Top 5 Headlines 3/17: Ron Parker Says It's a "Dream Come True"

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1. Chiefs' Ron Parker says new contract is a 'dream come true'

By Terez Paylor - Kansas City Star

""The times I got cut, I just knew the reason wasn't because I wasn't good enough," Parker said. "I think it was due to an injury or something. I always kept a strong head and just stuck with it and kept a strong mind and kept going. I never thought my day would be done.""    READ MORE…

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2. Combination of atmosphere, opportunity sold guard Paul Fanaika on Chiefs

By Terez A. Paylor - Kansas City Star

"There was a time not that long ago when Paul Fanaika was a young offensive lineman on an Andy Reid-coached team in Philadelphia.

"Six years later, Fanaika is back with Reid, this time on a three-year contract with the Chiefs worth $8.1 million guaranteed, a source told The Star."    READ MORE…

3. Loyalty, Love and Legacy: Chiefs LB Tamba Hali Defined

By B.J. Kissel - Kansas City Chiefs

""I've made this my home," he said. "I've been here through all of the tough times, different head coaches. For me personally, being here and playing for this organization in front of these fans, that was huge to me. I couldn't find myself playing for anyone else."

Hali continued.

"For me, it only makes sense. I mean, I'd probably be doing what [Patrick Willis] is doing with the 49ers. Going somewhere else doesn't make sense."    READ MORE…

4. Vince Wilfork to join Texans

By Mike Reiss and Tania Ganguli - ESPN

"The 33-year-old said he wanted to turn the Texans, who have missed the playoffs the past two seasons after winning back-to-back division titles in 2011 and 2012, into a contender again.

"My goal is to help this team win as many games as possible and bring winning to this town," he said. "I think we deserve that, so that's my No. 1 goal.""    READ MORE…

5. Tim Tebow works out for Eagles

By Staff - ESPN

"Tebow, who entered the NFL after a memorable college career that included two national championships at Florida, completed 47.9 percent (173 of 361) of his passes for 2,422 yards with 17 touchdowns and nine interceptions while rushing for 989 yards and 12 scores in his pro career."    READ MORE…

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