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The Kansas City Chiefs are talking to Brian Daboll about their vacant offensive-coordinator position, according to a league source.
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The Kansas City Chiefs have hired Brian Daboll as their new offensive coordinator, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.
Daboll will attempt to improve a Kansas City offense that ranked a dismal 27th in total yards per game in 2011. The 36-year-old was previously an offensive coordinator with the Browns (2009-10) and Dolphins (2011).
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) The Chiefs are in discussions with Brian Daboll to become their new offensive coordinator.
Team spokesman Ted Crews told The Associated Press on Saturday that Daboll has not been hired, but the two sides remain in discussions. The former Dolphins offensive coordinator could be introduced as soon as Monday, when Chiefs executives return from the Super Bowl in...
The Kansas City Chiefs have interviewed quarterbacks coach Jim Zorn for the vacant offensive coordinator's position.
Al Saunders, who is still under contract with Oakland and was the offensive coordinator with Kansas City from 2001-05, also has interviewed for the position.
Zorn has served as head coach of the Washington Redskins. He was also the quarterbacks coach with the...
Yes, it's Super Bowl Week news you couldn't possibly avoid unless you've been off herding yaks in Mongolia.
Thousands of media types have been busy digging into every storyline imaginable. By the weekend, they'll be interviewing the New England punter's seventh-grade math teacher.
There are head-to-head analyses on so many blogs and scratchy, end-of-the-dial...
Matt Cassel has said he’s ready to compete to be the starting quarterback for the Chiefs this year. He’d better be. Both Chiefs coach Romeo Crennel and General Manager Scott Pioli told the Kansas City Star that there will be a quarterback competition this offseason. “There will be increased competition at every position, including the…
Chiefs coach Romeo Crennel and general manager Scott Pioli said Thursday that they want Matt Cassel to face some competition for the starting quarterback job.
Three days after Charlie Weis was hired in early December, Tim Grunhard agreed to become his offensive line coach. Now, the long-time Kansas City Chiefs center and former Roeland Park (KS) Bishop Miege High head coach is hoping to create a culture of toughness in the trenches for the Jayhawks.
Chiefs coach Romeo Crennel has interviewed quarterbacks coach Jim Zorn and Oakland Raiders offensive coordinator Al Saunders for the vacant offensive coordinator's job and emphasized Thursday the need to bring in competition for Matt Cassel at starting quarterback.
Fred "The Hammer" Williamson was the first. Before Super Bowl I, Williamson, the Kansas City Chiefs' self-promoting defensive back, said he would deliver the hammer to Green Bay Packers receivers Boyd Dowler and Carroll Dale.