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Report: Chiefs still haven’t paid Haley

As Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley prepares to give a little payback to the Chiefs, he’s still waiting for his back pay. Jay Glazer of FOX reports that the Chiefs still haven’t given Haley any of the salary since firing him last season as the team’s head coach.  The amount exceeds $ 2.5 million. Of course,…

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Chiefs vs Steelers Week 10 Capsule

KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (1-7) AT PITTSBURGH STEELERS (5-3) SERIES CHIEFS STEELERS SERIES LEADER   18-9 STREAKS   3 of past 5 COACHES VS. OPP. Crennel: 0-8 Tomlin: 1-1 LAST WEEK L 31-13 at Chargers W 24-20 at Giants LAST GAME 11/27/11: Steelers 13 at Chiefs 9. Pittsburgh QB Ben Roethlisberger connects with TE Weslye Saunders [...]...

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Primetime Matchup Has Steelers Fired Up to Face Chiefs

134856933.jpgThe Pittsburgh Steelers (5-3) will host the flailing Kansas City Chiefs (1-7) in a game that the Steelers insist isn't a 'trap game'. See how the Steelers can...

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Poll: Who Wins the Chiefs – Steelers Week 10 Battle?

Who Wins the Chiefs – Steelers Week 10 Battle?...

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Behind Enemy Lines: Kansas City Chiefs

(Photo by Donald Miralle/Getty Images)The Kansas City Chiefs share the worst record in football with the Jacksonville Jaguars at 1-7. They also can stake claim to on...

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Pittsburgh Steelers 2012 Schedule Preview Week 10: vs. Kansas City Chiefs

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By Week 10, the thought of Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley squaring off against the team he coached for most of last year, the Kansas City Chiefs, would be more a novelty to sell a Monday Night Football game.

Expect it to happen anyway, though.

The Chiefs are one of the more intriguing teams in the league this year. Inconsistency plagued them even with being plagued by injuries to, among others, QB Matt Cassel, RB Jamal Charles, FS Eric Berry and TE Tony Moeaki. They still managed to win seven games under Haley and his mid-season replacement, Romeo Crennel, who's now the head coach.

Chiefs Improvements

Kansas City will improve its roster simply by the lack of injuries from last season. Charles and Moeaki proved quickly in their time in the league they will be at worst solid offensive players and Berry showed enough to see him as one of the better safeties in the coming years. Even with that, their grab of RT Eric Winston was a huge pick-up as they had targeted a tackle with the No. 11 overall pick in the draft. Instead, they were able to snare potential-laden NT Dontari Poe, and Winston's addition immediately makes their offensive line better.

RB Peyton Hillis would be a good combination runner with Charles if he can remain healthy, and not, you know, weird.

Chiefs Losses

Letting CB Brandon Carr go may end up being more risk than reward, but they've been building up a younger secondary, and there just simply may not have been room for everyone.

The loss of OT Barry Richardson likely won't be met with tears by Chiefs faithful, and Winston certainly removes any concern about it. Outside of that, the Chiefs look primed to return closer to their 10-6 season of 2010 rather than their 7-9 mark of 2011. They'll need it, considering the improvement across the AFC West, which, for a change, looks to maybe be one of the stronger divisions in the game.




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Chiefs could catch Cotchery

Veteran receiver Jerricho Cotchery, who eventually assumed the Hines Ward role in the Steelers’ offense last year, could be finding a role in the Chiefs’ offense in 2012. Cotchery, per a league source, visited Kansas City on Thursday. An eight-year veteran, Cotchery spent seven seasons with the Jets before joining the Steelers in 2011.  A…

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Kansas City Chiefs’ Tyler Palko Talks Todd Haley, Pitt Football

PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — Tyler Palko, backup quarterback for the Kansas City Chiefs and former Pitt Panther, joined The Fan Morning Show Thursday to share his thoughts on Pittsburgh Steelers’ offensive coordinator Todd Haley and Pitt Panthers’ head coach Paul Chryst.

Palko also talked about a charity event he’s involved in to help underrepresented youths in the Pittsburgh area.

Dessert Tasting For A Cause,” highlights the “philanthropic efforts of former and current profession athletes” as they attempt to “garner support for their ‘off the field’ charity work.”

The event will take place downtown at Larrimor’s following the Pitt Spring Game. Enjoy music, featured desserts, wine, silent auctions and much more! For more information contact info@TheDessertTasting.com

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Chiefs, Cardinals Reporters Weigh In On Todd Haley

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PITTSBURGH (93-7 The FAN) — Arizona Cardinals Reporter Kent Somers joined Seibel, Starkey and Miller on Sportsradio 93-7 The FAN to talk about the Steelers choice of Todd Haley to be their next offensive coordinator.

When it comes to Haley’s personality, Somers said there are times where even his best friends want to punch him, but that doesn’t mean they don’t get along and respect him still.  Somers added that Haley’s demeanor can get on players’ nerves at times, but he asks a lot of his players, and the stars he has coached really seemed to have liked him.

Kansas City Chiefs Reporter Kent Babb also weighed in on Todd Haley and his story that painted Haley as a paranoid man who didn’t trust team administrators with the Chiefs.  Babb added that Haley’s paranoia was well founded based on the way the organization was run, and said it wasn’t a very healthy environment to work in.

 

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Chiefs take interim tag off Romeo Crennel, name him coach

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The Kansas City Chiefs made Romeo Crennel the permanent head coach Monday after he led the floundering team to two wins late in the season. Crennel had been the interim coach and the leading candidate to replace Todd Haley, who was fired last month. "We are very excited to name Romeo the new head coach of the Chiefs," Chiefs CEO Clark Hunt said in a prepared statement.

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