Originally written on Fox Sports  |  Last updated 6/29/14
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(Eds: Corrects coding. With AP Photos.) Over the past few weeks, Chiefs fans have begun to see why coach Todd Haley was so excited about the free agent acquisition of wide receiver Steve Breaston. Breaston's slow start mirrored that of the Chiefs, who were outscored by a combined 89-10 in blowout losses to the Bills and Lions. Breaston had three catches for just 33 yards in those games. But Breaston has emerged in the last three games as a potent complement to Dwayne Bowe. The Chiefs, 2-3, have steadied themselves in a three-point road loss to San Diego and victories over Minnesota and Indianapolis. Breaston has stepped up with 11 receptions for 196 yards and two touchdowns over that span and heads into Sunday's game at Oakland feeling increasingly comfortable working with Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassell. ''It's always about developing that trust with your quarterback,'' Breaston said. ''It doesn't just happen overnight. I'm the new guy here. Coach Haley knows me, but not everybo...
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  • Welcome Steve Breaston to the KC Chiefs!! Its a pleasure to watch you play, I just wish you were playing alot more! We need more players like you who show how much playing football means to you cause we can see this through your talent on the field. I hope you stay with us for some time cause no doubt the Chiefs need help in all way possible. Looking forward to watching you in the Patriots game. Lets go get them,okay?! God Bless You!!
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