

When it comes to employment disputes involving individuals teams, the NFL traditionally stacks the deck in its favor, forcing disgruntled employees to agree to arbitration — with the Commissioner of the league presiding. Last week, the Missouri Supreme Court delivered what could become a fatal blow to the league’s obsession with allowing a non-lawyer to…
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