Originally written on MyTeamRivals.com  |  Last updated 11/9/14
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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 was guaranteed after the Denver Broncos blew them out 38-3 in the season finale. Crennel released a press statement which said he understands the move because sports are performance-based and he didn’t get the job done. He then went on to thank the franchise, its players and fans for their support. It’s been reported that the Chiefs are interested in Dirk Koetter, the offensive coordinator for the Atlanta Falcons, and the Falcons have given Kansas permission to speak with him this week. It’s also believed the Chiefs have asked to speak to Keith Armstrong, a special teams coach with Atlanta. Clark Hunt, the ...
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