"That goes to communication and to believing in the system," he added. "I've talked extensively about mastering the things that take very little talent. It doesn't take a lot of talent to communicate or to call out an under route or get aligned. Those little things we need to get taken care of, otherwise it creates holes and then we have problems. So I'm more focused on that."
"The one thing he can do, and we all know this, he is an explosive football player that makes a lot of plays," said Spagnuolo, who was hired after the Chiefs lost to the Patriots in the AFC title game to turn around one of the league's worst defenses. "He's had some production and if he is here with us, I'll be excited to have him and be excited to work with him."