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A league source has told Jason Cole of Yahoo Sports that Chiefs general manager Scott Pioli will survive in Kansas City, but only with significant changes which would include a new coach and new quarterback.
Of course Pioli chose the last quarterback Matt Cassel and this is not a strong draft class for quarterbacks.
Source: The Redzone
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According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, Chiefs general manager Scott Pioli is still under review and could still end up being fired.
Also, Chiefs formalize what I pointed out earlier – GM Scott Pioli under review. could still be let go pending coaching search
— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) December 31, 2012
It sounds like whoever becomes the new head coach of the...
NFL rumors spread like wildfire, especially in the final week of the regular season.
As 'Black Monday' approaches, there's been a rumor floating around that former Colts head coach Tony Dungy was set to make a return to the NFL coaching ranks, and landing with the Kansas City Chiefs.
Dungy, who has been working for NBC Sports since his departure from the NFL, put...
The Kansas City Chiefs have fired head coach Romeo Crennel after just one season. The Chiefs finished with a 2-14 overall record and secured the first overall pick of the 2013 NFL Draft, a franchise first. The Chiefs struggled all season long and finished the season ranked 32nd in passing offense, a mark achieved through poor quarterback play. In his career, Crennel has posted a...
Following a season of on-field failures and off-field tragedy, the Kansas City Chiefs have parted ways with head coach Romeo Crennel.
The team announced that Crennel was fired Monday after a 2-14 season that will have the Chiefs picking first in April's NFL draft.
In a team-released statement, Chiefs owner Clark Hunt said "no final determination" has been made on...
The 2012 NFL regular season has concluded as the Kansas City Chiefs struggled through a very disappointing season. There are several questions surrounding the Chiefs as the team prepares for the off-season. Wholesale changes might be on the way for the organization with possible front office and coaching changes possible. The Chiefs will now have to prepare for the start of free...
Chiefs wideout Dexter McCluster (illness) is active for Week 17 against the Broncos.Fantasy Spin:McCluster has racked up 51 catches this season but just 447 yards since he is used primarily on patterns close to the line of scrimmage. We doubt he'll be active in most fantasy lineups.
The Kansas City Chiefs placed wide receiver Terrance Copper on injured reserve Saturday.
Copper has appeared in 15 games for the Chiefs this season, catching eight balls for 79 yards. He also has five tackles while playing on special teams.
To fill the roster spot for Kansas City's season finale against the Denver Broncos, the Chiefs signed wide receiver Junior Hemingway...
The Kansas City Chiefs have had a disastrous season but team owner Clark Hunt is not ready to pull the plug on general manager Scott Pioli. Head coach Romeo Crennel is expected to be fired at seasons end.
Kirk Ferentz of Iowa is one name that has been closely associated with the head coaching position in Kansas City. There is no buyout on his contract with Iowa and NFL.com’s Ian...
The 31-year old offensive lineman called it a career, saying he's unlikely to reconsider.
Ryan Lilja's NFL career will end where it began, right in Kansas City. Lilja told the Kansas City media on Monday that he has decided to retire, ending his eight-year career.
Lilja had been on the injury report almost every week down the stretch of the season. It's no surprise...
1. How will the Chiefs fix their quarterback problem?Since a strong debut season with Kansas City (3,116 yards, 27 TD, 7 INT) in 2010 that saw the team reach the playoffs, Matt Cassel's play has dropped off significantly, as he's thrown just 16 touchdowns against 21 interceptions in a combined 18 games the past two seasons. Cassel struggles with decision-making under pressure...
(AP) -- While the AFC's other top teams have stumbled recently, the Denver Broncos look to keep rolling into the postseason.
By earning an 11th straight victory in Sunday's regular-season finale, the Broncos can wrap up a first-round bye in the AFC playoffs and ensure the visiting Kansas City Chiefs land the No. 1 pick in the 2013 NFL draft.
After passing New England for...
In what was widely speculated overnight, the Kansas City Chiefs officially fired Head Coach Romeo Crennel Monday morning.
By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer
Many thought Kansas City Chiefs GM Scott Pioli would be fired at the end of the season.
It has been a disasterous season for the Chiefs, as the team has fallen off the tracks with a 2-13 season. They are currently tied with the Jacksonville Jaguars with the 2-13 record.
The Jaguars are currently...
Disclaimer: Coaches and General Managers were fired over the course of this article and are acknowledged at the end
Every year on the Monday after the last Sunday of the NFL Regular Season, there is a ritual of sorts. As of noon December 31, 5 coaches have already been fired and there are more who could be fired. But this so called “Black Monday” is not only a bad day for coaches...