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The cries for Todd Haley’s job have quieted down. The rumors about Haley being ousted and his shaky relationship with G.M. Scott Pioli have gone away, at least for now. “Making a head coaching change is not something we’re contemplating,” Chiefs chairman Clark Hunt told Adam Teicher of the Kansas City Star. That’s what a three-game…
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After turning in an impressive 2010 campaign, most of us knew the Chiefs were somewhat of a pretender. Very few expected Kansas City to come out this season and enjoy the type of success they had a year ago. When Jamaal Charles went down with a season-ending injury, common sense would tell you the Chiefs [...]
At the beginning of the month, the Kansas City Chiefs were 0-3, had been outscored by opponents by 92 points and were facing a season without their best offensive and defensive players, who were lost to injury. With a start like that, it's no wonder head coach Todd Haley didn't feel like shaving.
So the third-year coach kept the stubble before Kansas City's fourth game...
When things looked darkest for the Chiefs this season, coach Todd Haley found a light in an unlikely place. He dug a movie out of the vault of NFL Films.
This week.....I'm gonna talk a little World Series Game Six, My High/Low on young QB's, and of course a few Delta Bravos.Also Big Dawg aka The POOCH's Pick of the Litter. This week's picks AND my 4th and Goal.You'll enjoy it as long as you're not a Tebow Fan.
Today on Out of Bounds, NFL Draft Guru Russ Lande, joins the podcast to talk about the Chiefs remarkable comeback this season and his thoughts on Head Coach Todd Haley.
Not everyone recalls how Pittsburgh's 1989 team reached the playoffs after a ghastly 0-2 start, but Chiefs coach Todd Haley did -- and used it to his advantage.
Chiefs chairman Clark Hunt expressed confidence in general manager Scott Pioli and coach Todd Haley on Thursday, saying the relationship between the two is strong enough to allow the Chiefs to compete for a Super Bowl championship. "Absolutely," Hunt told The Kansas City Star during an interview. "There's no question about that."
Three straight wins will do this: Any perceived discord between Chiefs coach Todd Haley and general manager Scott Pioli is nothing more rootless chatter, according to their boss, chairman Clark Hunt.
The Chiefs used Jon Baldwin mainly as a slot receiver in his NFL debut last week in Oakland. That’s a spot usually reserved for a smaller, quicker player. But coach Todd Haley said that may be Baldwin’s role, at least for the time being.
Clark Hunt last week was named by commissioner Roger Goodell as the chair of the NFL's international committee, which is charged with growing the sport overseas.
This week, Neil Tillman and I show our pretty faces. (Actually, my pretty face and Neil's probably-not-so-pretty face.) We discuss the Miami Dolphins' divided locker room, Reggie Bush and Yeremiah Bell stinking it up, Bill Cowher's coaching status, Carson Palmer's 15-plays-or-under mentality, Todd Haley's excitement for Novembeard, and much, much more...
The Chiefs’ goal-line stand at Oakland took 10 men and, in the words of Chiefs coach Todd Haley, one missile, to keep the Raiders out of the end zone on Sunday. That missile was inside linebacker Derrick Johnson.