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Why Scott Pioli/George Kokinis Should Come To Kansas City

There are currently 3 teams that are searching for a new GM (Chiefs, Browns, and Broncos), and there are currently two super hot commodities out there for those positions (Scott Pioli, and George Kokinis).  Why should either of them consider the Chiefs over one of those other two teams?

 1.      The Chiefs were 2-14 last year.  Expectations are pretty low right now, so the new GM would have a couple of years to assemble his roster before fans started souring

on him.  That is definitely not true in Denver, and may not be true in Cleveland considering they did have a playoff season just two years ago.

2.      In 50 years, the Chiefs have had 4 General Managers.  Some teams have that many GM’s in a single decade.  This shows that the ownership is patient and will give you plenty of time to build the roster and execute your plan.  If I were a candidate, this would be very important for me.  I would want to know that I would be given every chance to succeed.

3.      The Chiefs are poised to make a big turnaround as early as next season.  While the team’s record was horrible this year, it’s not like the roster is completely devoid of talent.  You have talented cornerbacks in Brandon Flowers, Brandon Carr, and Maurice Leggett, all young players.  Tyler Thigpen came into his own and is at least a competitor for the starting QB job next year.  Dwayne Bowe is a talented wide receiver, who on a better team would be a Pro Bowler.  On the line is Branden Albert at left tackle and Brian Waters at left guard.  I believe Tamba Hali will be better if he gets help on the line, and Glenn Dorsey as well. 

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10 Jan 2009 by Ryan Luis

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MVN: Herm Should be Fired, But He Deserved a Lot Better in Kansas City

This article has been a long time coming. I am one of the few Herm Edwards sympathizers left in the world. I don't know if he's done a good or a bad job; I just know that he was never given a fair chance to prove it one way or another. 

But that's dodging the question: do I think Herm Edwards should be fired in Kansas City? Yes. Do I think that is unfair to Herm Edwards? Absolutely yes. So there you have it: I think it's unfair to fire Herm Edwards, but believe it needs to be done anyway. I realize that makes me a bad person.
09 Jan 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Chiefs | Pioli reportedly offered general manager’s job

Karen Guregian, of the Boston Herald, reports the Kansas City Chiefs have offered New England Patriots vice president of player personnel Scott Pioli the role of general manager, according to 610 Sports in Kansas City. The station cites sources who claim money and control over football operations as two major sticking points the sides are still haggling over.
09 Jan 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Dominik A Candidate For Chiefs G.M. Position

Bucs director of pro personnel Mark Dominik, who grew up in Kansas and graduated from KU, has emerged as a candidate for the Chiefs G.M. position. Dominik has spent the last 14 years in the Bucs' pro scouting department. ALSO: Raheem Morris interviews in Denver for the head coaching job on Monday.

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08 Jan 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Herm likely out in Kansas City

Citing "multiple NFL executives,"'s Adam Schefter reports that Herm Edwards is unlikely to remain the Chiefs' head coach in 2009.
Schefter says the Chiefs will hire a general manger first and let him decide Edwards' fate, but that GM will likely bring in his own coach. With the Browns' interest in Patriots VP of Personnel Scott Pioli seemingly dying, a Pioli-Josh McDaniels or Pioli-Kirk Ferentz package could happen in KC.


08 Jan 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Scott Pioli: Chief-bound?

The moment that the regular season concluded, there were two legitimate suitors in the Scott Pioli sweepstakesó Cleveland and Kansas City.

Because Browns owner Randy Lerner hired a head coach in Eric Mangini prior to hunting for someone to lead his front office, he may have played himself out of contention with Piloli.

Mangini and Pioli have a history together, but after the "Spygate" debacle, it is hard to imagine these two working together again. Thus, Cleveland should be eliminated from the Pioli lottery, with the Detroit Lions and the Kansas City Chiefs the luck of the draw.

While Detroit remains a possibility, the job in Kansas City appears to be much more attractive. He would have more cap space to work with if he chose the Chiefs as well as less of a problem rebuilding. The Chiefs are a year into their rebuilding efforts.

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08 Jan 2009 by Ryan Luis

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PFT: Peterson Headed to Miami?

It’s unclear if Bill Parcells will exercise the escape clause in his contract with the Dolphins, but Carl Peterson may have something to do with his decision. The former Chiefs G.M. is close to new Dolphins owner Stephen Ross and, according to Adam Schefter, people around the league are convinced that Peterson is headed to Miami “sooner rather than later.”

Ross owned the Philadelphia Stars of the USFL and Peterson was their general manager. Peterson’s teams compiled a 48-13-1 record and he won two USFL Executive of the Year awards.

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04 Jan 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Kansas City Chiefs: Quarterback is top Priority

Obviously when a team finishes 2-14 and 6-26 in the past two seasons, there are numerous holes that need to be shored up.

Aside from tight end, where Tony Gonzalez remains one of the game’s best, the Kansas City Chiefs are in the same boat. They could draft any position with the No. 3 pick and make a talent upgrade.

However, some needs are more pressing than others. A pass rushing defensive end, coverage outside linebacker, and a right tackle are the three biggies.

But here is the biggest question the Chiefs will have this off-season: what about the quarterback?

From now until the draft, the speculation will be whether or not the Chiefs will take a quarterback with their first round pick. Some people within the organization think Tyler Thigpen, who started most of the season and did an adequate job, can be the future.

But another factor to take into consideration with Thigpen is the fate of head coach, Herman Edwards. If he is retained for another season, then the Chiefs will run the shotgun, spread system again, which Thigpen thrived in, at times.

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03 Jan 2009 by Ryan Luis

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