Posts Tagged ‘Herm Edwards’

Roundup: A peculiar gesture of appreciation for Jones

In the main section of Sunday’s Kansas City Star, the Jets took out a full-page ad to say thanks for Thomas Jones’ contributions to the team.

Television luring Edwards, not coaching

When the Kansas City Chiefs fired Herm Edwards on Friday, they essentially deactivated him from coaching for 2009. Edwards isn’t expected to coach anywhere in 2009. He’s expected to end up at some television network, analyzing football instead of coaching it.

Cowher to Chiefs? ‘Not going to happen,’ source says

Initially, at least, it doesn’t appear Herm Edwards’ replacement in Kansas City will be Bill Cowher.

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.

Rooney Rule still in play for Chiefs

It hasn’t come up, and it might not. But if it should, here’s the answer to a question that some have posed since the Kansas City Chiefs hired general manager Scott Pioli on Wednesday.

Chiefs dealing with more than L.J.

Kansas City running back Larry Johnson has issues and so do the Chiefs.

For the second straight week, Chiefs coach Herm Edwards has announced that Johnson will not be active. Rather than practice this week, Johnson will spend his time dealing with the personal issues that have seeped into his professional life.

Johnson to sit out for Chiefs; Croyle and Huard to IR

Chiefs coach Herm Edwards said during his press conference Wednesday that RB Larry Johnson will be deactivated again this week and won’t play against the New York Jets.

Croyle set to return for Chiefs

Lost in the shuffle of the non-trade of TE Tony Gonzalez in Kansas City this week is the pending return of starting QB Brodie Croyle for the Chiefs.

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