Found November 14, 2012 on
Larry Brown Sports:
The Kansas City Chiefs have been featured in several headlines already this week, and as you know there is nothing positive to say about their on-field performance this season. During Monday night’s loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Chiefs were dancing machines. They were penalized for excessive celebration on a touchdown that ended up not counting. Dwyane Bowe was penalized for taunting after scoring another touchdown — which also didn’t count. And then there was the Kid N’ Play dance that a couple of Kansas City players busted out after sacking Ben Roethlisberger.
The now 1-8 Chiefs obviously planned some of these antics before the game began, and head coach Romeo Crennel is not amused.
“I have no idea,” Crennel told the Kansas City Star when asked what inspired the dance party. “It was a surprise to me to see some of those celebrations, per se. The rules are explicit about no celebrating, particularly group celebrations. You cannot have those. Our guys, they know the rules and...
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Usually first-year head coaches are exempt from the proverbial hot seat, but this season has been anything but predictable, and it has a pair of first-year head coaches beginning to look like dead men walking. Romeo Crennel and Mike Mularkey aren't on their first head coaching jobs. Crennel led the Browns for four years from 2005 through 2008. Mularkey held the top job in Buffalo...
The Kansas City Chiefs' dancing and celebrating during their 16-13 overtime loss Monday night in Pittsburgh didn't sit well with coach Romeo Crennel. "It was a surprise to me to see some of those celebrations, per se," Crennel said in a story in The Kansas City Star. "The rules are explicit about no celebrating, particularly group celebrations. You cannot...
Chiefs coach Romeo Crennel says he plans to speak to his team about discipline issues that cropped up during Monday night's loss at Pittsburgh, including an instance in which Kansas City was flagged for a group celebration.
Crennel says he isn't sure where the celebrations came from, but acknowledged that ''with the record we have, they can't afford to be dancing...
A recent review of Romeo Crennel’s Tweets from Twitter. **In case you grew up in a cave, this is all a parody and not to be taken seriously. @notforlongcoach: Just got into the Pitt. Watching end of Bears/Texans. So this is what NFL football is suppose to look like. Sunday 9:30pm @notforlongcoach: [...]
For a one win team the Kansas City Chiefs sure know how to dance. Actually dancing may be the only thing the Chiefs can do well this season. Sadly head coach Romeo Crennel does not seem impressed.
Crennel who recently fired himself as the teams defensive coordinator has put the brakes on the Chiefs dancing ways.
So where did all the dancing come from?
“I have no idea,” Crennel...
It’s almost as great as the cornerback who thumps his chest after breaking up a pass in a game in which his team has been lit up for 42 points.
The Chiefs were celebrating quite a bit Monday night in a game they lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers on national television. But it wasn’t just the celebration that had coach Romeo Crennel, one of the game’s greatest head-shakers, shaking...
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It's not easy being an NFL head coach, especially when anyone and everyone can create not-so-glowing tribute Web sites demanding your job. Andy Reid, Norv Turner, Rex Ryan and Ron Rivera are just four of the coaches suffering this fate.