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Chiefs announce changes to coaching staff for 2021

Most of the changes are internal, but a few new faces are joining Andy Reid’s staff.

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Through their official Twitter account, the Kansas City Chiefs have announced some changes to their coaching staff for the 2021 season. Most involve coaches moving from one job to another.

Following the departure of running backs coach Deland McCullough for the University of Indiana just after the Super Bowl, wide receivers coach Greg Lewis is taking his duties. Joe Bleymaier — formerly the passing game analyst/assistant quarterbacks coach — is taking over the wide receiver room, while David Girardi moves up from offensive quality control to take his place. Conor Embree moves from being a defensive assistant to offensive quality control. Terry Bradden Jr. moves up from defensive quality control to assistant defensive line coach.

Veteran coach Ken Flajole — formerly with the Philadelphia Eagles — is joining the team to become outside linebackers coach, replacing Britt Reid. Donald D’Alesio is signing on as a defensive assistant, while Tyler Judkins comes on board as an assistant strength and conditioning coach.

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