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Here's what Clark Hunt does not understand about his general manager, Scott Pioli: His massive ego is born of insecurity and most effectively used as a shield for his deceit.
Pioli is a swindler. Pride and vanity will not push Pioli into forfeiting the millions of dollars he apparently suckered Hunt into promising him in the form of a contract extension. Pioli can't be shamed. Con men think little of themselves and care even less what others think of them.
The unprecedented events that transpired inside Arrowhead Stadium on Monday likely had little impact on Hunt's intended target -- Scott Pioli.
Hunt, the owner of the Chiefs, fired Pioli's overmatched, handpicked coach Romeo Crennel and then -- with a devastating written statement, an online video posted on the Chiefs website and several print and radio interviews -- Hunt publicly announced he was stripping Pioli of virtually all his power.
"I will hire the next coach of the Kansas City Chiefs and he will r...
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According to Steve Wyche of the NFL Network (via NFL.com) the Kansas City Chiefs plan on keeping general manager Scott Pioli.
According to NFL.com’s Steve Wyche, the Kansas City Chiefs are expected to retain general manager Scott Pioli despite a disastrous season, according to a source briefed on the situation. Coach Romeo Crennel won’t be as fortunate. The source said...
“Save our Chiefs”, a group that was established to try to put pressure on the Kansas City Chiefs owner Clark Hunt to make drastic changes, has issued a statement on their Facebook and Twitter account that might be very interesting to Kansas City fans and all potential head coaching candidates regarding the status of [...]
KANSAS CITY, Mo. The Kansas City Chiefs announced on Monday that Romeo Crennel has been relieved of his duties as head coach.
Crennel, 65, was named Kansas Citys 12th head coach in franchise history on Jan. 9, 2012. He compiled a 2-14 regular season record in 2012 and finished the 2011 season 2-1 as the clubs interim head coach.
"I have a tremendous amount of respect and...
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...
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...
With reports circulating Monday Morning that Kansas City Chiefs Head Coach Romeo Crennel and his staff are being shown the door, there is already a line forming to replace him. So who are the candidates?
The Kansas City Chiefs suffered a humiliating 2-14 season in 2012 and announced on Dec. 31 they have fired head coach Romeo Crennel in response to it. General manager Scott Pioli still has his job though, but he could be the next to go. Crennel was in charge of the NFL club for just one season and he leaves it after tying the franchise record for fewest wins during a season. This...
In what was widely speculated overnight, the Kansas City Chiefs officially fired Head Coach Romeo Crennel Monday morning.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) Clark Hunt is regarded as an intensely private man, someone who prefers to operate behind the scenes and away from the spotlight that comes with owning an NFL franchise.
In some ways, that's about to change.
Hunt fired coach Romeo Crennel on Monday as part of a shakeup of the entire structure of a franchise that his father, the late Lamar Hunt, founded...
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...
Disclaimer: Coaches and General Managers were fired over the course of this article and are acknowledged at the end
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