(Eds: Updates.) By DAVE SKRETTA AP Sports Writer The wholesale overhaul of the Kansas City Chiefs is nearly complete.
Andy Reid has been hired to replace Romeo Crennel as coach, and longtime Packers personnel man John Dorsey has replaced Scott Pioli as general manager. Most of the assistant coaches are on board, and now the Chiefs can start turning their attention toward the rebuilding job.
That includes preparation for the NFL draft.
The Chiefs finished 2-14 last season, matching the worst record in their 53-year history. But the byproduct of all that on-field suffering is that they have the No. 1 pick for the first time, giving Kansas City a good place to start turning around the team.
''We're in a unique position,'' said Dorsey, who will work closely with Reid but have final say over personnel decisions. ''We all know there is some pressure involved in that.''
It is pressure unlike anything he's ever experienced.
Dorsey began his career as a scout for the Packers, and event...