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Uncertainty hangs over Chiefs players, coaches

Kansas City Chiefs coach Herm Edwards disputes a call during ...

Kansas City Chiefs coach Herm Edwards disputes a call during ...
Atop the gleaming new headquarters building the Kansas City Chiefs opened this year sits the image of a big football.

A gigantic question mark would seem more appropriate, at least for now. Hardly anybody who had anything to do with a 2-14 season, the worst in franchise history, is feeling safe.

From the head coach to the starting quarterback, from the acting general manager to the head of the scouting department, from the director of special events to the most recently hired office assistant, people are wondering if -- or how soon -- they'll clean out their desk.

It's all up to Clark Hunt, the 43-year-old owner and chairman of the board, and whatever new executives he brings in. The decisions Hunt's about to make will be the most far-reaching since his late father gave Carl Peterson near-dictatorial control 20 years ago as president, general manager and chief executive officer.

"It's just a waiting game at this point," Tony Gonzalez, the 10-time Pro Bowl tight end, said Monday. "It's whatever Clark wants to do."

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30 Dec 2008 by Ryan Luis

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Question marks surround Chiefs

Kansas City Chiefs head coach Herm Edwards walks the sidelines ...
Atop the gleaming new headquarters building the Kansas City Chiefs opened this year sits the image of a big football.

A gigantic question mark would seem more appropriate, at least for now. Hardly anybody who had anything to do with a 2-14 season, the worst in franchise history, is feeling safe.

From the head coach to the starting quarterback, from the acting general manager to the head of the scouting department, from the director of special events to the most recently hired office assistant, people are wondering if -- or how soon -- they'll clean out their desk.

It's all up to Clark Hunt, the 43-year-old owner and chairman of the board, and whatever new executives he brings in. The decisions Hunt's about to make will be the most far-reaching since his late father gave Carl Peterson near-dictatorial control 20 years ago as president, general manager and chief executive officer.

"It's just a waiting game at this point," Tony Gonzalez, the 10-time Pro Bowl tight end, said Monday. "It's whatever Clark wants to do."
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30 Dec 2008 by Ryan Luis

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Johnson wants out of Kansas City

Cincinnati Bengals defensive end Antwan Odom (98) tackles Kansas ...

There figures to be plenty of personnel changes for the Kansas City Chiefs following the worst season in franchise history. If star running back Larry Johnson gets his way, he will be part of those changes.

After running for just 18 yards on 10 carries in Sunday's 16-6 loss to Cincinnati, Johnson told reporters that he wants to continue his career elsewhere.

The Chiefs have lost 23 of their last 25 games and are in for a long offseason. General manager Carl Petersen resigned earlier this month and head coach Herm Edwards may not be back next season. Johnson hopes he isn't either.

"Hopefully, my future is not with this organization," said Johnson, who was suspended by the team for an arrest on simple assault earlier this season. "It's not (the Chiefs') fault. Half of it is mine. Half of it is my off-the-field situation and other things that occurred.

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29 Dec 2008 by Ryan Luis

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Chiefs Announce Post-Season Team Awards

Tony Gonzalez, who set yet another tight end record with his fourth 1,000-yard receiving season, was voted the winner of the Kansas City Chiefs' Derrick Thomas Award on Monday.

By vote of the players, Gonzalez was determined to be the most valuable member of the team. Cornerback Maurice Leggett was named the winner of the Mack Lee Hill Award as the team's outstanding rookie.

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29 Dec 2008 by Ryan Luis

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Chiefs' dismal season comes to end with loss

Cincinnati Bengals safety Mike Doss (44) breaks up a pass intended ...

While Herm Edwards talked like he‚€™ll be back as the Kansas City Chiefs‚€™ coach for at least one more year, running back Larry Johnson began trying to talk his way out of town.

Pacing the sideline in a bright red jacket and cap, Edwards watched the Chiefs‚€™ season ‚€” and, perhaps, his days in charge of them ‚€” end with another dismal showing. The Cincinnati Bengals completed their late-season surge with a 16-6 victory Sunday that sent both struggling teams into an offseason of big decisions.

The Chiefs (2-14) have more to make.

The worst season in their 49-year history ended with another disjointed performance under Edwards, who urged the franchise to plunge headlong into a rebuilding mode. His rookie-filled team has lost 23 of its past 25 games, and has at least one major change ahead.

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28 Dec 2008 by Ryan Luis

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Teicher: Chiefs may have to move fast if they are interested in Pioli

Now that the season is over, the Chiefs are free to begin their search for a new general manager.

If they are interested in New England vice president Scott Pioli, they might need to move quickly after the Patriots failed to make the playoffs. That‚€™s because the Cleveland Browns might have an interest in hiring Pioli.

The Kansas City position could interest Pioli, 43, because of the autonomy he would be given by Chiefs chairman Clark Hunt.

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28 Dec 2008 by Ryan Luis

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Bengals, Chiefs, Can Finish Rough '08 on a High Note

It won't be warm at Paul Brown Stadium on Sunday afternoon, and nothing about the 2008 Cincinnati Bengals will ever jibe with the word "hot".

But a win over the visiting Kansas City Chiefs in Week 17 will allow the Bengals to take an encouraging three-game winning streak into what will be an important offseason, and given the way Marvin Lewis' squad has struggled this year, that's worth something.

The Bengals have lifted spirits in the Queen City just a tad during this holiday season, winning back-to-back games over the Redskins (20-13) and Browns (14-0) to give the club a shot at emerging from an AFC North cellar where they have resided alone since late September.

A victory over Kansas City coupled with a loss for Cleveland (4-11) against the Steelers on Sunday will put Cincinnati in third place in the AFC North and help the organization avoid being called Ohio's worst.

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25 Dec 2008 by Ryan Luis

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CHIEFS AIM FOR FINAL FLOURISH

The Kansas City Chiefs conclude the worst season in the 49-year history of the franchise on Sunday when they visit the Cincinnati Bengals, who look to close their forgettable campaign with a third straight win.

The Chiefs are in disarray on and off the field. Kansas City, who are 2-22 in their last 24 games, relinquished another huge fourth-quarter lead in a 38-31 loss to Miami last week.

One week after blowing an 11-point lead in the final period in a loss to San Diego, the Chiefs surrendered a 14-point lead to Miami. The setback came just six days after the resignation of general manager Carl Peterson.

Peterson's resignation has cast even more doubt on the future of head coach Herm Edwards, who said he saw some good things in the loss. Kansas City fell behind, 10-0, but rallied to take a 28-24 half-time lead.

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25 Dec 2008 by Ryan Luis

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