"I was looking forward to seeing [Chiefs wide receiver] Marc Boerigter. But after he had that appendectomy, that's probably not going to happen this camp. I like to see tall white receivers that are fast. I like to see things like that that you don't see too often."
-- Danyelle Sargent, the new reporter for Metro Sports, WHB 810
GH: Sargent appears unafraid to air her fantasies. This Florida State grad is definitely worthy of watching.
"If the Sargent calls for me to stand at attention, I'm sure I'll be able to do that." -- Jason Whitlock, discussing a planned interview with Danyelle, 810
"But the question is, will you be able to give her twenty, or will she have to settle for four?" -- Steven St. John, 810
"The NFL players' union is getting a chuckle out of the Chiefs' hard-line stance against Tony Gonzalez's basketball whim. The team is always financially protected by the standard player's contract with its nonfootball-injury clause." -- Craig Mortenson, NFL analyst, ESPN
GH: America is getting a chuckle out of Gonzo's attempt to be the next Charles Barkley. What's hard-line about an employer demanding its $3 million-a-year employee not get hurt playing hoops? What a bitch it must be to be Tony G.
"Willie Roaf is now my favorite player. I just hope he stays whole. They did run-blocking drills [Monday], and there is no one -- no one -- who can go up against this guy. The defensive ends look like midgets next to him. He is huge. And he is one of the nicest guys in the world."
-- Frank Boal, KCTE 1510
"There's not another sports-radio show going on at this time in this town, and I'm pleased with that." -- Kevin Kietzman, opening his 2 p.m. show, 810
GH: Kietzman is wrong again. The syndicated Kevin Kiley and Chuck Booms are on Fox Sports Radio from 2 to 6 p.m. on KXEO1340. These two have afternoon commuters all over town wondering why the guy in the next vehicle is laughing.