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Pioli supposedly has been offered an extension. The Internet reacted to this news.
Rumors of Chiefs GM Scott Pioli getting a contact extension hit Kansas City last week and they went national on Sunday when CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora reported that Pioli had been offered -- but not yet signed -- a two-year contract extension from the team.
The Internet reacted to the news of Pioli's possible extension:
Colquitt drops another punt inside the 5. I'm just going to keep pointing out he doesn't have an extension... but Pioli does. Why?— The Program(@theprogramkc) October 14, 2012
Not sure what I would have guessed to happen first: dude jumping from space or Pioli extension.— mike freeman (@realfreemancbs) October 14, 2012
#kcchiefs I think that Pioli should be given a 10 year extension...— Dan E. Walden (@wichitadanman) October 14, 2012
#shitnobodysays I wish the Chiefs would give Pioli a contract extension— Shawn Stansbury (@shawnstansbury2) October 14, 2012
Appropriate ending. I'm guessing Scott Pioli wishes the news on his extension had not come out today...— Kurtis Seaboldt (@KSeaboldt) October 14, 2012
I'm guessing Clark Hunt ended his offer of a contract extension for Pioli with something like "Scottie, you're doing a heck of a job."— Jordan Wendland (@CelloJordan) October 14, 2012
@bobfescoe pioli? probably telling someone remind him to sign that extension ASAP— Adam(@rckchkhwk) October 14, 2012
Pioli got a 2 year extension? Hey Hunt, you could've just sent the KC Star a photo off you flipping us off. We would've got the point.— Austin Embrey (@ace9021O) October 14, 2012
@chiefspr why has scott pioli been offered a contract extension? We are terrible and are not getting any less terrible.— Jimmy Peddicord (@jimmypeddicord) October 14, 2012
@arrowheadaddict I have some language I can add to the Pioli contract extension.— Jim Skillet (@jimskillet) October 14, 2012
Pioli's contract extension offer only means one thing: Clark Hunt hates Kansas City and everyone who lives here.— Kevin Cale (@KC_Cale) October 14, 2012