Arrowheadlines: Chiefs News for 1/17

Good morning Chiefs fans. Open threads for the playoffs today will be posted at 11 AM central time. Here are your links for today:

List of names for Bears' O-coordinator job growing :: CHICAGO SUN-TIMES :: Bears
Add Chan Gailey to the list of candidates to become the Bears' offensive coordinator, meaning the team might add a third former NFL head coach to their staff. Gailey, the former Dallas Cowboys and Georgia Tech head coach, was the offensive coordinator for the Kansas City Chiefs under Herm Edwards, who is close to Bears coach Lovie Smith, in 2008. He remained in that position when Todd Haley was hired to coach the Chiefs before last season but was relieved of his duties less than two weeks before the 2009 season opener.

Chiefs News Chiefs Update | Chiefs Football at BobGretz.com
New Chiefs defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel is in Orlando for the next week, as he’ll handle the East Squad in the annual East-West Shrine Game. He can learn a great deal about his new home if he talks with the coach of the West Squad, former Chiefs head coach Marty Schottenheimer. The game will go off next Saturday at 2 p.m. CST from the Citrus Bowl. Practices start on Monday in Florida.

 

FayObserver.com - Region players had an impact on the NFL this season
The former E.E. Smith player had an interesting season, being traded from the Kansas City Chiefs to the Carolina Panthers six weeks into the season. He finished with 22 tackles in six games with the Chiefs and eight tackles in six games with the Panthers. He missed the final five weeks of the season with injury.

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