Found December 29, 2011 on Pro Football Talk:
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There is a lot of drama surrounding Kansas City’s season finale, but Sunday’s game will quickly be forgotten in Kansas City in the days that follow. The Chiefs need to find a head coach. Speculation has centered around G.M. Scott Pioli possibly removing the “interim” tag from Romeo Crennel’s title. Crennel would then need to…
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