“Where everybody knows your name” doesn’t apply to the Chiefs right now. With all of the changes surrounding the 2009 Kansas City Chiefs a familiar face is a rarity. Recent signee wide receiver Bobby Wade entered the league in 2003 as a fifth round pick of the Chicago Bears, where current Kansas City head coach Todd Haley was then a receivers coach. Now in his eighth season at the age of 28, Wade will again play under Haley. Wade is one of a parade of veteran free agent receivers to march through Kansas City this year. Also drafted by the Chicago Bears, but in 1996, the 36 year old Bobby Engram is the only recent acquisition to remain on the roster. Fallen by the wayside include the New York Giant’s all-time yardage leader Amani Toomer ...
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