Taking a look at what all the pundits are saying about the Chiefs hiring of Scott Pioli.
Hunt said Pioli was "head and shoulders above everyone else we talked to."
"I went into the interview with him thinking there's no way this individual can live up to the hype surrounding him," Hunt said. "At the end of the interview, I was like, `Wow!' Not only did he live up to it, he exceeded it."
On Wednesday, Pioli will fly to Dallas to meet with Hunt to sign a contract. After Dallas, Pioli will fly to Kansas City with his new boss. While in Kansas City, he will meet with the Chiefs staff. There are about 180 employees who keep the organization running.
via i.a.cnn.net I don't know just what I should do Everywhere I go I see you Guess the song reference while I refresh the KC Star and every Boston paper's web sites. Hint: The album has been discussed here before.
Kansas City Chiefs fans anxiously await news on the possibility of Scott Pioli becoming the team's next general manager.
I hear some of the candidates for the KC front office position are being told today they are no longer candidates — either a sign that Scott Pioli is coming or they are no longer in the mix.