Chiefs Pick Haley As Coach

Chiefs Pick Haley As Coach

June 21, 2010 Updated Feb 6, 2009 at 7:00 PM EDT

UNDATED (AP) - Todd Haley is the new head coach of the Kansas
City Chiefs.
Haley spent the past two seasons as the co-ordinator of the
offensive juggernaut that helped propel the NFC West-champion
Cardinals to their first Super Bowl appearance in franchise
history. Arizona finished second in the NFL in passing yardage,
third in scoring and fourth in total offense this past season.
Haley replaces Herm Edwards, who lost all but two of his final
25 games and was fired Jan. 23 after three seasons on the job.
He takes over a club that went 2-14 in 2008, when it was the
youngest team in the league.
The Chiefs haven't won a postseason game since an aging Joe
Montana was their quarterback in the 1993 season.

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