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Todd Haley took a floundering Kansas City Chiefs franchise to an AFC West title. Tony Sparano led the Miami Dolphins to the top of the AFC East under even more dire circumstances.
The Kansas City Chiefs fired coach Todd Haley on Monday with the team he led to the AFC West title less than a year ago stuck at the bottom of the division following a series of devastating injuries and discouraging blowouts.
Two coaches headed for the unemployment line Monday as Todd Haley was dismissed by the Kansas City Chiefs and Tony Sparano was shown the door by the Miami Dolphins.
The Kansas City Chiefs fired coach Todd Haley on Monday, less than a year after he led the team to the AFC West title, and appointed Romeo Crennel the interim coach.
Pat Shurmur quickly turned rookie quarterback Sam Bradford into a rising NFL star. Shurmur's next project will be tougher.
There it is, within grasp, for a half-dozen teams: that coveted playoff berth.
The firing of Josh McDaniels by the Broncos after only 28 games _ and 17 losses _ made one thing very clear. Any NFL owner who hires a Bill Belichick disciple is playing a dangerous and losing game.
As a loyal Tennessee grad, Peyton Manning enjoys returning to his roots and working out with the Volunteers.
Tyson Jackson's first season as the main building block in Kansas City's new defense can be described in three short words: one paltry sack.