No offense to Alex Marvez of FOXSports.com, but I was very skeptical when I just saw his report that Kansas City Chiefs assistant coach Bill Muir was retiring. That's because we heard the same report from the NFL Network's Jason La Canfora a few weeks earlier only to see Muir come out last week and say he was not retiring.
But this time around it sounds like Muir is actually be retiring.
The KC Star's Adam Teicher is reporting the same thing -- Muir has told the Chiefs he'll retire. Check out the story here which includes quotes from Muir himself on his departure. So that's done (we think).
Also of note in the report is that Teicher says Jim Zorn, the team's quarterbacks coach, has interviewed for the Chiefs offensive coordinator job and he could consider resigning if he doesn't get the job.
The Chiefs reportedly denied a request by the Chicago Bears recently to interview Zorn for the quarterbacks job in Chicago. I wondered then if it was a sign that Zorn was in play for the Chiefs offensive coordinator job.
So it sounds like it's your move, Chiefs.