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Report: Eric Bieniemy remains candidate for Colorado job

Eric Bieniemy remains a candidate for the Colorado head coaching job, Mike Klis of 9News.com reports. Klis adds that the Chiefs offensive coordinator should have “clarity on his situation . . . by the close of business Wednesday.” That report follows news from earlier Monday that Colorado also was talking to Giants assistant coach Bret [more]

Report: Raiders ready to offer Tom Brady two-year, $60 million deal

The quarterback carousel already is spinning. Nearly two weeks after a report emerged that the Raiders will target Patriots quarterback Tom Brady in free agency, a new report puts some monetary meat on the bone. Larry Fitzgerald Sr., a long-time member of the media in Minnesota and the father of future first-ballot Hall of Famer [more]

Todd Haley hired as offensive coordinator at a Sarasota high school

Todd Haley’s been out of the NFL since being fired as the Browns offensive coordinator in 2018, but he has landed another coaching job for the 2020 season. Haley has agreed to become the offensive coordinator at Riverview High School in Sarasota, Florida. Haley has a home in the area and watched film with the [more]

Chiefs agree to continue holding training camp at Missouri Western State University

The Chiefs reaffirmed their relationship with Missouri Western State University on Valentine’s Day. Training camp has been held at the school, which is in St. Joseph, Missouri, since 2010 and the Chiefs announced that they have reached agreement on a deal that will extend their stay through at least 2022. There is an option for [more]

Chris Jones got under Tom Brady’s skin by calling him old

When the Chiefs played the Patriots during the regular season, Chiefs defensive lineman Chris Jones and Patriots quarterback Tom Brady were seen getting in each other’s faces. Jones said this week that he was proud to get under Brady’s skin, and did so in part by calling him old. Jones said on Pardon My Take [more]

Eric Bieniemy “doing his due diligence” regarding Colorado job

The University of Colorado wants to bring its all-time leading rusher back to school to coach the football team. Eric Bieniemy, currently the Chiefs offensive coordinator, is listening, at least for now. Adam Schefter of ESPN.com reported on Thursday night that Bieniemy is “doing his due diligence” regarding the vacancy created when Mel Tucker left [more]

Bashaud Breeland looking forward to staying with Chiefs

Cornerback Bashaud Breeland had a rough 2018 season as a cut on his foot led to the Panthers voiding a three-year deal he signed as a free agent and a groin injury limited his availability once he was signed by the Packers. Last year was a more fruitful one for Breeland. He signed a one-year [more]

Mike Pennel hopes to stick with Chiefs after reviving his career

The Chiefs signed defensive lineman Mike Pennel in October and made him part of their defensive line rotation over the second half of the 2019 season. Pennel’s arrival was followed by a sharp improvement in the team’s run defense, which can’t be totally credited to one player but Pennel certainly didn’t hurt things up front [more]

Report: Colorado reaches out to Eric Bieniemy

It would have ranked as a huge surprise if the University of Colorado hadn’t contacted alum Eric Bieniemy about its vacant head coaching job. But Buffaloes Athletic Director Rick George has reached out to the Chiefs offensive coordinator as expected, Mike Klis of 9News reports. Colorado and Bieniemy have “preliminary mutual interest,” Klis adds. The [more]

Demarcus Robinson could find healthy free agent market

Demarcus Robinson finished fourth on the Chiefs in receptions, receiving yards and receiving touchdowns last season. But the receiver can expect to find a healthy free agent market in March. That means his price could be too rich for the Chiefs to keep. Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer recently reported the Eagles have Robinson [more]

Michael Johnson on Tyreek Hill’s Olympic hopes: He knows what his sport is

Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill said last month that he wants to try to make the United States Olympic team as a sprinter and those comments have received responses from a pair of Olympic stars. Eight-time gold medalist Usain Bolt said “there’s no chance” that Hill could run consistently enough at high enough speeds to [more]

Eric Bieniemy should stay right where he is

It may make sense for Colorado, which suddenly has a head-coaching vacancy, to want to hire Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy. It doesn’t make sense for Bieniemy to want the job. Bieniemy occupies a spot on the short list of NFL head-coaching candidates for 2021. And there’s no reason to think his star will fade [more]

Mahomes, Wilson, Jackson are betting favorites to win 2020 MVP

Fresh off his first Super Bowl MVP award, Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes is the favorite to win his second regular-season MVP award. Mahomes is listed as the +400 favorite at MGM in betting on the 2020 regular-season MVP. Mahomes was also the favorite in the Westgate odds released last week. After Mahomes is Seahawks quarterback [more]

Philip Rivers left parting gift for one Kansas City heckler

Philip Rivers seemed to know there was a chance his Week 17 trip to Kansas City might be his last one as the Chargers quarterback. So he decided to leave a parting gift for a guy he got to know over the years. Via Pete Grathoff of the Kansas City Star, Rivers acknowledged one particular [more]

Eric Bieniemy becomes logical candidate for Colorado job after Mel Tucker’s reported departure

Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy did not get the chance to become a head coach in the NFL this hiring cycle despite his involvement in several coaching searches last month. But if Bieniemy wants to become a head coach right now, an obvious opportunity may have just fallen into his lap at his [more]

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