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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Chiefs
Much has changed since last year's draft for Chiefs general manager John Dorsey.
Kansas City and San Francisco will have plenty of clout in Honolulu if they don't make it to New Jersey for the Super Bowl.
Redskins wide receiver Aldrick Robinson has enjoyed a dramatic uptick in his playing time -- and his production.
The running joke around Kansas City at the end of last season went something like this: "The Chiefs are so bad" _ pause for effect _ "they can't even stink in the right year."
The joke running through Jacksonville these days carries the same punch line as the one in Kansas City:
Right arm tucked into a black sling, weary eyes betraying a decided lack of sleep, Ben Roethlisberger tried to stay positive after the worst _ and by far the most harrowing _ injury of his career.
Matt Cassel is getting another chance to be the Chiefs' starting quarterback.
Sidney Rice will make his preseason debut for the Seattle Seahawks on Friday night against Kansas City.
The Green Bay Packers aren't perfect. That much was clear even before a surprise loss at Kansas City on Sunday cost them a shot at an undefeated season.
Here's a definitive statement about the NFL: There no longer are statement wins.
Over the past few weeks, Chiefs fans have begun to see why coach Todd Haley was so excited about the free agent acquisition of wide receiver Steve Breaston.
To win in the NFL, it takes more than great players. Teams must have quality backups, too, or at least serviceable ones.
Trent Green knows about paying dues.
The Post Bar and Grill has 16 beers on tap, 22 flat screens and 70 fantasy leagues. Even better, all three of the state's football teams are actually watchable.
Browns backup quarterback Seneca Wallace is starting Cleveland's home opener against Kansas City in place of Jake Delhomme.