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Ratto: Hailing Haley's grill work? Hold on there, Chiefs

The most intriguing story of the early Super Bowl prep is actually a sidebar, which is a weird enough way to start what might be the weirdest Super Bowl ever.

It isn't the Arizona Cardinals overcoming decades of self-applied filth; that one was played out after they beat Carolina. It isn't Anquan Boldin, the Cardinals wide receiver who chose an odd time to pitch a nutty, and is already finding the best way to backtrack.

It is, in fact, the sidebar to the Boldin story -- the fast-developing cult of Todd Haley.

Haley, the Arizona offensive coordinator who snapped back at Boldin on the sidelines during the NFC title game, has become the new prettiest girl at the dance -- the coach who faces down the diva wide receiver by pitching an even more effusive nutty. Indeed, he is the first coach since his mentor, Bill Parcells, to announce loudly and publicly that he is not a "players' coach."

And that is resonating in ways that Haley's work as the offensive coordinator of the pass-happy Cardinals never did. That is resonating so much, in fact, that he is now considered the next coach of the Kansas City Chiefs, which must come as a surprise to Herman Edwards, the current coach of the Kansas City Chiefs.

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21 Jan 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Gun Moves On

ALLEN PARK, Mich. (AP) -- New Detroit Lions coach Jim Schwartz made his first major staff hire Wednesday, bringing in veteran assistant Gunther Cunningham as defensive coordinator.

The two previously worked together as assistants on Jeff Fisher's staff in Tennessee. Schwartz was defensive coordinator under Fisher this past season, when the Titans posted an NFL-best 13-3 record with a defense that ranked second in points allowed.

Cunningham, a 40-year coaching veteran on the college and pro levels, was Kansas City's head coach from 1999-2000 and the Chiefs' defensive coordinator in 1995-98 and from 2004 through this past season.

He'll set about trying to fix one of the league's worst defenses, one of the big reasons Detroit didn't win a game last season.

Terms of his contract were not disclosed.

Cunningham also has served as an assistant with the Raiders, Chargers and Colts in the NFL and California, Stanford, Arkansas and Oregon in the college ranks.

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21 Jan 2009 by Denglen

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Collinsworth: Haley to be new Chiefs' coach

NBC Sports analyst Cris Collinsworth expects Arizona Cardinals offensive coordinator Todd Haley to be named the Kansas City Chiefs head coach, according to the Kansas City Star.

The Chiefs named the former New England Patriots vice president of personnel Scott Pioli their general manager earlier this month.

Pioli has not made an official decision on keeping coach Herm Edwards, leading to speculation that he is wanting to hire someone else.

Haley joined Sports 620 KTAR's Gambo & Ash Tuesday afternoon and said he enjoys his job in Arizona.

"If the time comes and it's right I'm sure I'll [know], but right now I'm just happy what I'm doing what I'm doing here, being a part of something really really special that's never gone on here in Arizona," Haley said.

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21 Jan 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Kansas City: Who They Need from Free Agency

Once again, I find myself wondering about what the Chiefs should do to have a better team next season. I will be putting out my ideas on what free agents the Chiefs should sign.


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Defensive Line

Julius Peppers is the No. 1 guy on this list. He is a freak coming off the end, having 14.5 sacks last year. He still has some solid years left in him as he is only 29 years old. He would definitely fix our pass rushing issues and the Chiefs should be able to meet his money demands with all of that cap room they currently have.

Second on this list is defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth. Haynesworth is huge and will plug up the middle of the D-line. He had 8.5 sacks in the 2008 season, which is great for a defensive tackle. If the Chiefs can't get Julius Peppers, Haynesworth would be a great fall back.
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21 Jan 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Do Chiefs now have inside track for Cowher in 2010?


At one point in his search to reorganize the Browns' football operations, owner Randy Lerner fantasized of a front office pairing of Bill Cowher and Scott Pioli.

Now there is speculation that the dream team could be made after all -- in Kansas City.

The instigator was Boomer Esiason, who sits beside Cowher on the set of CBS' "The NFL Today" pre-game show.

NFL.com's Adam Schefter reported Esiason said on his New York City radio show last week that he wouldn't be surprised if Pioli held off until 2010 to make a coaching change in his new job with the Chiefs. Then he would replace incumbent Herm Edwards with Cowher.

Thus begins the first official link of Cowher with a team in 2010.
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19 Jan 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Report: Chiefs' Cunningham to talk soon with Lions about coaching job

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Chiefs defensive coordinator Gunther Cunningham is scheduled to speak soon to the Lions about a coaching job, the Kansas City Star reported.

Cunningham worked with new Lions coach Jim Schwartz for three years in Tennessee, where Schwartz was defensive coordinator and Cunningham was linebackers coach.

Schwartz, introduced Friday at Ford Field, has begun the process of putting together his staff, though he said he would take his time. He is expected to speak to a number of candidates this week in Mobile, Ala., where NFL executives, coaches and scouts converge to watch practices for the Senior Bowl.

The Broncos' Jeremy Bates and the Jets' Brian Schottenheimer are Schwartz's leading candidates for offensive coordinator, the Free Press has confirmed.

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19 Jan 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Putting On The Scott Pioli Helmet: Who Should The Kansas City Chiefs Draft?

The Chiefs had a horrible record last year but they were privileged enough to own the third overall selection in the upcoming NFL draft.

I will be putting on the general manager hat for the next half an hour and will point out who I would like the Chiefs to select in the first four rounds of the draft. I'm sorry if you do not agree with who I select, but it's only an article so get over it.

So sit back relax and enjoy.

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19 Jan 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Schefter: Schwartz recruiting Cunningham to Detroit

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It didn’t take long for the Detroit Lions’ new head coach, Jim Schwartz, to begin reaching out to assistant coaching candidates.

Schwartz asked for and received permission to interview Kansas City Chiefs defensive coordinator Gunther Cunningham, who worked with him on the Tennessee Titans’ staff from 2001 to 2003.

Cunningham’s job security in Kansas City is tenuous at best, and the fact that he was one of the first coaches that Schwartz contacted is a sign of how much he is wanted in Detroit. One league source said that Cunningham is expected to be hired in Detroit.

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16 Jan 2009 by Ryan Luis

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