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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.

Saunders, Zorn interview for Chiefs OC position

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...

Chiefs; Bill Muir retires

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Report: Chiefs squelched Bears' interest in QB coach Zorn

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.

Chiefs OC Muir calls it quits

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...

Chiefs hire Tom McMahon to coach special teams

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Crennel, Pioli: Cassel can expect competition for Chiefs QB job

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.

Chiefs deny Bears permission to speak to Jim Zorn

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.…

Chiefs offensive coordinator retires

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) Longtime NFL assistant coach Bill Muir followed through on his plans to retire, informing the Kansas City Chiefs on Wednesday that he wouldn't return for a 35th season in the league. Muir joined the Chiefs in 2009 as offensive line coach under Todd Haley, and was elevated to offensive coordinator last season. But the Chiefs struggled with injuries and inconsistency...

Chiefs will have a quarterback competition

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…

Source: Chiefs' Muir will retire

One of the NFL's longest-tenured assistant coaches is hanging up his whistle. A source told 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...
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