Chiefs could consider Cardinals’ Haley

Add one more intriguing name to the potential list of head-coaching candidates in Kansas City.

Cardinals offensive coordinator Todd Haley, a former assistant coach for Scott Pioli‘s father-in-law, Bill Parcells, in Dallas, could be thrown into the mix of Chiefs head-coaching candidates, should Herm Edwards not be retained.

Parcells has extolled the virtues of Haley to many around the NFL, and Haley has elevated the Cardinals’ offense to where the team is on the brink of going to its first Super Bowl.

Pioli initially was interested in Josh McDaniels, but he landed the Denver Broncos’ job. Kirk Ferentz would have been an option, but he’s expected to remain at Iowa. Kansas City was expected to seek permission to interview Steve Spagnuolo, but he took the St. Louis Rams’ job.

Now other candidates could come into play in Kansas City, and one might be Haley.

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