Found February 04, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
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Brian Daboll reportedly has been named the offensive coordinator of the Kansas City Chiefs. ESPN reported that Daboll was the choice to succeed Bill Muir, who decided to retire. Chiefs quarterbacks coach Jim Zorn and former Oakland Raiders offensive coordinator Al Saunders also interviewed for the position Daboll was the offensive coordinator with the Miami Dolphins last season and spent two seasons in a similar position with the Cleveland Browns.
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