Found December 12, 2011 on Musket Fire:
News broke earlier today that the Kansas City Chiefs fired head coach Todd Haley. Chiefs defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel will serve as the Chiefs’ head coach for the remainder of the season. For those who may recall, Crennel was the Patriots’ defensive coordinator during their Super Bowl championship years before taking a head coaching job in Cleveland. Crennel went 24-40 as the Browns’ head coach before losing his job and joining the Chiefs as defensive coordinator. The thought (or perhaps the hope among fans) at the time when Crennel was unemployed that he might return to New England and refill his old role as defensive coordinator. Now that Haley’s out in Kansas City, is it possible that Romeo Crennel could return to Foxboro? … [visit site to read more] Can the Patriots Woo Back Romeo Crennel to Fix the Defense? - Musket Fire - Musket Fire - A New England Patriots Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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