Kansas City Chiefs Coach Todd Haley Forging Future With Playbook From The Past

October 28, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Kansas City Chiefs were drowning in a sea of inexperience, lack of discipline and an overall void of direction from the last half-decade of declining veterans like Larry Johnson, Preist Holmes and Trent Greene and draft day misses such as Dwayne Bowe and Glenn Dorsey.
The team has brought in some prospects with potential, but has been lost, searching for some sort of an identity.
After the failed Herm Edwards era—which was hardly long enough to label an "era"—the Hunt family brought in former Patriots VP of player personnel to do the hiring. Right away, the culture changed as he brought in the then Arizona Cardinals offensive coordinator Todd Haley.
Haley wasn't known for much other than getting in shouting matches with players like Anquan Boldin on the sideline. Haley ran a high powered offense in Arizona, but the Chiefs were anything but high powered in terms of talent. The QB situation was addressed first by bringing in QB Matt Cassell.
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