Teicher, Adam
January 2006
Sporting News;1/13/2006, Vol. 230 Issue 2, p45
The article analyzes the performance of the players of the football team Kansas City Chiefs. Much will depend on the direction Dick Vermeil's successor wants to take the team, but the lineup might not change much. There are two regulars scheduled to be free agents, but both players--FB Tony Richardson and DT Lional Dalton--can be replaced. All the defensive starters except Dalton and LB Kendrell Bell likely will return. Bell was an underachiever and could be replaced by former starter Shawm Barber. RG Will Shields, a key lineman, might retire.


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