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Team: Kansas City Chiefs
Age / DOB:  (59) / 3/19/1958
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CBS' Jason La Canfora reports Chiefs coach Andy Reid has had "little to no role" in the interviewing process to replace fired GM John Dorsey.
We find this very hard to believe, but the Chiefs have proven quite sensitive to the perception that it was Reid who forced Dorsey out. The team has insisted Dorsey's replacement will report directly to owner Clark Hunt, as Dorsey supposedly did. The team has a "loose goal" of finding Dorsey's successor by training camp. The team seems poised to promote from within. Jul 4 - 7:05 PM

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Profootballtalk reports the Chiefs have a "loose goal" of replacing ex-GM John Dorsey by training camp.

Per Mike Florio, Dorsey's replacement will report directly to owner Clark Hunt, as Dorsey supposedly did. "Supposedly" because it's unmistakable who calls the shots on the football side in Kansas City: Coach Andy Reid. ESPN reports in-house candidates to replace Dorsey are co-director of player personnel Brett Veach and pro personnel scout Mike Borgonzi.
Jun 22 - 5:45 PM

Chiefs signed coach Andy Reid to a contract extension.

Reid was entering the final season of his original five-year deal. The terms of the extension have yet to be made public — they often never are with coaches — but it's richly deserved. Reid is 43-21 (.672) as a Chief, making the playoffs 3-of-4 seasons. He has coached around major deficiencies on offense, and been completely reinvigorated on his stale final few years in Philadelphia. Reid turned 59 in March.
Jun 22 - 3:50 PM

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Chiefs will look to extend HC Andy Reid's contract this offseason.

Reid will be entering the last year of a five-year deal and has certainly done enough to warrant an extension after leading the Chiefs to four consecutive winning seasons. This year the Chiefs won the AFC West for the first time since 2010 while recording their highest win total since 2003. An extension should come to fruition shortly after the season ends.
Source: ESPN.com
Jan 8 - 9:19 AM

The Chiefs have appealed their punishment in the Jeremy Maclin tampering case.

"As we indicated in the statement, we intended to file and we have filed that appeal at this point," owner Clark Hunt said. The league brought the hammer down on the Chiefs for allegedly illegally talking to Maclin during last year's "legal tampering" period, fining them $250,000 and stripping a 2016 third-rounder and 2017 sixth-rounder. Teams are allowed to talk to agents, but not players during the tampering window. It's an absurdly overzealous punishment, but that's nothing new for the NFL.
Mon, Mar 21, 2016 03:11:00 PM

NFL fined the Chiefs $250,000 and stripped them of their 2016 third-round and 2017 sixth-round picks for illegally tampering with Jeremy Maclin as a free agent last offseason.

Coach Andy Reid and GM John Dorsey have also been fined. It's quite a big blow for something all teams do, especially with the NFL's nonsense "legal tampering" period basically being looked over this year. Commissioner Roger Goodell simply needs to abolish this thing and have a normal free agency opening like the other sports. Maclin signed a five-year, $55 million deal.
Wed, Mar 9, 2016 05:39:00 PM

Chiefs coach Andy Reid confirms he will continue to call his own plays.

There was no reason to expect otherwise, but Reid decided to confirm as such as the Chiefs announced assistants Brad Childress and Matt Nagy will replace departed OC Doug Pederson. Although he has glaring weaknesses — a sometimes overcommitment to the pass, clock management and getting the ball in his top weapons' hands enough — Reid is one of the league's best game-planners and play-callers. There's no reason for him to relinquish duties.
Thu, Jan 21, 2016 04:10:00 PM

Coach Andy Reid said he isn't considering giving up offensive play-calling duties.

Reid was asked specifically if he'd give up his play-calling duties in order to help out with other parts of the team. "Well, I think I spend a lot of time on it anyways — not a lot of wasted hours," Reid said. "Listen, I trust my coaches that they can coach their positions, and I try to keep an eye on that on both sides of the ball and special teams. That’s part of my job." The Chiefs run one of the blandest offenses and are currently 27th in red-zone touchdown efficiency.
Mon, Oct 19, 2015 06:52:00 PM

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4Ross Travis
5Orson Charles
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