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Re: Kansas City Chiefs
« Risposta #15 il: Gennaio 15, 2009, 07:25:22 pm »
 
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Chiefs' Hunt, Pioli will make 'joint decision' on future of Edwards
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- If Herm Edwards is on his way out as coach of the Kansas City Chiefs, his new boss isn't saying.

In his first news conference since being hired as the final authority on all Chiefs football operations, new general manager Scott Pioli would go no further Wednesday than to say he intends to visit with Edwards.

What's Edwards' future with Chiefs?
 Now that the Chiefs have hired Scott Pioli as their general manager, sweeping changes are expected to follow. The biggest is expected to be at head coach, NFL Network's Adam Schefter says. More ... "I have a lot of respect for Herm. I had a chance to visit with Herm today," said Pioli, who spent the last nine years helping Bill Belichick build a dynasty in New England.

"I've got a lot of respect for Herm on a professional level and a personal level. This entire thing is going to be a process."

There have been reports that Edwards, 2-23 in his last 25 games, was on his way out.

"Contrary to reports that were out there, we're going to spend some time talking about Herm," said Pioli. "I'm actually looking forward to it."

Edwards and his staff were 6-26 in their last two years, the worst span in team history. They have been waiting to learn their fate since Dec. 15, when Carl Peterson resigned after 20 years as president, CEO and general manager.

Chiefs board chairman Clark Hunt, who has said he liked Edwards and thought he might be the best man to continue the organization's rebuilding, said only that he and Pioli would discuss the situation with open minds and that it would be a "joint decision."

Now that Hunt has hired Pioli to head football operations, he will go about putting someone in charge of business operations. He declined to say whether Denny Thum, a longtime team employee, would be given top priority, or even if he would interview other candidates.

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A veteran of more than 30 years with the Chiefs' front office, Thum was former GM Carl Peterson's right-hand man in contract negotiations. The trust Hunt places in him was evident when word got out that Thum was assisting the owner in the GM search to the point of even taking part in the interview process.

Slowed by age in 2007, plagued by youth and injury in 2008, Edwards' teams have won only two of their last 25 games. Especially wretched this past season was a defense that at various times allowed team records in points and rushing yards allowed while managing an embarrassing 10 sacks -- an NFL record for pass-rushing good-for-nothingness.

Defensive line coach Tim Krumrie and defensive coordinator Gunther Cunningham, who was Kansas City's head coach in 1999 and 2000, would seem to stand on particularly shaky ground. Also falling into that group would be special-teams coach Mike Priefer.

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Re: Kansas City Chiefs
« Risposta #16 il: Gennaio 19, 2009, 07:53:44 pm »
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Chiefs could consider Cardinals’ Haley
Posted: January 18th, 2009 | jrhath1 | Tags: Arizona Cardinals, Herm Edwards, Kansas City Chiefs, Todd Haley

Add one more intriguing name to the potential list of head-coaching candidates in Kansas City.

Cardinals offensive coordinator Todd Haley, a former assistant coach for Scott Pioli’s father-in-law, Bill Parcells, in Dallas, could be thrown into the mix of Chiefs head-coaching candidates, should Herm Edwards not be retained.

Parcells has extolled the virtues of Haley to many around the NFL, and Haley has elevated the Cardinals’ offense to where the team is on the brink of going to its first Super Bowl.

Pioli initially was interested in Josh McDaniels, but he landed the Denver Broncos’ job. Kirk Ferentz would have been an option, but he’s expected to remain at Iowa. Kansas City was expected to seek permission to interview Steve Spagnuolo, but he took the St. Louis Rams’ job.

Now other candidates could come into play in Kansas City, and one might be Haley.



....questa è interessante...mi sa che dovremo aspettare il SB....

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Re: Kansas City Chiefs
« Risposta #17 il: Gennaio 22, 2009, 01:39:54 am »
si parla di todd haley off cordinator dei cardinals per il posto di head coach

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Re: Kansas City Chiefs
« Risposta #18 il: Gennaio 22, 2009, 09:22:37 am »
si parla di todd haley off cordinator dei cardinals per il posto di head coach

....se così fosse e alla luce di quanto messo in campo, soprattutto a livello offensivo dai Cardinals, quest'anno, potrebbe essere la svolta in positivo per la franchigia del Missouri, squadra talentuosa, giovane, che ha anche la fortuna di trovarsi in una division che nel complesso, ultimamente, non ha certo brillato. Con Haley potrebbe fare il salto di qualità...ci vorrà comunque del tempo e bisognerà vedere anche chi verrà scelto come DC, OC, poi le free agency, il draft, strada lunga ...Pioli prima e adesso se venisse confermata la notizia dopo il SB, di Haley ....la situazione potrebbe farsi interessante...

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Re: Kansas City Chiefs
« Risposta #19 il: Gennaio 24, 2009, 01:19:01 pm »
I Chiefs hanno lincenziato Herm Edwards.... :ciaosci:

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Re: Kansas City Chiefs
« Risposta #20 il: Gennaio 25, 2009, 12:27:03 pm »
I Chiefs hanno lincenziato Herm Edwards.... :ciaosci:


....adesso vediamo chi arriva....comunque credo sia giusto così....

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Re: Kansas City Chiefs
« Risposta #21 il: Gennaio 25, 2009, 12:57:17 pm »
http://www.kansascity.com/sports/chiefs/story/1000011.html

Un po' di nomi sul possibile prossimo Hc dei Chiefs....buona lettura...

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Re: Kansas City Chiefs
« Risposta #22 il: Gennaio 25, 2009, 02:03:53 pm »
In 3 anni dai PO a un misero 2-14...mi sa ke qualcosa non andava piu.. :ciaosci:

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Re: Kansas City Chiefs
« Risposta #23 il: Febbraio 05, 2009, 10:40:26 pm »
Dopo Herm Edwards, anche Larry Johnson se ne va...? :excelent:

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Re: Kansas City Chiefs
« Risposta #24 il: Febbraio 05, 2009, 11:33:47 pm »
...pare che anche Tony Gonzalez abbia rivelato ai giornalisti la voglia di andarsene da Kansas City ...se così fosse la squadra rischierebbe di perdere in un colpo solo RB e TE....e probabilmente la possibilità di draftare un QB al primo giro neldraft...a tale proposito Thigpen , il terzo Qb che quest'anno ha sostituito gli infortunati Huard e Croyle, ha dichiarato di sentirsi pronto per essere il Qb del futuro per Kansas City....staremo a vedere....continua inoltre la ricerca del prossimo HC .....i nomi più insitenti sono quelli di Shanahan(Ex Broncos) e di Kirk Ferentz, attuale HC degli Iowa Hawkeyes!!!

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Re: Kansas City Chiefs
« Risposta #25 il: Febbraio 06, 2009, 08:31:34 am »
è la prima volta che leggo tutto un teamtopic, che non sia gold rush behaviour  :ahahah:

io comunque credo che la prima mossa del nuovo front office dovrebbe essere cambiare nome
da Kansas City Chiefs
a Kansas City Pioli

o meglio ancora

Lamar Hunt City Pioli
... poi subentrerà Kaepernick e metteranno allo stadio la musichetta di Bennie Hill ... :colz:
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Re: Kansas City Chiefs
« Risposta #26 il: Febbraio 06, 2009, 03:10:03 pm »
è la prima volta che leggo tutto un teamtopic, che non sia gold rush behaviour  :ahahah:

io comunque credo che la prima mossa del nuovo front office dovrebbe essere cambiare nome
da Kansas City Chiefs
a Kansas City Pioli

o meglio ancora

Lamar Hunt City Pioli


...lanceremo un sondaggio...

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Re: Kansas City Chiefs
« Risposta #27 il: Febbraio 06, 2009, 03:20:17 pm »
Intanto si vocifera che i Chiefs abbiano ingaggiato l' OC dei Cards Todd Haley...sarebbe un buon punto di partenza per ricostruire la squadra...

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Re: Kansas City Chiefs
« Risposta #28 il: Febbraio 06, 2009, 06:39:08 pm »
E' ufficiale: Todd Haley è il nuovo HC dei Kansas City Chiefs!Complimenti!!!!!

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Re: Kansas City Chiefs
« Risposta #29 il: Febbraio 06, 2009, 06:39:37 pm »
Ufficiale..Todd Haley nuovo HC...