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Kansas City Chiefs have one of the largest coaching staffs again

Only a few teams have more coaches than the KC Chiefs staff.

Jamie Squire

The Kansas City Chiefs enter the 2014 season with one of the largest coaching staffs in the league once again. The Chiefs had 22 coaches listed on their staff last year and they have the same this year.

The positions range from the head coach (Andy Reid, duh) to what's called a Statistical Analysis Coordinator to the Brad Childress special which is called the Spread Game Analyst / Special Projects.

Bleeding Green Nation, SB Nation's Eagles blog, recently broke down the size of all the coaching staffs in the NFL. The Eagles, Seahawks and Ravens (who added four coaches this offseason) all have 25 coaches listed, the most of any teams. The Chiefs are just behind them at 22. The Steelers have the least coaches at 16 and the Patriots right behind them at 17.

Here are the coaches the Chiefs have listed on their website:

Andy Reid - Head Coach

David Culley - Assistant Head Coach / Wide Receivers

Bob Sutton - Defensive Coordinator

Doug Pederson - Offensive Coordinator

Eric Bieniemy - Running Backs

Gary Gibbs - Linebackers

Dave Toub - Special Teams

Tom Melvin - Tight Ends

Andy Heck - Offensive Line

Tommy Brasher - Defensive Line

Eugene Chung - Assistant Offensive Line

Al Harris - Assistant Secondary

Corey Matthaei - Quality Control

Britt Reid - Quality Control

Mark DeLeone - Quality Control

Emmitt Thomas - Defensive Backs

Mark Frazier - Statistical Analysis Coordinator

Matt Nagy - Quarterbacks

Barry Rubin - Strength and Conditioning

Travis Crittenden - Assistant Strength and Conditioning

Brent Salazar - Assistant Strength and Conditioning

Brad Childress - Spread Game Analysts - Special Projects

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