KC May Take T.O.

KC May Take T.O.

There are 69 comments on the Kansas City Star story from Feb 1, 2006, titled KC May Take T.O.. In it, Kansas City Star reports that:

Three months ago, when Dick Vermeil occupied the large fourth-floor office at Arrowhead Stadium, the Chiefs said they absolutely, positively had no interest in embattled receiver Terrell Owens.

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Joe Fagan

Yorkville, IL

#1 Feb 1, 2006
You have to be kidding me T.O.?
glenn

Philadelphia, PA

#2 Feb 1, 2006
i don't think we can persue another year with Eddie K. as the primary receiver. Teams will begin stacking the line against Larry J. Let's give Herm a reliable receiver instead of waiting and then accusing him of being conservative.
2dolla

Kansas City, MO

#3 Feb 1, 2006
glenn wrote:
i don't think we can persue another year with Eddie K. as the primary receiver. Teams will begin stacking the line against Larry J. Let's give Herm a reliable receiver instead of waiting and then accusing him of being conservative.
touch subject, but who knows with the core of vets we have. Trent could use another reliable target on the field, can he be reliable off? that's the biggest question.
phattdizzle

Port Jervis, NY

#4 Feb 1, 2006
come on gentlemen. T.O. is the best. If there was any coach in the leage to be able to control the likes of a T.O. it would be Herman Edwards. Plus people say we are a running team, which we dominate in that catagory, but Trent Green passed for 4000 yards last year, without a T.O.!!! Imagine what the future could hopefully and possibly hold!!!
wildcat

Lawrence, KS

#5 Feb 1, 2006
imagine...the egos of Larry Johnson and Terrell Owens - either extreme chemistry or extremely explosive.
Trent

United States

#6 Feb 1, 2006
Personally, I don't want to face Randy TWICE, LT and Antonio TWICE, and then T.O. with Rod Smith TWICE. We have a tough enough time with them anyway. You add T.O. to our offense, and that "WINDOW" that was closing quickly just got kick in. Quite frankly, this team could use a little attitude, say what you want but I think we are a little soft. You saw what LJ brought to the table. IF T.O. can temper his attitude and bring that competive spirit, I'm all for. Because we are quickly becoming the BOSOX of the NFL! Holla Atcha Boy!
Trent

United States

#7 Feb 1, 2006
wildcat wrote:
imagine...the egos of Larry Johnson and Terrell Owens - either extreme chemistry or extremely explosive.
imagine... our o-line, with Tony, LJ, Eddie, Dante, and T.O. what are you going to stop? Put 8 in the box to stop LJ, man to man on our receivers. Try to double any of our recievers somebody is open for big yards. Go zone d, and LJ is putting up 200 yards. That would be the most potent offense KC has ever seen, even with our prolific seasons that we have had recently. I will go out on a limb and say we would score on 80% of our drives. What?
Trent

United States

#8 Feb 1, 2006
phattdizzle wrote:
come on gentlemen. T.O. is the best. If there was any coach in the leage to be able to control the likes of a T.O. it would be Herman Edwards. Plus people say we are a running team, which we dominate in that catagory, but Trent Green passed for 4000 yards last year, without a T.O.!!! Imagine what the future could hopefully and possibly hold!!!
I don't know about you, but it pisses me off that all the afc west teams have had superbowl appearances recently, but we haven't as much as sniffed it. And now the freaking seahawks who were the doormats of the afc west for so many years are playing this superbowl sunday. That's some BS! T.O. makes us instant superbowl contenders and maybe even favorites! These people are crazy NOT to want T.O.! Holla back
Trent

United States

#9 Feb 1, 2006
Joe Fagan wrote:
You have to be kidding me T.O.?
You obviously aren't a true chiefs fan that has suffered for years of going 13-3 and losing in the second round of the playoffs after having a first round bye!
glenn

Philadelphia, PA

#10 Feb 2, 2006
Hey Trent...I'm feeling you! I live near Philly, and I know alot of the T.O story is "spin". The Eagles were positioning to dump T.O if they didn't win the Bowl right away, and he (T.O) knew it. Donovan sided with Management, and it hurt T.O. and his contract desires. Herm has dealt with Sapp, as well as Ty Law and J. Abraham (who has already expressed interest in joining Herm..hello pass rush, babeeeeeee!) Eddie K. is a good #2. We need a true #1, and T.O is the best there is available, and trust me, he brings it every game....HOLLA!
james fox

United States

#11 Feb 2, 2006
glenn wrote:
i don't think we can persue another year with Eddie K. as the primary receiver. Teams will begin stacking the line against Larry J. Let's give Herm a reliable receiver instead of waiting and then accusing him of being conservative.
you are retarted eddie k is the best
james fox

United States

#12 Feb 2, 2006
t.o is just going to just talk about our team and trent green. just think of him wearing a K.C. jersey. no!!!!!
jj big

United States

#13 Feb 2, 2006
think you james T.O. will not look good in a chiefs jersey he will look dumb and then wont fit in.
Trent

United States

#14 Feb 2, 2006
james fox wrote:
<quoted text> you are retarted eddie k is the best
oh, you clearly are missing some of your marbles. That's why he's in the pro bowl right?
Trent

United States

#15 Feb 2, 2006
For all of you morons that think T.O. would be a bad fit for the Chiefs because of his "off the field antics" just think about what Bill Romanowski did for the the 49ers and the Broncos. I don't beleive he was a model citizen. ANd if he did pull some stunts and got us to the Superbowl, then to me it was all worth it, because the team was about to have to go through rebuilding anyway. Do you understand the fear that would be in the eyes of our opponents, hell, have of them would be beat before they step on the field! GO T.O.!!!!!!!!!
glenn

Philadelphia, PA

#16 Feb 2, 2006
I want T.O also. The same people who slam T.O are the same self-richeous types who slammed Clinton and stuck us with Bush. Now the country is at war. Structure his contract to protect the team and let him play. If he bombs out, move on. As long as Trent isn't as paranoid as McNabb, he'll be fine. Also Herm is a much better communicator than Andy Reid.
Trent wrote:
For all of you morons that think T.O. would be a bad fit for the Chiefs because of his "off the field antics" just think about what Bill Romanowski did for the the 49ers and the Broncos. I don't beleive he was a model citizen. ANd if he did pull some stunts and got us to the Superbowl, then to me it was all worth it, because the team was about to have to go through rebuilding anyway. Do you understand the fear that would be in the eyes of our opponents, hell, have of them would be beat before they step on the field! GO T.O.!!!!!!!!!
Dennis

Groton, SD

#17 Feb 2, 2006
The thought of T.O. in KC thrills me. I'd love to see it! It would be equally as thrilling to see the Broncos not get T.O.! So I say it is time for Carl to stop talking and do whatever it takes to get T.O. in a Chiefs uniform next season. Give Herm T.O. to go along with LJ, Dante, Tony G., Trent and continue to bulk up the defense and KC will to serious Super Bowl contenders!
Tony B

Wichita, KS

#18 Feb 2, 2006
First of all you people out there that call yourselfs chiefs fans then the first thing you would say is how much would we have to pay for T.O. if we got him because that could really damage are cap room and kill are chances at picking up any good free agents this year. Second hell yes he would be awesome to add to the KC roster even with all the troubles i mean come on can you imagine it 3rd in long and all trent green has to go to is Larry Johnson or Tony G. i mean if T.O. was here it would for sure add that extra boost on the tough situation plays. So T.O please come to Kansas City Cheifs
LOL

Allentown, PA

#19 Feb 2, 2006
Just wait until Trent lays an egg in a game and T.O. starts....then we'll see...
Trent

United States

#20 Feb 2, 2006
Tony B wrote:
First of all you people out there that call yourselfs chiefs fans then the first thing you would say is how much would we have to pay for T.O. if we got him because that could really damage are cap room and kill are chances at picking up any good free agents this year. Second hell yes he would be awesome to add to the KC roster even with all the troubles i mean come on can you imagine it 3rd in long and all trent green has to go to is Larry Johnson or Tony G. i mean if T.O. was here it would for sure add that extra boost on the tough situation plays. So T.O please come to Kansas City Cheifs
Thing is, we can get him for the dirt "this year". If we don't get him, hopefully Carl can see what a top receiver would mean to this team. Reggie Wayne is a free agent this year. Food For Thought!!!

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