Help not quite on way for Chiefs ‘D’


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Jan 22, 2006
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Help not quite on way for Chiefs ‘D’

The Kansas City Star

The hunt for some defensive help continues for the Chiefs.

Buffalo defensive end Ryan Denney and Chargers defensive lineman DeQuincy Scott both visited Kansas City this week, but both appear to be going elsewhere.

Denney is expected to re-sign with the Bills, his agent, Ethan Lock, said Wednesday. Scott, who worked out for the Chiefs this week, apparently will bypass Denver, Kansas City and the Chargers for a mystery team away from the AFC West.

“We thought it was a good visit,” Dr. D.S. Ping, Scott’s agent, said of the trip to Kansas City. “(But) we figured it was about time to move out of there.”

Chiefs president/general manager Carl Peterson, who has stressed that the club wants to get younger, was on the road Wednesday attending college workouts in the South. He said the Chiefs will bring in more free agents in the coming weeks and that they’re not inclined to go on a wild spending spree.

It’s obvious the April 29-30 draft will be an important one for Kansas City in its search for defensive linemen and a cornerback.

Also Wednesday, one former Kansas City defensive player — Gary Stills — found a new team. Stills, a linebacker who mainly played special teams, signed a three-year deal with the Ravens. Stills was cut earlier this month. He’ll rejoin former Chiefs special teams coach Frank Gansz Jr., who was added to Baltimore’s staff over the winter.

ugh.......dammit :mad:
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