With the offseason upon us, fantasy football owners have some questions about the Chiefs.
The Chiefs have finalized Romeo Crennel's coaching staff for the 2012 season, including the retention of QB coach Jim Zorn.
The Steelers have hired Todd Haley as the team's new offensive coordinator.
There will be an open quarterback job with the Chiefs this offseason, but based on the hiring of offensive coordinator Brian Daboll, Matt Cassel is expected to remain the starter.
The Chiefs have hired Brian Daboll as their new offensive coordinator, according to reports by ESPN and NFL Network.
Bill Muir dedicated nearly half a century to the game of football. Now, the Chiefs' offensive coordinator is ready to hang up his headset.
The Chiefs named Tom McMahon the club's special-teams coach on Monday.
Former Bears area scout Phil Emery, most recently the Chiefs' director of college scouting, is returning to Chicago, this time as the team's general manager.
The Chiefs are pretty set on defense, but have a major need for a nose tackle to anchor the middle of the unit.
The final three weeks of the 2011 season showed the Chiefs' front office and roster that Romeo Crennel was the right man for the head-coaching job.
The hiring of Romeo Crennel makes sense for the Chiefs, but he will only be successful if the team also finds an offensive coordinator to pair with him.
The Chiefs will officially announce Romeo Crennel as their next head coach at a press conference on Monday afternoon.
The Chiefs plan to retain Romeo Crennel as head coach and remove the interim tag from his title.
If the Chiefs are to return to the playoffs next season, they will need their offense to improve. They will rely on a healthy Tony Moeaki and Jamaal Charles to help bolster the attack.
Former Bronco Kyle Orton got his revenge in leading the Chiefs to a 7-3 win over Denver on Sunday, but it's the Broncos who clinched the AFC West and are headed to the postseason.