Monday, November 2, 2009

And we're back ...

Posted By on Mon, Nov 2, 2009 at 6:15 AM

The chiefs didn't lose Sunday. They also didn't play. Mercifully for us and them. But the Larry Johnson news didn't stop over the weekend. The Chiefs and LJ agreed on a settlement figure the troubled running back will give up during his suspension: $300,000.

So LJ can keep bragging about having money -- but not for long if the Chiefs dump him. Arrowhead Pride compiled a couple of news reports (here and here) surveying NFL general managers, and none seem interested in a back that's nearly 30 and good for about 2-yards a carry.

Arrowhead Pride also dug up this video of LJ mocking ex-Chiefs coach Herm Edwards.



Once this whole football thing flames out, King Pink should try out for one of KC's improv groups.

Also this weekend, six people had really bad Friday nights/Saturday mornings. Four people were shot outside of Independence's Do Drop In early Sunday.

Congressman Todd Tiahrt's hair may be facing an ethics probe.

Stay far away from Weatherby Lake -- unless you like E. coli.

Kansas City's bus service will be in deep shit in five years.

Bad weekend for Kansas' college football teams. Texas Tech "decleated" the Jayhawks (check the video), and Oklahoma held off the pesky Kansas State Wildcats. Missouri rolled Colorado, jumping back in the Big 12 North race.

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