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News that New Orleans general manager Mickey Loomis was allegedly able to listen on opposing coaches could be annoying to Kansas City Chiefs fans.
The Saints beat the visiting Chiefs, 27-20, on Nov. 14, 2004 at the Superdome. The Saints won the game in the fourth quarter and overcame a 10-point deficit in the game. A week later, Denver crushed the Saints, 34-13, at the Superdome. Those were the only games at the Superdome spanning the 2002-04 seasons. ESPN’s “Outside the Lines’ is reporting that Loomis had the ability to listen to opposing coaches in his suite at the Superdome spanning those seasons.
In other AFC West news:
Boise State outside linebacker Shea McClellin may be on the Chargers’ radar at No. 18. I could see him being a potential target in a trade-down situation.
The Oakland Tribune has an interesting look at Raiders’ owner Mark Davis.
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