Let's recap the Kansas City Chiefs coaching movement since the end of the season....
Romeo Crennel was retained as head coach; Crennel will be the defensive coordinator; the defensive staff is staying intact; special teams coach Steve Hoffman was not brought back; Tom McMahon hired from the Rams as special teams coach; Richie Anderson (receivers) and Pat Perles (assistant offensive line) were not retained; Bill Muir (offensive line and offensive coordinator) retired; Crennel expects Jim Zorn to stick around; Brian Daboll hired.
That's the gist of it right there, which means we have two spots remaining -- receivers and offensive line (and possibly assistant offensive line).
Crennel confirmed on Tuesday's conference call that the Chiefs were still in the search process for the offensive line coach. There aren't any known candidates for that position.
Crennel also said he knows the direction he wants to go at receivers coach. Who would that be? We don't know yet but Kent Babb of the KC Star wondered if it was an in-house hire, perhaps offensive quality control coach Nick Sirianni. We'll see what the Chiefs announce on that.
That's all we've got on the Chiefs coaching search.