Grigsby may be playing for job next year in Chiefs' final two games
Dec 20, 2007 | Posted by: Kansas City Star | Full story: Kansas City Star
“I'm going to run into anyone in the NFL. That's no secret. That's not cockiness or anything. That's just the way it is. I'd be very surprised if we couldn't get 1 yard with somebody behind me.”
What began as a desperate experiment to salvage Boomer Grigsby's career and at the same time find a fullback might finally be paying off for the Chiefs.
It's too early to call Grigsby's conversion from linebacker to fullback a success, but the Chiefs are encouraged by his progress in recent games and particularly in last week's loss to Tennessee.
Other than perhaps quarterback Brodie Croyle, Grigsby might have the most to gain by playing well or to lose by playing poorly in the season's final two games, starting with Sunday's meeting with the Lions. Read more
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