Chiefs terminate the contracts of fou...

Chiefs terminate the contracts of four veterans

There are 12 comments on the Nfl.com story from Mar 2, 2006, titled Chiefs terminate the contracts of four veterans. In it, Nfl.com reports that:

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Kansas City Chiefs President Carl Peterson announced that the club had terminated the contracts of LB Shawn Barber , CB Dexter McCleon , LB Gary Stills and CB Eric Warfield .

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Eric Backstrom

AOL

#1 Mar 4, 2006
These cuts are no surprise. Barber never panned out in Kansas City. Stills never contributed more then special teams. McCleon I thought would become our nickle back. Mr. "toast" Warfield release was long over due. His off the field behavior did nothing more but embarrass Mr.Hunt and the Chiefs!!!!! Good ridance!!! And King Carl had the nerve to sell us on the contract that he gave this bum a few years ago.... Are you freaking kidding me? I don't know who gets burned more on Sunday afternoon, Warfield or a G.I. in a Korean Brothel? I'll put my money on Warfield!!!!!!!!
Eric Backstrom

AOL

#2 Mar 4, 2006
The Chiefs need to renegotiate Priest Holmes contract to get some cap relief. If you think about it, anyone who has missed as many games as he has in the last two years is damned near retired. Might as well pay him accordingly. If Priest decides that he doesn't want to restructure, then King Carl should force the issue as he did with former Chief's tackle John Tate. Remember Tate's negotiations with King Carl on his first contract?. You guys remember: Carl got nasty and forced the issue and leaked news of John's negotiations to the local press. Tate was in tears, remember? Priest could always chose to retire... Then he would have plenty of time to enjoy his bible studying or chest games at his favorite Kansas City establishment..... HOOTERS.....
Happs

Adel, GA

#3 Mar 20, 2006
Are you kidding me??? Warfield played better than most last year even after missing games.....It's going to be a bigger loss than you are saying, and it will show up right away if we don't get someone even close to Eric's calibur.
rene matinez

Kansas City, MO

#4 Mar 20, 2006
Happs wrote:
Are you kidding me??? Warfield played better than most last year even after missing games.....It's going to be a bigger loss than you are saying, and it will show up right away if we don't get someone even close to Eric's calibur.
Bro are u out of your mind (Paris) Warfield sucks ass he mite be pysically gifted but me never knew where the play was going to be he always looked lost out there.plus, lookin at Champ Baliey 2x a year just shows u what acorner is supposed to play like!
rene matinez

Kansas City, MO

#5 Mar 20, 2006
Eric Backstrom wrote:
The Chiefs need to renegotiate Priest Holmes contract to get some cap relief. If you think about it, anyone who has missed as many games as he has in the last two years is damned near retired. Might as well pay him accordingly. If Priest decides that he doesn't want to restructure, then King Carl should force the issue as he did with former Chief's tackle John Tate. Remember Tate's negotiations with King Carl on his first contract?. You guys remember: Carl got nasty and forced the issue and leaked news of John's negotiations to the local press. Tate was in tears, remember? Priest could always chose to retire... Then he would have plenty of time to enjoy his bible studying or chest games at his favorite Kansas City establishment..... HOOTERS.....
Yo back to hell off Priest Holmes man cause he has proved all of us wrong before right?And by the way Priest fav. est. is the Nacho stand in Section 132!
rene matinez

Kansas City, MO

#6 Mar 20, 2006
Eric Backstrom wrote:
These cuts are no surprise. Barber never panned out in Kansas City. Stills never contributed more then special teams. McCleon I thought would become our nickle back. Mr. "toast" Warfield release was long over due. His off the field behavior did nothing more but embarrass Mr.Hunt and the Chiefs!!!!! Good ridance!!! And King Carl had the nerve to sell us on the contract that he gave this bum a few years ago.... Are you freaking kidding me? I don't know who gets burned more on Sunday afternoon, Warfield or a G.I. in a Korean Brothel? I'll put my money on Warfield!!!!!!!!
Preach on! Screw Warfield! And Lets do what it takes to get Lamar his Trophy!
prkr

Oklahoma City, OK

#7 Apr 24, 2006
rene matinez wrote:
<quoted text>Yo back to hell off Priest Holmes man cause he has proved all of us wrong before right?And by the way Priest fav. est. is the Nacho stand in Section 132!
I'm wit ya Rene. Back off the priest. This is a guy that we as chiefs fan owe gratitude to. He is a great talent and we need him to tag team defenses with LJ
CATFISHUNTER

Kansas City, MO

#8 May 21, 2006
WAFIELDS PROBLEM IS THAT HIS EYES ARE TO FAR APART HE HAD TO BE RUNNING SIDEWAYS TO SEE THE BALL. AND I'LL ALSO PUT MY MONEY ON ERIC "CATFISH" WARFIELD
rene matinez

Kansas City, MO

#9 Oct 10, 2006
CHiefs win again!
Bret

United States

#10 Oct 10, 2006
Happs wrote:
Are you kidding me??? Warfield played better than most last year even after missing games.....It's going to be a bigger loss than you are saying, and it will show up right away if we don't get someone even close to Eric's calibur.
Not to bitch or say "told ya so". But it is a great relief that Warfield is gone. KC is much better without him, especially since they got Ty Law, but even if they wouldnt had been able to tag Law, a combination of Benny Sapp and Lenny Walls would be equally as good. My eyes have been glued to every chiefs game and Walls has been burned once, by Anquan Boldin. Besides, KC dosent need his constant off the field problems.

Also, Eric Warfield is currently out of football. He was cut by the Patriots who constantly have secondary injuries and need constant depth. Even in NE with a light secondary corps, Warfield couldn't muster a roster spot.
Chase

Lititz, PA

#11 Oct 16, 2006
i say if kendrell bell doesnt start playing better we need to play keyarron fox and get someone better and strong side next year because hes not worth all this money to have only 40 tackles and a sack.
mickey

United States

#12 Jul 17, 2007
quit pointing fingers and get off eric's ass - sure it's easy to blame someone. Eric wasn't the only player that the public didn't like, however he was the subject that the media focused on, and that they did - either good or bad (mostly bad). Eric, played very well at times and horrible at times, so did the other team mates. He wasn't the only reason that the CHIEFS did not get to where we (the fans) wanted them to go.

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