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Chiefs coach Romeo Crennel has announced the rest of his staff, which includes quarterbacks coach Jim Zorn, who was passed over for the offensive coordinator position.
Crennel announced the full staff on Tuesday.
Brian Daboll was hired recently to coordinate the offense, which led many to question whether Zorn would be back. He was retained along with assistant head coach Maurice Carthon, tight ends coach Bernie Parmalee, strength coach Mike Clark, wide receivers coach Nick Sirianni and virtually the entire defensive staff.
Jack Bicknell Jr. was hired to coach the offensive line and Jim Bob Cooter was brought in as the offensive quality control coach. Tom McMahon and Derius Swinton will handle special teams.
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Kansas City Chiefs coach Romeo Crennel is not expected to hire a defensive coordinator for next season.
The Kansas City Chiefs have hired Tom McMahon to coach special teams while cutting ties with three assistants from former head coach Todd Haley's staff.
McMahon will take over for Steve Hoffman, who was not retained after Romeo Crennel was elevated from interim head coach to the permanent job. Also let go were wide receivers coach Richie Anderson and assistant offensive line...
According to Alex Marvez of FOXSports.com, Kansas City Chiefs general manager Scott Pioli made an appearance on Sirius XM NFL Radio and said that he expects head coach Romeo Crennel to also call the defensive plays since he is the teams former defensive coordinator.
“I’m not sure if he stated it publicly, but I get the sense Romeo wants to be the coordinator on defense,”...
Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Bill Muir told the team Wednesday that he was retiring.
Muir spent just one season as offensive coordinator with the Chiefs, who fired Todd Haley during the season and elevated Romeo Crennel to head coach.
The 69-year-old Muir has coached 34 seasons in the NFL, including a stint as offensive coordinator with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2008...
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The Chiefs hired Tom McMahon as their new special teams coach, replacing Steve Hoffman, who won't be on Romeo Crennel's staff in 2012. McMahon was the special teams coordinator for the Rams the past three seasons.
The Chicago Bears wanted to interview Jim Zorn regarding their quarterbacks coach position but the Kansas City Chiefs would not let them, the Chicago Sun-Times reported Tuesday.
One of the NFL's longest-tenured assistant coaches is hanging up his whistle.
A source told FOXSports.com that Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator/offensive line coach Bill Muir is retiring.
Muir, 69, completed his 34th NFL season in 2011. Muir's other NFL coaching stops include Tampa Bay (2002-2008), the New York Jets (1995-2001), Philadelphia (1992-1994), Indianapolis...
The Kansas City Chiefs have hired Tom McMahon to coach special teams while cutting ties with three assistants from former head coach Todd Haley's staff. McMahon will take over for Steve Hoffman, who was not retained after Romeo Crennel was elevated from interim head coach to the permanent job. Also let go were wide receivers coach Richie Anderson and assistant offensive line coach Pat Perles.
The Chiefs couldn’t stop Phil Emery from leaving the team to become Bears general manager, but they did stop him from bringing one of their coaches with him. Sean Jensen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports that the Chiefs blocked the Bears from interviewing quarterbacks coach Jim Zorn for a similar job on Lovie Smith’s staff.…
A few observations about the Redskins’ annual video sales pitch to prospective season ticket buyers. Watch it here.
* I never saw a video last year, perhaps due to the lockout. In 2010, the video featured Larry Michael and Bruce Allen. In 2009, the video featured Larry Michael and Jim Zorn. Both years, some of my commenters said mean things about Larry Michael. This year’s video...