Tyler Thigpen just threw his second touchdown pass of the first half, this one on a 2-yard toss to Tony Gonzalez. The Bills defense had allowed just seven touchdown passes entering the week, but even they can’t stop the magical Thigpen train. He’s becoming one of the top quarterbacks in fantasy football — unreal!
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Brodie Croyle left the Titans-Chiefs game with a sprained knee. Damon Huard steps in and will be the starter in his absence. That might actually be good news for fantasy owners who have Dwayne Bowe and Tony Gonzalez.
Aside from Green Bay, reports surfaced that the Falcons made a run at Tony Gonzalez but the tight end did not want to play in Atlanta.
Kansas City and Green Bay played “Let’s Make a Deal” last week, and the Packers thought they did make a deal.
Tony Gonzalez can’t have it both ways. He can’t want to play for a contender and then not welcome the chance to play in Buffalo.
When Kansas City opted not to deal tight end Tony Gonzalez, it was not for lack of offers.
The Chiefs were engaged in active talks with the Philadelphia Eagles, New York Giants, Buffalo Bills and Green Bay Packers. One team offered as much as a third-round pick; another offered a fourth-round pick; another offered a pick and a player.
It’s shaping up as yet another wild news day in the NFL. Of course, it could turn out to be quiet, too. But check out what’s on tap for this afternoon.
The Chiefs have postponed their Tuesday press conference to 4 p.m. ET. Could this mean that Tony Gonzalez is on the move? Possibly.
With trade rumors circling around Tony Gonzalez and the deadline looming Tuesday (3 p.m. ET), his Chiefs teammates understand what their star tight end is going through, says Adam Teicher of The Kansas City Star.
With the NFL, the trade deadline is more dead than anything else.
Though speculation has centered around such high-profile players such as Detroit wide receiver Roy Williams and Kansas City tight end Tony Gonzalez have surfaced, no star is expected to be traded.
The Chiefs have fielded trade inquiries on Pro Bowl tight end Tony Gonzalez, but nobody has offered serious value so far.
The two most interesting names to track as the trade deadline approaches both come from the state of Missouri — St. Louis wide receiver Torry Holt and Kansas City tight end Tony Gonzalez.
Chiefs president Carl Peterson insisted this week he will not trade Gonzalez, and cannot be persuaded to make any such type of deal.
The topic came up Tuesday between an NFL Network reporter and a Chiefs official: would Kansas City Tony Gonzalez be willing to finish his career in another city, with another team, that had a realistic chance of winning the Super Bowl?