Edwards believes Roaf, Shields, Holmes will return in 2006

If coach Herman Edwards is right, the Kansas City Chiefs can expect to have veterans Willie Roaf, Will Shields and Priest Holmes for at least another season. Full Story
bserner

Kansas City, MO

#1 Feb 2, 2006
if will shields and roaf do not return we will finish at bottom of afc and priest holmes still got some spunk in him he needs to comeback also
trevin

Kansas City, MO

#2 Feb 4, 2006
i think that priest, roaf, and shiedls will come back for another season. if we get to we will most likely go to the supperbowl
jenny chapman

Homestead, FL

#3 Feb 5, 2006
I think they will all come back. especially after the season we had. I think Larry Johnson will break the 2000yds mark, It will be a fun year
glenn

Levittown, PA

#4 Feb 5, 2006
Hopefully Priest will provide change of pace to help Larry's physical running style. Larry's the man, but we need a capable back up...look what happened to carolina in the playoffs.
Ed Wichita kansas

Wichita, KS

#5 Feb 7, 2006
Without roaf, shield, and priest i dont think we have a chance to be even competitive. Look how great we did when roaf was out. Without roaf not even T.O. can save us
glenn

North Wales, PA

#6 Feb 8, 2006
Those guys have to realize these next 2 years are probably the best opportunity to win at a high level in a Chief's Uniform. If they are willing, they're sorely needed. I think if their bodies cooperate, this is their best chance before retirement.
Tomaso

AOL

#7 Feb 10, 2006
Roaf and Waters are the best left side of an offensive line in the NFL, even though Pete Prisco overlooks this. If Roaf and Shields can play effectively next year and we have decent defensive line play, look for the Chiefs to be favorites in the Super Bowl. Can't till the draft ...
rick

Hay, WA

#8 Aug 25, 2006
OOPS! King Carl made the decision for them when he let T. Rich go... No Superbowl... No Roaf....No Priest.....No Richardson......But Edwards will try to run the ball on third n eight anyway.....
Jolten Joe

Pine, AZ

#9 Aug 25, 2006
No Roaf! No Priest! A new coach! Chiefs finish 7 and 9. This is the beginning of a rebuild for Kansas City. When was the last time they had both a good defense and a good offense? Back when they lost to Baltimore in the 95 season Colts 10, Chiefs 7 ugh!
Since then it has been all up and down good defense poor offense! Good offense so-so defense. It won't be until we get even on both sides of the ball that we have a chance of going all the way.
Season ticket holder

Sussex, WI

#10 Aug 26, 2006
Priest Homles quit on the team last year and we went 10-6. Larry Johnson is a better running back than that quitter Holmes. I am glad he is gone.

Holmes is and was all about the money. He could careless about the Chiefs or their fans.
DRob

New Almaden, CA

#11 Aug 30, 2006
Season ticket holder wrote:
Priest Homles quit on the team last year and we went 10-6. Larry Johnson is a better running back than that quitter Holmes. I am glad he is gone.
Holmes is and was all about the money. He could careless about the Chiefs or their fans.
You idiot! Let's see you take a hit like that to your spine!
Thomas

Montgomery, AL

#12 Oct 11, 2006
Hey look, I like Coach Edwards, mark my words. We are going deep into the playoffs this year.
john Destefano

Denver, CO

#13 Oct 18, 2006
The way are season is going and the injeries are pilling up we will be lucky to finish this year at 500 our schedule is a tough one And L.Johnson has to get back to were he was last year or we are screwed YES that means OUR off. line has to show up every dam game!!!
John

Topeka, KS

#14 Oct 21, 2006
Dont get me wrong, i really loved to watch priest play for kansas city because for the most part he was a class act. However, at some point in time he has to decide whether he is going to play again or not. Trent Green suffered just as bad of a hit as Priest did and he is lined up to play again in a couple of weeks. I realize that this is a serious injury priest has but at what point do the chiefs say either you play or you wont get paid. Some people think we dont owe anything to priest and we should dump his contract. I am beginning to agree. We are paying a guy 8-9 million a year and he will more than likely never play again. If other teams are cutting guys left and right for nothing at all, why are the chiefs hanging on to Priest so tightly when there is probably only about a 10% chance he will ever play again. That is alot of money to be spending on a guy i believe wont play again and if he does only about 10% of the offensive plays. He is somewhat selfish if he asks for a big money contract like he has now
PAM BAKER

La Plata, MO

#15 Oct 29, 2006
I MISS YOU PRIEST HOLMES IT DOESN'T SEEM LIKE SUNDAY MORNING SERVICE WITHOUT SEEING YOU IN THE LINE UP. IF YOU CAN'T PLAY I UNDERSTAND, GIVE IT UP AND ASSURE YOUR FANS THAT THIS IS ENOUGH FOR YOU. NO MATTER WHAT YOUR DECISION YOUR #1 FAN WILL STILL LOVE YOU FOREVER. PEACE OUT, LOVE PAM BAKER@SOCKET.NET

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