Another day has passed and we still have very little information on who the next Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator will be. That doesn't mean the hiring cycle has slowed down, though. There's plenty of offensive coordinator news out there.
New Oakland Raiders head coach Hue Jackson sounded interested in the Baltimore Ravens' Al Saunders as a possible offensive coordinator candidate. ESPN's Adam Schefter and Chris Mortensen have both said it's looking like that has a good shot of happening. Saunders has been contacted by two teams, according to the Baltimore Sun. Oakland is believed to be one and we're not sure who the other is.
In Seattle, the Seahawks jettisoned offensive coordinator Jeremy Bates. That means he's on the market and it also means Seattle is looking for a new offensive coordinator. They also hired Tom Cable as offensive line coach.
The St. Louis Rams made a mini-splash on Tuesday when they announced the hiring of Josh McDaniels, who was at one point believed to be a candidate in Kansas City (but not anymore apparently).
Atlanta's quarterbacks coach Bill Musgrave is expected to take the Cleveland Browns offensive coordinator job under new head coach Pat Shurmur. A quarterbacks coach who had success with Matt Ryan? On the surface that seems like a guy the Chiefs would be interested in.
And yet through all of this, we haven't heard the Chiefs name mentioned once.