Let’s give Chiefs coach Todd Haley some credit for not making a silly situation any worse on Monday.
“I want to touch on a post-game situation that I know, or it sounds like, has become a big deal and I do want to apologize for me not shaking Josh’s hand after the game,” Haley said on Monday via Arrowhead Pride. “I do believe in doing what’s right and that was not right. I probably let emotions of the situation get me too much. I apologize and I apologize to the fans and to Denver and to Josh.”
McDaniels seemed somewhat befuddled when asked about it on Sunday, and didn’t want to make a big deal out of it. Haley didn’t want to go into the details of why he was so mad. He doesn’t plan on contacting McDaniels directly, but the public apology will do.
“I felt like, again, communicating it to the majority, or anyone that was watching it, to let them know how I felt and that’s important,” Haley said.