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ESPN: Chiefs promote assistant Bill Muir

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.

The 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 Florida.

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.

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05 Feb 2011 by Ryan Luis

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Yahoo: Kansas City Chiefs player performances in 2011 Pro Bowl

The Kansas City Chiefs celebrated the success of the 2010 NFL season with five players in the Pro Bowl. Quarterback Matt Cassel(notes) was filling in for Tom Brady(notes) who had season-ending surgery. Jamaal Charles(notes), Dwayne Bowe(notes) and Brian Waters(notes) were selected in fan voting. Eric Berry(notes) and Tamba Hali(notes) were added later although Hali opted not to go after Pittsburgh's James Harrison(notes) couldn't make it due to being in the Super Bowl.
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05 Feb 2011 by Ryan Luis

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Holmes Honored


Former Kansas City Chiefs running back Priest Holmes will be inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame’s Class of 2011 on Sunday.

Holmes started 63 games for the Chiefs from 2001-07. He was the NFL’s offensive player of the year in 2002.
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29 Jan 2011 by Ryan Luis

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Williamson: Six Chiefs in Hawaii for Pro Bowl

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The AFC West champion Kansas City Chiefs will be well-represented at the Pro Bowl on Sunday in Hawaii.

Because of the Pittsburgh Steelers’ advancement to the Super Bowl, linebacker Tamba Hali and safety Eric Berry -- two players who were key parts of the Chiefs’ immense improvement on defense -- were added to the AFC roster.
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29 Jan 2011 by Ryan Luis

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12 Nov 2010 by Ryan Luis

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SN: Week 5 matchup: Kansas City Chiefs at Indianapolis Colts

Three story lines

Who are these guys? The Colts are 2-2 for just the fourth time in the past 12 years. They aren't used to this position—not after getting off to at least 7-0 starts in four of the past five seasons. It will be interesting to see how they responds to early-season adversity. The veteran leadership needs to step up, and it always has in the past.


Who are these guys (Part II)?
The Chiefs are the league's lone unbeaten team and off to their first 3-0 start since 2003. They were 10-38 the past three seasons. Are they the real deal? We'll see, but there's no question the Chiefs once again are relevant under the direction of general manager Scott Pioli and coach Todd Haley.

Running or not. The blueprint to beat the Colts is all too clear: Run the football. That wears down the defense and keeps QB Peyton Manning on the sideline. Jacksonville was effective with that last Sunday, essentially limiting the Manning-led offense to eight possessions. The Chiefs certainly have the wherewithal to control the clock with RBs Jamaal Charles and Thomas Jones. They've rushed for 455 yards and averaged 5.3 yards in three games. In their two losses, the Colts have allowed 431 rushing yards and 5.6 yards per attempt.



Read more: http://www.sportingnews.com/nfl/story/2010-10-05/week-5-matchup-kansas-city-chiefs-at-indianapolis-colts#ixzz11aufQl00
06 Oct 2010 by Ryan Luis

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SN: Week 3 matchup: San Francisco 49ers at Kansas City Chiefs

Three story lines

Rare territory. The Chiefs can get off to their first 3-0 start since 2003 by beating the 49ers. More important, it should give Kansas City some staying power in the AFC West race. After playing San Francisco, the Chiefs face a difficult two-game road trip to Indianapolis and Houston.

Getting off zero. The 49ers are fortunate to be playing in the NFL’s weakest division, but still can’t afford to fall too far behind in the NFC West. The schedule sends the 49ers to Atlanta next week, so they’re looking at a potential 0-4 start unless they can find a way to win in Kansas City.



Read more: http://www.sportingnews.com/nfl/story/2010-09-21/week-3-matchup-san-francisco-49ers-at-kansas-city-chiefs#ixzz10HBl5j8R
22 Sep 2010 by Ryan Luis

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19 Sep 2010 by Flint Graves

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