too old? did you see Larry Johnson, the Kids the future of this team and i couldn't be happier. The line is getting old but as people leave (Riley,Tait,Zsott and such) they get replaced, (roaf, bober and such) plus they are developing they're own guys. This liine is like the broncos, certain players fit the system and those players benefit from the system.
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Ripcord wrote:too old? did you see Larry Johnson, the Kids the future of this team and i couldn't be happier. The line is getting old but as people leave (Riley,Tait,Zsott and such) they get replaced, (roaf, bober and such) plus they are developing they're own guys. This liine is like the broncos, certain players fit the system and those players benefit from the system.
I hope you weren't referring to Roaf as a fuse of youthful energy?!
But I agree. So long as Green holds up, they will be fine. And their defense with Bell, Surtain, (Law) and Johnson should be much, much better.
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Canadian_Cheesehead wrote:I read that this is total BS on profootballtalk.com. I didn't bother linking it b/c PFT is not exactly a reliable source.
Well, no reason to even bring it up if you don't want people to know PFT's take ...
POSTED 10:39 a.m. EDT; LAST UPDATED 12:05 p.m. EDT, July 16, 2005
RUMORS OF CHIEFS, LAW DEAL ARE BOGUS
We received several e-mails on Friday from readers in the Kansas City area regarding rumors of an impending deal between the Chiefs and free-agent cornerback Ty Law.
Specifically, a local radio station reportedly is reporting that the Chiefs and Law "have agreed in principle to a contract pending Law pass [sic] a physical showing that he is able to play on opening day" (whatever in the hell that means).
Wrong, says a source close to the action.
Per the source, the Chiefs and Law's agents "touch base periodically to see where he is in his rehab, etc., but there's been nothing more going on than that."
The Chiefs have signed Ashley Ambrose as a short-term replacement for Eric Warfield, who will serve a four-game suspension resulting from a 2004 DUI incident. When Warfield returns, Ambrose likely slides to the nickel back role in a defense that already includes cornerback Patrick Surtain.
According to the source, Law would land in Kansas City only if/when he abandons efforts for a long-term deal and opts to sign somewhere on a short-term basis for a shot at big money in 2006.
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I listned to Ty Law on ESPN radio today and he laughed at the KC reports...He said " thhey have a good CB who they paid a lot of money for in POat surtain....they can't afford me and we have no deals on the table"
Ty Law isn't signed anywhere just yet
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