Camp Practice Update 8/3 A.M.

From River Falls, Wisconsin

It was the fourth practice in three days for the Chiefs and Todd Haley was happy with how his team fought through the sore muscles.

“This is generally when everybody is a little bit sore and everybody is feeling a little bit sorry for themselves, but I thought we pushed through OK,” Haley said. “This afternoon will be very telling about how we are doing.”

The morning workout was in full pads and at times got very physical, especially in those segments where the Chiefs worked on the running game. The offensive coaching staff now has a guy who might be as loud as defensive line coach Tim Krumrie, and that’s offensive line coach Bill Muir.

RT Damion McIntosh returned to work and Muir had several barbs pointed in his direction. Same for rookie free agent LT Cameron Goldberg out of Duke.

Haley continued to be demanding of his players, jumping all over RB Jackie Battle when he allowed the ball to be knocked out of his hands. This came after the play was over and Battle was going back to the huddle. Haley didn’t care. “You’ve got to protect the ball all the way back to the huddle offensive guys,” the coach yelled.

McIntosh was back from the NFI List, leaving only LB Demorrio Williams still on that list. Haley would not address the absence of TEs Brad Cottam and Tony Curtis. “I’ll only talk about the players who are practicing,” Haley said. No word yet on why this duo was not on the field for the workout. They were not with the rehab team as well.

UPDATE: Cottam has his right ankle heavily taped as he heads to the dining hall for lunch.

More notes and observations from the morning practice:

- Haley and his staff  continue to be tough on those players making mental  mistakes. When LT Branden Albert jumped  on the first play of a drill, he was sent for a 200-yard run and replaced for the rest of that drill by Barry Richardson.

- K Ryan Succop was three for four on his FG attempts. His first try hit the left upright from 35 yards. He then made kicks of 30, 42 and 44 yards. The long snapper for all four kicks was Tanner Purdum.

- With Cottam and Curtis out, and rookie Jake O’Connell still on the PUP List and working with the rehab team, that left just two tight ends available: Sean Ryan and rookie Tom Crabtree. FB Jed Collins moved to tight end for part of the practice to work with the group.

- Ryan got most of the snaps with the No. 1 offense and took advantage of his opportunities. He made a very nice catch over his head and down the field when QB Matt Cassel was flushed from the pocket and throwing on the run.

- The list of those not practicing: O’Connell, Cottam, Curtis, G Edwin Harrison (right leg), ILB Derrick Johnson (right hamstring), DE Glenn Dorsey (left shin), RB Kolby Smith (right knee) and LB Demorrio Williams (?).

- In one of the running drills, OLB Tamba Hali came off the edge and his collision with pulling RG Mike Goff could be heard all t hew ay to the Twin Cities. Goff ended up on the ground.

- In the pass rush-protection drill, rookie LB Jovan Belcher went head-to-head with McIntosh and took two of the three snaps. On the third, he ran McIntosh over with a bull rush, with the veteran tackle landing on his behind. Impressive power from Belcher.

- In the one-on-one pass protection-rush, NT Tank Tyler and LB Brian Waters had a great battle for three snaps; neither one had the advantage … rookie DE Alex Magee had several nice rushes against Wade Smith, Darryl Harris and Goldberg; Magee beat Smith with the same move he beat him with in yesterday’s practice and he got Goldberg on a nice spin move …  at RT Herb Taylor had a nice series against DE Wallace Gilberry, taking two of the three snaps and working the third to a draw … Hali ran around Richardson at one point, but the tackle came back to put in two nice snaps against the outside linebacker.

- Working as kickoff returners during the session were six p layers: Rodney Wright, Maurice Leggett, Taurus Johnson, Jackie Bates, Londen Fryar and Ricky Price.

- In his  part of the team work, Cassel was six-for-six in throwing, including hitting that nice throw on the run to Ryan. Brodie Croyle got the snaps with the second-unit offense and hit two of three throws. The only incompletion was a pass to WR Rodney Wright that was broken up on a nice play by FS Jon McGraw. Tyler Thigpen was two for two on his three plays.

- Haley had the offense work two series of plays where they began 1st and 10 at their own 1-yard line. On the first play, Cassel went deep to WR Dwayne Bowe, but CB Brandon Flowers had nice coverage and broke up the play. When Croyle got his chance, he was able to move the offense out of the hole and got a first down.


67 Responses to “Camp Practice Update 8/3 A.M.”

  • August 3, 2009  - Rin Tin Tin says:

    Real Rin ® :) daddy-o sez

    “This is generally when everybody is a little bit sore and everybody is feeling a little bit sorry for themselves, but I thought we pushed through OK,” Haley said. “This afternoon will be very telling about how we are doing.”

    The only one who is sore is Haley’s ‘buttocks’ from all the sha-lackings he is gonna be taking from the media after going 0-16.

    :)


  • August 3, 2009  - Rin Tin Tin says:

    “QB Matt Cassel was flushed from the pocket and throwing on the run”

    Perhaps the mutt can throw on the run as one, ‘T Thigs’ does so nicely. *cough* ahem number 1 qb *cough*

    “T-Thigz” will emerge as the true jewel amongst another feeble effort. (0-16)

    Real Rin over and out!

    ;)


  • August 3, 2009  - Canofbier says:

    Christ, I don’t understand how everyone regards Rin so highly when at least half his posts are worthless trolls.


  • August 3, 2009  - alex k says:

    Thanks for the update Bob,

    Im content with the concept of the O holding the ball like that, means we wont be one of those teams that gives up early on a play, hes making his players mentally tough, offensively, and defensively where they get their hands on the ball even less.


  • August 3, 2009  - SG says:

    “Impressive power from Belcher.”

    Or…sign of a scary problem with regard to D-Mac…?


  • August 3, 2009  - SG says:

    “10:24 AM – LB Mike Vrabel took some extra time yesterday to work on pass rush moves with defensive line coach Tim Krumrie. The work seems to have paid off as Vrabel look impressive on several one-on-one rush drills against the offensive tackles.”

    Scott, This one’s for you…from the Mothership.


  • August 3, 2009  - Blake says:

    The Chiefs staff held a closed tryout after morning practice today. Media members were not allowed to enter the Ramer Field complex where the tryouts were taking place, but one player was seen passing balls, three players receiving balls and at least two linemen practicing drills. None of the players trying out were in pads. Team security turned away anyone who attempted to watch the tryouts from a distance, obviously trying to keep the identities of the players involved a secret. From River Falls site.

    So one QB, 3 WRs, and 2 linemen for tryouts today.


  • August 3, 2009  - DanKCFan says:

    I see sackintosh was in the same spot as he was last year on his butt. I sure hope he gets cut.


  • August 3, 2009  - rich gannon says:

    go thiggy!


  • August 3, 2009  - Rin Tin Tin says:

    Canofbier says:

    ” Christ, I don’t understand how everyone regards Rin so highly when at least half his posts are worthless trolls ”

    Real Rin ® , in case you forgot, is single-handedly bringing you the truth (no matter how many onion heads deny).

    Speaking of onion heads, professor ‘check’ must be a doglover with all his ‘pups’. As the great Ryan ‘La’ Fever once said, ” Do not weigh an onion by its stench, but by it’s merit”

    I advise you ‘O-H’ (onion heads) to pay heed.

    ‘RR’ ;)

    out


  • August 3, 2009  - SG says:

    “So one QB, 3 WRs, and 2 linemen for tryouts today.”

    Ahh Hackett had his tryout perhaps?


  • August 3, 2009  - findthedr says:

    thanks for the info Blake!

    McIntosh’s problem is he is too top heavy.


  • August 3, 2009  - Aaron says:

    Honestly Rin I have a question. Where does all this animosity towards the Chiefs come from? If you were a real fan you would move on and support them. Obviously you have some unnatural emotional attachment to Carl and Herm. Where does that come from?


  • August 3, 2009  - SG says:

    “Real Rin ® , in case you forgot, is single-handedly bringing you the truth…” that “Rin don’t care if they win 12 Lombardi trophies…” “Herm’s the man…”

    ’search’ & ‘check’ affirming…that Rin doesn’t need any onion-head help…to invalidate
    his own viewpoint.


  • August 3, 2009  - SG says:

    “- Haley and his staff continue to be tough on those players making mental mistakes. When LT Branden Albert jumped on the first play of a drill, he was sent for a 200-yard run and replaced for the rest of that drill by Barry Richardson.”

    Awesome approach!

    “- K Ryan Succop was three for four on his FG attempts. His first try hit the left upright from 35 yards. He then made kicks of 30, 42 and 44 yards.”

    One wonders if he should start having to run when he misses. Woulda worked well for just about every kicker that’s been on this roster post-Nick Lowery.


  • August 3, 2009  - Aaron says:

    Question #2 Rin. Funny how you know enough to create your faggoty emoticons but don’t know enough to create your own website. I guess you realize you wouldn’t get much traffic…hence the reason you decided to take over the message boards of Bob’s site which actually has an objective opinion


  • August 3, 2009  - Rin Tin Tin says:

    And now the 1ST POST THIS BLOG from the Real Rin ® :cool: daddy-o (EVERY ONE BEFORE THIS FROM MY REVERENTIAL IMPOSTERS…THEY DIG HE THAT IS ME – ONLY, THEY CAN’T BLOG LIKE ME!!! heh heh heh! )

    - – - – -

    Real Rin ® :cool: daddy-o sez to alex k

    Psst, hey al…yet another not so good report on your man-crush Lawrence (and now, appears his bad habits are starting to wear off on others, to wit regards SP TEAMS (where QT’s slim & none frame as well hopes lie) -

    “Some players needed the drill explained more than once. Rookie wide receiver Quinten Lawrence and rookie linebacker Corey Smith recquired a little extra attention.”

    Uh oh…

    - – - – -

    And on offense your wunderkind; “Rookie receiver Quinten Lawrence jumped offside, and a coach hollered, “Get him out of there!”

    Nice; practice squad here Q come…

    - – - – -

    Otherwise, the usual – more fun with Krum on the d-line, more evidence that Croyle be better than Mutt or Thigpen, appears.

    Rolling to the left “The quarterbacks met on field 2 to throw balls at the target screen. Croyle went 1-5 from the left. Tyler Thigpen went 0-5, and Matt Cassel went 0-3.

    Ingle Martin was able to hit the lower of the three targets, allowing him to go 1-5 from the left.”

    You mean Ingle did better than the $63 million dollar man Mutt?

    Yes, that’s what it means.

    - – - – -

    Rolling to the right “Things were a little more positive looking when the quarterbacks moved to rolling to the right. Croyle hit the middle target twice, going 2-4. Thigpen continued to struggle from the right, going 0-4. Martin was able to hit both the upper and lower targets, finishing 2-3 from the right side. Cassel hit the middle target once, ending with a 1-5 record on the right.”

    TOTALS: Martin 3 for 8 / Croyle 3 for 9 / Cassell 1 for 8 / Thigpen 0 for 9 – stop hanging around with Mutt, Tyler… he’s rubbing off on you.

    - – - – -

    Conclusion: give up Mutt/turn in the Wonderbra, you don’t need it; you’re gonna be a big bust.

    - – - – -

    Time :roll: Monday, 1:02 p.m. CST – Day 4 “The Fugitive”… and to borrow from nee paraphrase from another classic episode “Twilight Zone” – “NO TY – NO TY AT ALL!”

    :lol:


  • August 3, 2009  - Canofbier says:

    Thanks Real Rin, I knew that other ‘faker’ couldn’t possibly be you with his atrocious use of language.


  • August 3, 2009  - Niblick says:

    DJ Hackett, the receiver released by Carolina, was supposed to be in for a tryout today. That’s the only name I had heard. I’m not sure he has much left in the tank, but I guess he’s worth a look.


  • August 3, 2009  - Rin Tin Tin says:

    Thanks Canofbier.

    SG, you know better than to mistake those ‘eunuch’ posts for Real Rin :cool: daddy-o!

    As for Aaron, ‘faggoty’? I leave you to your area of study nee expertise – don’t mess with the bull son, you’ll get the horns…

    :lol:


  • August 3, 2009  - SG says:

    “SG, you know better…”

    Rolling to the left “Rin don’t care if they win 12 Lombardi trophies…”

    Rolling to the right “Herm’s the man…”

    Same result “he ran…” daddy-o! “over with a bull rush”

    Feel free to sharpen the rapier and we’ll duel again later.


  • August 3, 2009  - Stiv says:

    .
    I see the village idiot is having fun today.


  • August 3, 2009  - alex k says:

    Rin took your *** to school SG and he whupped it all the way there.


  • August 3, 2009  - truthful T says:

    Agreed. There is no comparison between the Real Rin Tin Tin and the imposter.

    Real Rin in a runaway.


  • August 3, 2009  - Stiv says:

    I know. I just get so tired of Real Rin always being better than everyone else which he is of course.


  • August 3, 2009  - alex k says:

    So a guy goes offsides, and its a sign that he cant make the team? Wow Rin, nice pick up there.

    And Succop, I can post just as many positive remarks made via twitter by kc media that is all on the arrowhead pride review of the AM practice.

    Q Lawrence, Im not sure why you hate him so much, I dont think you understand what Todd Haley is doing, hes making his players mentally tough, hes testing Lawrence to see what he is made of, we will see, but his speed alone makes his a viable candidate to make the roster….Someone MUST spread the field….If you see his returns in College, the guy can fly, he runs in the 4.2 range….Now, Alexander wright and James Jett had speed but werent good recievers, yet to write off Lawrence this quickly…is pretty silly.

    But I must say, the concept of going offsides means a guy cant play…WoW rin.

    At this point, I dont see a reason to respond to you anymore, mostly because there are so many of these real rin fake rin, not fake rin…that its just not worth reading anything from a Rin name.


  • August 3, 2009  - Rin Tin Tin says:

    Real Rin ® :cool: daddy-o sez -

    Stiv, don’t call SG “the village idiot” – he’s on an island (or at best up the creek sans a paddle.)

    :lol:


  • August 3, 2009  - KCSam says:

    Jus came to this site, all I see is fantastic writing and a bunch of complaining from the comments.

    This is practice, im ok with you overreacting to what happens in practice.

    I just dont get that you can call a guy a bust or not worthy of a spot this fast.

    Not to mention, why not just discuss football, instead of whatever the village idiot talks about.(rin)

    I hope Bob makes people pay, to get rid of the non chief fans(rin)


  • August 3, 2009  - Rin Tin Tin says:

    Real Rin ® :cool: daddy-o sez, reply to alex k -

    “So a guy goes offsides, and its a sign that he cant make the team?”

    - no – under the ‘check’ :roll: “any 22 will do” plan that player will be the team Captain likely.

    “Wow Rin, nice pick up there.”

    - don’t mention it stubby; you let Rin handle the heavy lifting for you re: Chiefs insight…

    “And Succop, I can post just as many positive remarks made via twitter by kc media that is all on the arrowhead pride review of the AM practice.”

    - I didn’t mention Succop – that was ‘fake’ Rin who is a eunuch by way manhood as well literacy…

    “Q Lawrence, Im not sure why you hate him so much”

    - Rin Tin Tin doesn’t ‘hate’ QL or anyone; Rin merely stated awhile back he didn’t believe QL would make the 53 man team – then, YOU took it upon yourself to champion him…so let’s don’t rewrite history al, ‘kay?

    “I dont think you understand what Todd Haley is doing”

    - :roll: doesn’t either so it’s working out well for everyone concerned…

    “hes making his players mentally tough, hes testing Lawrence to see what he is made of, we will see, but his speed alone makes his a viable candidate to make the roster….Someone MUST spread the field….If you see his returns in College, the guy can fly, he runs in the 4.2 range….Now, Alexander wright and James Jett had speed but werent good recievers, yet to write off Lawrence this quickly…is pretty silly.”

    - lovely, just…lovely, al.

    Rin already knew all that and still believes QL will NOT make the 53 man. So sue me…

    “But I must say, the concept of going offsides means a guy cant play…WoW rin.”

    - is your monitor light on al? What about the ‘other’ light?

    “At this point, I dont see a reason to respond to you anymore, mostly because there are so many of these real rin fake rin, not fake rin…that its just not worth reading anything from a Rin name.:cool: daddy-o sez -”

    - well, Real Rin ® :cool: daddy-o isn’t concerned with whether anyone replies or not, al; you know the drill as Rin’s said afore: He that is I write for me. If anyone wants to converse, let er rip – if not, fine and dandy.

    When/if the user name system/pay subscription is implemented all the ‘fake’ me’s, you’s & however many others I do not know, will be history.

    We agree to disagree…but always remember, Rin doesn’t hate you or anyone – it’s just that… well, He’s better than everyone else.

    :lol: ‘search’ :shock: & ‘check’ :roll: affirming


  • August 3, 2009  - Rin Tin Tin says:

    Real Rin ® :cool: daddy-o sez reply to KCSam -

    Takes all kinds and opines for and against as Bob G has stated – agree or argue he has said. So, if you or your opines Chiefs can’t take the heat nee are not shared by all who will critique…

    Rin has his wallet open/ready for Bob G to plunder…

    :lol:


  • August 3, 2009  - ChuckDiesel says:

    Bob I don’t know if your blog has this kind of technology yet, but a lot of blogs do where you can thumbs up good posts and thumbs down bad ones. And if there are enough thumbs down, it will hide posts that are irrelevant or that do not advance the topic along.

    I feel like this would be a great addition to your website. Thanks


  • August 3, 2009  - Aaron says:

    Way to dodge all my questions. I guess you simply have no answers for them


  • August 3, 2009  - Aaron says:

    I’m asking you to be a man and answer my questions.

    1. Why don’t you have your own site? Do you not know how to program it/set it up?

    2. Whats your relationship to Herm and Carl. Any real Chiefs fan would move on and try and be optimistic about the upcoming season. Instead you insist on calling the current staff and players names while giving no evidence or proof that would say Herm and Carl could do any better. Why are you so in love with the idea of Herm and Carl running the Chiefs???


  • August 3, 2009  - Rin Tin Tin says:

    “thumbs up good posts and thumbs down bad ones”

    - well, that’s a sinister way to make all of SG’s posts invisible/disappear, but…

    :cool: dadddy-o


  • August 3, 2009  - Rin Tin Tin says:

    Rather Dan, what’s the frequency Kenneth?

    :cool: daddy-o


  • August 3, 2009  - gorillafan says:

    KCsam,

    welcome the the best site for chiefs news and welcome the the worst site for blogging about chiefs news.

    A few others have ruined it, and actually I would puch them right in the mouth if I seen them.

    please feel free to post, others have left, some still here and dont reply to the “others”. They will just post under your name and they will drag it on all day.

    come again, atleast it worth readings bobs articles everyday!!


  • August 3, 2009  - alex k says:

    my name is not Al, Rin…the reason why people think you hate everyone? you are flat out rude to people, and try to put them down to make yourself feel better.

    anytime a good point is made that destroys your argument, you just say, Lovely, and pass it off with a bunch of blabber.

    I didnt CROWN or KING Lawrence, I said the guy has speed, I explained WHY he will make this team, making the 53 man roster is far different, from me saying hes a pro bowler…

    I said hed make the team, not hawaii…and I said he would score 2-3 times via Cassel…thats it…and if you think thats putting someone on a pedestal, or making them a KING, then ok, I guess his 2-3 Td’s and return skills grant him Rin’s Approval.

    why keep dodging me when I make a good point, then simply mocking the person for making that point?

    What does it matter, I want to discuss football, you want to discuss YOU, and how AL is Lovely..

    Such a waste of time..if you just talked football, and realized that people have their own opinions, and you arent always right, it may work here on this board

    Will Lawrence make this team? I think so, but im not going to say he will because im always right….thats just being a pompous ass.


  • August 3, 2009  - alex k says:

    Oh, and enough on the haley bashing, seriously, ENOUGH

    Herm=6 wins in 2 years
    Haley=we will see over the next 2 years, but Im pretty darn sure itll be more than 6 wins. Oh right, but more than 6 means its edwards’ players and nothing to do with coach haley, less than 6 means Haley cant coach edwards’ amazing talented players.(what a moronic outlook) Those players who won 2 games last year? Nice.

    Cassel over Thigpen
    Lawrence wins KR
    Succop becomes the KC kicker for the next 4-5 years

    Just my OPINIONS, not FACTS

    However, your outlook on Haley vs Edwards, is ridiculous, and that IS a fact.


  • August 3, 2009  - jimbo says:

    I am going on a gut feeling & am officially declaring tomorrow as “Tyson Tuesday”.

    With him in camp on Wednesday. Whew… I already feel better.

    Hang in there alex k. the tin dog does’nt deal well with common sense. He will simply wear you out.


  • August 3, 2009  - leo says:

    Rin, you are borish, and tiresome. You try to make people think you are inteeligent. You are not. For god’s sake put the dictionary down.


  • August 3, 2009  - gorillafan says:

    alex k

    I agree with jimbo, but ignore him and he cant wear you out!!

    And jimbo, hope your right about tommorrow, but I dont think it will happen. Lets hope I am wrong. (like I usually am) ha


  • August 3, 2009  - SG says:

    “I hope Bob makes people pay, to get rid of the non chief fans(rin)”

    The fans referred to can subscribe and have already offered to.

    Rin’s fun to trade jabs with – afterall, if he can argue successfully “down is up” and “up is down” (e.g. ‘Herm is the man’) without much resistance, that doesn’t say much for the rest of us, does it? Sometimes he protects his arguments like we perceive KC’s 2008 OL protected Brodie/LJ/Huard…but watch out as he’ll be like LJ and sneak in one for 60 yards and a TD.

    Whichever people get jabbed by Rin, simply get back up and bring your “A” game next time. Assume he’ll try to refute you and ignore it if you need.


  • August 3, 2009  - Rin Tin Tin says:

    Real Rin ® :cool: daddy-o IN reply to…well, you know –

    “my name is not Al”

    - ok, not Al…what is it you do or do not want?

    “Rin”

    - yes, al(ex)?

    “the reason why people think you hate everyone?”

    - because of my malice afore-thoughts epitomized by a rapacious narrative fury… just my guess.

    “you are flat out rude to people, and try to put them down to make yourself feel better.”

    - alex…baby…if Rin has to tell you one must pick & choose nee distinguish between tit & tat, truth/taunt, the rapier wit be my style & “the everyman” yours/others etc., well…He just did.

    Sgt. Hulka / ‘Stripes’ – “Lighten up al-ex.”

    “anytime a good point is made that destroys your argument, you just say, Lovely, and pass it off with a bunch of blabber.”

    - should said happen wouldst be the first time; you as others mistake an exhalation declaration yours for Magna Carta mine embrace – alas, I am so very French & the former be so British, boys.

    Perhaps Rin missed your one good- oh my, was it more than one point? Perhaps you can destroy me again with said nee refresh memory mine? That I would not still be supine had your leveling me transpired as you imagine/fantasize, obvious.

    “I didnt CROWN or KING Lawrence, I said the guy has speed, I explained WHY he will make this team, making the 53 man roster is far different, from me saying hes a pro bowler.”

    - did Rin say that you did? No, He did not- you ‘PERCEIVED’ said, something quite different and non sequitur from what Rin’s proffers meted.

    This troubles me, your perceptions as twere…do you go to bed with a headache at night, and wake with one ‘gain each & every morning?

    Just imagining being aboard your train of thought makes Rin want to find that emergency brake box & then pull it – conductor, let me off NOW!

    Rin’s perceptions too wouldst become draconian via capture empty foyer windows your mind’s eye.

    “I said hed make the team, not hawaii…and I said he would score 2-3 times via Cassel…thats it…and if you think thats putting someone on a pedestal, or making them a KING, then ok, I guess his 2-3 Td’s and return skills grant him Rin’s Approval.”

    - again, you imagine and/or perceive all of this YOURSELF- show me quotes wherein Rin said ANY of it; Rin is not Tom Bodette but he will leave the lights on for you anyway.

    “why keep dodging me when I make a good point, then simply mocking the person for making that point?”

    - there you see, we’ve located the problem yours: when do/did/have you, ever? What you believe is a good point or naught be diametrically opposite of what Rin considers said, unquestionably.

    As for mocking?, style as Rin blogs be His choice just as yours be thine; to wit, have you ever/no, you’ve not ever heard Rin Tin Tin complain as to HOW another blogger writes for truth be Rin could not possibly care less; this be a blog not a test of Chiefs citizenship nor cheerleader tryouts.

    “What does it matter, I want to discuss football, you want to discuss YOU, and how AL is Lovely.”

    - (cue The Left Banke) “And when I see the sign that points one way, the lot we used to pass by
    every day, just walk away Renee (alex) you won’t see me follow you back home, the empty sidewalks on my block are not the same you’re not to blame.”

    “Such a waste of time..”

    - and yet so nice of you to make some to discuss this waste of said…thank you. It makes me feel even more special (in a non-educational manner.)

    “if you just talked football, and realized that people have their own opinions, and you arent always right, it may work here on this board.”

    - as Rin is ‘a’ nee THE authority, for how long now have you hated authority figures… al(ex)? You see, people – as you – PERCEIVE that Rin is right and then try and claim Rin authored those remarks. The fact is you & other people believe Rin is right – that is where and why such angst exists. If not, why wouldn’t you/anyone just let Rin’s remarks pass un-noted?

    As Rin has said afore He has no need to do any more than blog – others lift Him up a pedestal.

    You see not Al, as Rin has said many times afore that He works alone, and does not curry favor by trying to ‘fit in’ or be ‘one of the boys’, THAT is what bothers some folks. Rin may be an enigma and a Maverick…but to His own self always true.

    Does Rin say things tongue in cheek? To be sure. Does He honestly believe that He knows/has more insight most every other? Unquestionably. What you call said is your choice…Rin calls it His prerogative.

    “Will Lawrence make this team? I think so, but im not going to say he will because im always right….thats just being a pompous ass.”

    - well, you’ve certainly painted yourself into a corner, appears – mute the one just to spite the ass at another… this may be the reason why you feel so poorly all the time, not Al…

    :lol:


  • August 3, 2009  - SG says:

    “I am going on a gut feeling & am officially declaring tomorrow as “Tyson Tuesday”.

    Bring it on — afterall, he needs to be in practice and he still has to pass the conditioning test.


  • August 3, 2009  - SG says:

    “- well, that’s a sinister way to make all of SG’s posts invisible/disappear, but…”

    I’m tempted to take and work out a series of posts to put on here comparing Haley with Herm just to stir things up. Hopefully some people will have something substantive to refute it.


  • August 3, 2009  - Rin Tin Tin says:

    leo, you doth protest too much for one so convinced otherwise…

    Do you oft stop in the middle of the day yours at the local theatre and shout at the marquee what’s currently playing – “I renounce you – be gone – I have no time for you!”

    Makes you feel better does it? Alas, the marquee will not listen nee neither either miss a beat as case Rin Tin Tin: now held over by popular demand!

    Your ‘meow’ is worse than your ‘lyin’…

    :cool: daddy-o


  • August 3, 2009  - Rin Tin Tin says:

    Mi gente, lend me your ear! Listen to SG – he knows what it feels like to lose, daily…takes a lickin’ and keeps on tickin’; alas – he’s ne’er right even once a day…gets clocked often though.

    :cool: daddy-o


  • August 3, 2009  - Rin Tin Tin says:

    SG said

    “I’m tempted”

    - as history proves, Snake be greater than Eve’s impulse… Rin to win.

    :cool: daddy-o


  • August 3, 2009  - Jim Lloyd+ says:

    In speaking in terms of good mental health and not so good , one has to understand that talking to yourself is OK .
    But it is not OK if you start answering or talking back .
    Rin – you might feel better if you could do 200 yd’s if you catch one’s self answering one’s self ?
    Have better day’s , and stay healthy .


  • August 3, 2009  - Rin Tin Tin says:

    SG, as you are the “oaf”icial village idiot this blog according to Stiv, I am passing Jim Lloyd’s+ misrouted proposal along; see if you two can work things out.

    Best

    Real Rin ® :cool: daddy-o


  • August 3, 2009  - DAVE. H. says:

    BOB, please I will gladly pay for you to remove rin from the site. In fact if you put up an advertisement asking for funds to remove rin you could finance the site for a year in just a couple of days!!!!!!!!!


  • August 3, 2009  - Rin Tin Tin says:

    Forgive them Father, for they know not what they do…

    :cool: daddy-o


  • August 3, 2009  - UPDATE: Cottam has his right ankle heavily taped as he heads to the dining hall for lunch. says:

    [...] Bob Gretz [...]


  • August 3, 2009  - Harry says:

    I’m starting to feel a little better about WR talent already on the roster, and the willingness of the organization to bring in new faces, if the old faces aren’t getting it done.

    Was very pleased to see McIntosh suited up and practicing with the #1s, today. He’s definitely a talented player, who has been disappointing in some respects. He’s gettin’ one more shot at proving himself. Maybe the different coaching style will make the difference. I expect this is the first time he’s been held out of practice for not passing a conditioning test. Not a guarantee of success, but certainly not the same-old same-old, which has resulted in mixed results, at best.

    McIntosh is a beast, who tends to play a little high and has struggled to get off the blocks quickly enough and has always been a little slow in his kick-slide move. Insisting that he work extra hard on weight control MIGHT (I say MIGHT) make the difference.

    O-Line is DEFINITELY a Pioli Priority. And I think the new org. knows what it takes, and has plenty of cap room to make personnel changes, as needed.


  • August 3, 2009  - Harry says:

    And, guys…

    You’re your own worst enemy with regard to trolls. Scrolling past certain screen names is a much more efficient way of dealing with the problem. Trying to one-up an asshole just encourages the SOB.


  • August 3, 2009  - ED says:

    Good to see Haley got the whip on these guys for mental mistakes and bring some of the early to mid 90s toughness Schottenheimer back to the Chiefs. As for McIntosh like I said with this guy attitude about the conditioning test and most importantly his performance this guy needs to be benched. Hopefully Taylor, Richardson, Brown, or someone takes this starting spot at right tackle this year. I know for sure he want be around next season. He seems like the main weakness on this line.


  • August 3, 2009  - ED says:

    And as for Rin guys just don’t read his blogs and you want get all worked up in what he’s saying I mean thats what i do.


  • August 3, 2009  - Rin Tin Tin says:

    “Trying to one-up an asshole just encourages the SOB.”

    - exactly folks; take it from Harry – he knows…

    :cool: daddy-o


  • August 3, 2009  - Rin Tin Tin says:

    Ed too – he repeats that which Rin Himself already suggested; alas, once read, no one can pass a Rin blog without reading Him, every again – NO ONE…

    :cool: daddy-o


  • August 3, 2009  - Rin Tin Tin says:

    How much traffic – more so ‘extra’ traffic does Rin’s mere presence equate to via website hits?

    Once read, how many more blog replies result His Chiefly insights & witticisms?

    Pi cannot but count that high…

    :cool: daddy-o


  • August 3, 2009  - Aaron says:

    How many hits would Rin get if he had his own website? Answer: Only his own

    Luckily for you, you’re too stupid to figure out how to make your own blog/site anyways


  • August 3, 2009  - Rin Tin Tin says:

    Enough about prime time Rin… more to come later.

    Other end the spectrum, the absence of star-burst reportage has been deafening regarding the status S Mike Brown.

    Has a Brown been vetting the progress his young colleagues on field? (vetting for edification a nascent fandom ‘not’ carcentric nor concentric too, as ’twere.) More so, a coach on the field.

    No word…

    And the rest? Pollard, Page, McGraw – yea, Morgan & Brown – nay. Appears the latter 2 will fight it out the final S spot, the Price, Rickey not being right ‘come on down’ to 53 man roster…

    :cool: daddy-o


  • August 3, 2009  - Michael says:

    Chiefs claimed OLB Vince Redd off waivers from the Pats today. He’s a big guy, 6-6, 260, in his second year out of Liberty. Don’t know if he was drafted or was a college FA.


  • August 3, 2009  - Michael says:

    So, it was WR’s Amani Toomer, David Terrell and DJ Hackett who tried out for the Chiefs today. I like Toomer and Hackett. Terrell would be a reclamation project-former first round choice by the Bears in 2001. Still would like to see Matt Jones get a shot. And, the team released OG Ed Harrison to make room for Redd.


  • August 3, 2009  - Rin Tin Tin says:

    Aaron Aaron- no mistaking blogs his rose of sharon, :mrgreen: eyes jaundice shimmer narrative tack his doth grow dimmer, lies slain another notch the pen of Rin…

    :cool: daddy-o


  • August 4, 2009  - CK says:

    WHY DOES ANYONE RESPOND TO RINT’S RANTS?????

    HE IS OBVIOUSLY HERMIE……too much time on his hands :-)


  • August 4, 2009  - truthfull T says:

    shaddup




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