Found February 03, 2012 on Pro Football Talk:
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Matt Cassel has said he’s ready to compete to be the starting quarterback for the Chiefs this year. He’d better be. Both Chiefs coach Romeo Crennel and General Manager Scott Pioli told the Kansas City Star that there will be a quarterback competition this offseason. “There will be increased competition at every position, including the…
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