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I would rather have us sign Kansas City Chiefs WR MARC BOERIGTER.

He knows the system Saunders is going to us and he actually plays special teams.


Former Canadian Football League receiver looking to bounce back from a knee injury that cost him the entire 2004 season … Suffered a torn ACL in his right knee during a preseason contest vs. Cleveland (8/28/04) ... Rangy wideout enters his fourth NFL campaign with the Chiefs … Possesses a combination of height and speed that presents match-up problems for opposing defenses … Sure-handed receiver is difficult to defend as a third receiver working out of the slot … Physical performer whose height and leaping ability make him especially dangerous in the Red Zone … Burst onto the NFL landscape after joining the Chiefs as a free agent in 2002 … Established himself as a virtual “touchdown machine,” leading Kansas City with eight TDs on just 20 catches in 2002 … That feat in itself was a remarkable accomplishment considering that he missed a good portion of training camp after undergoing an appendectomy at the onset of camp … The tallest target in the club’s WR corps, also owns the speed to stretch the field vertically … Is also a valuable special teams performer, working on the club’s coverage units … A true big-play threat, set a Chiefs record and tied an NFL mark when he hauled in a 99-yard TD reception from QB Trent Green vs. San Diego (12/22/02). Joined Green to form just the 10th tandem in NFL history to collaborate on a 99-yard scoring connection, making them the first duo to accomplish that feat since Green Bay QB Brett Farve did it with WR Robert Brooks vs. Chicago (9/11/95) ... Came to the Chiefs vastly more polished than most first-year NFL performers after honing his skills for two seasons with the CFL’s Calgary Stampeders where he registered 111 catches for 2,023 yards with 19 TDs during the 2000-01 campaigns, helping lead the squad to a Grey Cup title in 2001 … Owns 31 games (two starts) of NFL experience, catching 31 passes for 578 yards (18.6 avg.) with eight TDs, ... Also has 18 special teams tackles … Typically scores his touchdowns in bunches, owning a trio of two-TD games during his brief NFL tenure … Including the playoffs, had five two-TD contests during his time in Canada … Has caught 27 touchdown passes in his five previous pro seasons (NFL and CFL) ... Was initially overlooked by NFL scouts coming out of tiny Hastings College, an NAIA school in Hastings, Nebraska … Drove to a CFL tryout in Dallas in 2000, where he was inked by Calgary … Enjoyed a pair of productive CFL seasons, appearing in 36 regular season games … In his two CFL campaigns averaged over 50 catches, 1,000 yards and nine touchdowns per season, including a career-best 1,092-yard effort as a rookie in 2000 … Saw action in four postseason games for the club, including the 2001 Grey Cup where he posted four catches for 114 yards with a TD.

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