Found January 15, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
Former Kansas City Chiefs head coach Todd Haley told the Kansas City Star he suspected that meeting rooms and even his cell phone were being bugged by team administrators in order to listen in on employee conversations.The Chiefs have denied the claims, but during this time of transition, many former employees claim that privacy and intimacy was always in question. Haley was fired on Dec. 12 after leading the Chiefs to a 5-8 record. Defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel took over as interim head coach for the remaining schedule and is in talks to become full-time head coach.Ever since Scott Pioli was hired as the team’s general manager in 2009, there has been massive turnover within the organization. Many employees feared for the jobs and felt like they were being watched closely.Kansas City chairman and CEO Clark Hunt has denied that the organization is a tough place to work but said they have an emphasis on responsibility. “We needed a culture that pursued excellence,” he told repo...

Toddy Haley Believes the Chiefs Tapped His Phone, Bugged Team Rooms

Former Kansas City Chiefs head coach Todd Haley believed that his cell phone was tapped and numerous rooms in the teams facility had been bugged in order to listen in on conversations that went on between team personnel. The scary part is that Haley isn’t the only one that’s felt this way. “When you’re mentally abused, you eventually lose it, too,” one former longtime Chiefs...

Haley Could Return To Arizona?

The Cardinals are believed to be interested in bringing back Todd Haley, according to Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic. Fantasy Spin: Haley was the offensive coordinator in Arizona from 2007-08, with the Cardinals ranking 12th in total offense in that first year and 4th in the second. His return to the club would benefit quarterback Kevin Kolb, as well as rising young running back Chris Wells.

Arrowhead anxiety: Turnover off the field causes concern

Todd Haley walked into the public relations office at Chiefs headquarters on a Thursday in early December. Four days before he was fired as the team's coach, he wanted to talk about what life was like inside this organization. But he didn't know who else might be listening.

Todd Haley Feared Kansas City Chiefs Had Bugged His Phone

When Scott Pioli took over as general manager of the Kansas City Chiefs in 2009, he vowed to change the culture of the club. The team has gone 21-27 in his three years and has undergone many changes. More than half of the 155 people employed by the team since Pioli was hired are gone. Many current and former employees describe the work environment as uncomfortable, and built on secrecy...

Link: Todd Haley Feared Phone Was Tapped in KC?

Maybe this is some of the reason that Todd Haley hasn’t been rushing, or able, to  take a new (specifically with the Jets) job?  Looks like there might be some more craziness this week for Haley before he finds a new team – be it New York or Arizona. Haley suspected that many rooms at the team facility were bugged so that team administrators could monitor employees’ conversations...

Lal Hiring Does Not Prevent Hiring of Todd Haley

#bbpBox_157949375690190848 a { text-decoration:none; color:#0084B4; }#bbpBox_157949375690190848 a:hover { text-decoration:underline; }Sanjay Lal was Raiders WR coach past 3 seasons. This doesn't mean Todd Haley is out of running for a position. Situation is fluid. #Jetsabout 20 hours ago via Twitter for iPhoneReplyRetweetFavorite@RichCiminiRich Cimini Glad to see Cimini clear...

Todd Haley alleges Chiefs spied on him

According to former Kansas City Chiefs head coach Todd Haley, we’ve got another spy-gate on our hands.  Only time, it’s in-house. According to Kent Babb … [visit site to read more] Todd Haley alleges Chiefs spied on him - The Jet Press - The Jet Press - A New York Jets Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

Report: Haley among ex-Chiefs employees with privacy concerns

According to a host of former Chiefs employees, life under general manager Scott Pioli is marked by fear of being watched or listened to no matter where they are in team facilities. Former coach Todd Haley reportedly felt the same way.

Anxiety a way of life under Chiefs' management

The Kansas City Star reports: Former coach Todd Haley's belief that team officials were bugging phones to monitor employee conversations, and interviews with more than two dozen current and former employees, suggest that intimidation and secrecy are among the Chiefs’ principal management styles under general manager Scott Pioli.

Worst Places To Work: Kansas City Chiefs

A couple weeks ago I wrote about how the Chargers are the best place to work. At least in the NFL. Now, as it turns out, the worst place to work in football is another team in that very same division. It’s an honor granted to the Scott Pioli led Chiefs of the AFC West. Holy heaven what a mess the Chiefs have created. That is, according to the Kansas City Star. Haley suspected...

Jets Hire Lal as Receivers Coach

#bbpBox_157944852816986113 a { text-decoration:none; color:#6b4ca1; }#bbpBox_157944852816986113 a:hover { text-decoration:underline; }The Jets announce that they have hired Sanjay Lal as receivers coach. The Raiders asst interviewed last night. #nyjabout 1 hour ago via UberSocial for BlackBerryReplyRetweetFavorite@JennyVrentasJenny Vrentas Lal had been interviewed by the team last...

Report: Chiefs employees live in environment of ‘secrecy, intimidation, and fear’

It got lost in the excitement of the divisional round, but there was an amazing story in the Kansas City Star, published on Saturday, about the allegedly negative environment from top to bottom in the Kansas City Chiefs' front office. The Kent Babb-penned piece outlined a culture of paranoia that reportedly led ex-head coach Todd Haley to believe that his phone was being tapped...

The Kansas City Chiefs Might Have The Worst Workplace In America

The Kansas City Star came out with a story that paints a provocative, troubling picture of life in the Chiefs offices under Scott Pioli. To ensure no one would notice, they published it on Saturday night. But we're more than happy to dive in to the tales of a workplace gone mad with paranoia and secrecy—a place where Todd Haley is convinced his personal cell phone is being...
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