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Williamson: Kansas City coaching options

While big names such as Mike Shanahan and Bill Cowher appear to be unlikely matches for the Chiefs, here is a look at some of the coaching candidates available and how they'd potentially fit in with Kansas City.

Kirk Ferentz

Iowa, head coach

The skinny: Ferentz's name has been mentioned for other NFL jobs and many league observers think he'll be a strong NFL coach. Still, others have doubts Ferentz wants to leave the Hawkeyes. He has ties with new Chiefs' general manager Scott Pioli.

Leslie Frazier

Minnesota Vikings, defensive coordinator

The skinny: He has had several interviews and he was a runner-up in Denver. If the Chiefs want to stick with a defensive-minded coach, Frazier could be a strong candidate. Kansas City has more issues on defense than offense, so it could be tempting.

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26 Jan 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Haley to Chiefs speculation intensifies

Todd Haley

Speculation has intensified that offensive coordinator Todd Haley is in line to become the next head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs, who fired coach Herm Edwards on Friday.

As of Saturday afternoon, the Chiefs had not asked the Cardinals for permission to meet with Haley. If they do, an interview wouldn't take place until after the Super Bowl.

On Friday, Haley sounded as if he doesn't want to go anywhere.

"Like I've told everybody else, I love my job here," he said. "I love the guy I work for (Whisenhunt) and the guys I work with, and I love the guys I coach.

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25 Jan 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Report: Shanahan won't be taking Chiefs job

Former Broncos coach Mike Shanahan "definitely" won't be coaching the Kansas City Chiefs this year, according to a story by Peter King of that was posted today.

The report also said Shanahan won't "take a coaching job anywhere prior to the 2009 season." It cited an NFL source close to Shanahan who also said Shanahan "was adamant that he was not coaching the Chiefs."

Rumors about Shanahan possibly going to the Chiefs started circulating shortly after Herm Edwards was fired as their coach Friday after three years at the helm.

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24 Jan 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Judge: Edwards never had a chance in K.C.

Herm Edwards never had a chance.

I guess my only question is: What took them so long? The moment the Chiefs hired Scott Pioli as their GM Herm was a dead man. No, the moment former president Carl Peterson stepped aside, he was goner. And he knew it: Why else do you think he told his assistants to find jobs where they could?

I feel for the guy because he didn't have a prayer with the team he was left with this season. He played most of the season with a third-string quarterback and inexperience everywhere, yet somehow he kept the Chiefs competitive. So they won two games. Young players got to play, and I've always said I'd rather be bad young than bad old. Trust me, the time they got on the field this season will pay off in the future.

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24 Jan 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Williamson: Firing Edwards makes good football sense

Herm Edwards is as nice of a man as you can find in the NFL and the Chiefs' decision to wait 26 days after the season until firing him was unnecessary.

Still, this was the right call.

It's time for the Chiefs to move on with their franchise as they start the Scott Pioli era. Here are four key reasons why the decision to fire Edwards made good football sense.

His poor record: After sneaking into the playoffs in his first season in Kansas City, Edwards went 6-26 in his final two seasons there. The Chiefs lost 23 of their last 25 games. That is a record worthy of a coaching change.

Better now than later: If Edwards was retained for the final season of his contract and went out and stumbled again in 2009, people would wonder why the Chiefs waited a year. It could have stalled the franchise unnecessarily. With Carl Peterson being ousted last month, this move is a clean sweep. Now, the Chiefs can start fresh.

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24 Jan 2009 by Ryan Luis

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On the same day that a former Broncos coach made a big stir by unexpectedly arising as a candidate for offensive coordinator in San Fran, another former Broncos coach is also potentially resurfacing in an unexpected place. 

On Thursday, we pointed out that there were increasing rumors and reports of the Chiefs possibly hiring former Broncos coach Mike Shanahan.

The rumors and reports were knocked down in various circles.Now, ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reports that the Chiefs are close to a deal with Shanahan. 


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23 Jan 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Don't pencil in Shanahan for the Chiefs just yet

Mike Shanahan is out as the Broncos' head coach.
umors based on television reports bite. The whole Mike Shanahan-to-the-Chiefs buzz has had my b.s. detector beeping since yesterday afternoon. I just ain't buying it, especially since The Star's NFL writers aren't reporting anything.'s Adam Schefter, who used to work in Denver and is about as plugged-in as it gets, writes this on his blog:
  • "As of mid-day Thursday, the Chiefs and Shanahan haven’t had any contact. None. Zero. Zip. Nada. Yet, within the past hour, I’ve received a half-dozen calls and e-mails from various Kansas City and Denver media outlets, asking if there’s any truth to the rumor that the Chiefs and Shanahan are talking. No, there is not. There is no truth to the rumor. Chiefs officials are at the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala., and Shanahan just finished a morning run on the treadmill."
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23 Jan 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Chiefs' Edwards fired after going 6-26 in 2 years

Head Coach Herm Edwards of the Kansas City Chiefs is pictured ...

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Herm Edwards has been fired as coach of the Kansas City Chiefs. Edwards led the team during its worst two-year span in team history, has been fired, going 6-26. He goes out with a three-year regular-season record of 15-33 and with one year remaining on a four-year, $12 million contract.

Edwards had been waiting to learn his fate since president and general manager Carl Peterson abruptly resigned on Dec. 15. When Scott Pioli was introduced as Peterson's successor on Jan. 13, he was noncommittal and said only that he intended to speak with Edwards.

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23 Jan 2009 by Ryan Luis

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