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  • #1
    I had heard he wanted to work on loosening up before games this year.

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    • #2
      Get up for the downstroke.

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      • #3
        I bet the back up QBs on the Chiefs watch him lift in awe.

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        • #4
          Ugly do-rags are apparently recently out of stock all over the Missouri/Kansas border.

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          • #5
            He goes lower

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            • #6
              That's just the tip of it..

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              • #7
                Front squats are a great exercise. Alice is going beast mode this year.

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                • #8
                  Bob still struggling with his workout routine....

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                  • #9
                    Good workout, it really loosen you up.

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                    • #10
                      Succop's been working hard on his triceps:

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                      • #11
                        Whilst on the topic of Alex Smith...
                        The most interesting quarterback negotiation, to me, is between the Chiefs and Alex Smith. Agent Tom Condon negotiated a $59 million guarantee for Matt Ryan at this time last year and is likely asking for a similar deal for Smith, who has posted a 30-9-1 won-loss record since 2011. Smith, who has made $57.65 million in his nine-year career, will not be enticed with short-term earnings in an under-market deal.

                        My best guess is that Smith will become a free agent in March and … there will be suitors. The interest may not be Peyton-esque, but Smith represents one of the scarcest and most valuable properties in the business of football: a quarterback with a history of proven success who’s still in a prime age (30). He will be paid.
                        http://mmqb.si.com/2014/08/14/nfl-qb...k-andy-dalton/

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                        • #12
                          Raiders in April?

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                            • #14
                              Originally posted by pricejj View Post
                              Perfect reply, didn't even have to say a word. Winner

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                              • #15
                                Originally posted by TheReverend View Post


                                Kudos to him for really focusing on the functional aspects of playing for the Chiefs.

                                If he wanted a real challenge he should have gone for reverse cowboy.


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