Kansas City has hired its fourth offensive coordinator since head
coach Todd Haley arrived two years ago, but nobody's saying who will be
calling the plays when the Chiefs take the field next season.
Chiefs on Thursday named offensive line coach Bill Muir as offensive
coordinator to replace Charlie Weis, who was in Kansas City one season
before leaving to become offensive coordinator for the University of
Muir, who came to Kansas City with Haley in 2009, also worked with Haley for seven years with the New York Jets. He has been in the NFL in some capacity for 34 years, serving as both defensive and offensive coordinator.