Remember Terry Shea? He was the Kansas City Chiefs quarterbacks coach from 2001-03 and then again in 2005 until Herm Edwards relieved him of his duties in January of 2007. He was there for the rise of the Chiefs offense under Dick Vermeil, as well as the rise of Trent Green.
Shea was last seen working with Matthew Stafford and Josh Freeman before last April's draft. Both of those guys were first round picks.
Starting on Monday, Shea will work with Sam Bradford to prepare him for April's draft, ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports.
He definitely has his work cut out for him as Bradford recovers from a shoulder injury that sidelined him for much of the season.
As of this moment, Shea is not with a NFL team. He's previously weighed in on the progress of Todd Haley and Matt Cassel with the Chiefs.
Charlie Weis will definitely benefit Cassel but, if he weren't there, Shea would be a prime candidate since he did pretty well with another Chiefs quarterback.