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Basileus777
01-19-2006, 03:41 PM
Looks like Solari is our OC and we have Dick Curl.....

http://www.kcchiefs.com/news/2006/01/19/edwards_names_coordinators_and_five_other_assistants2/

htismaqe
01-19-2006, 03:45 PM
The hiring of Solari lessens the sting of keeping Gunther...

Deberg_1990
01-19-2006, 03:47 PM
The hiring of Solari lessens the sting of keeping Gunther... True, if we hire Donnie Henderson it would help lessen it even more.

FloridaChief
01-19-2006, 03:48 PM
I'm very happy for Mike. I wish him the best of luck.

tyton75
01-19-2006, 03:48 PM
Gunther is a good Def. Coordinator.. so GFY's

I like the moves and I'm hoping that this helps Shields and Roaf to give it another season.

the Talking Can
01-19-2006, 03:50 PM
OK, THANKS FOR THE INFORMATION...I WAS READING THIS FROM A LONG WAYS AWAY, YOUR CAPS HELPED ME A LOT, I MEAN IT.

Douche Baggins
01-19-2006, 03:51 PM
Time to award some points!

Basileus777
01-19-2006, 03:52 PM
OK, THANKS FOR THE INFORMATION...I WAS READING THIS FROM A LONG WAYS AWAY, YOUR CAPS HELPED ME A LOT, I MEAN IT.

Heh. I copy and pasted the title from the link, I am not that retarded.

FringeNC
01-19-2006, 03:52 PM
The hiring of Solari lessens the sting of keeping Gunther...

Yep. Even if we don't win games, at least we'll score some points and be fun to watch.

penguinz
01-19-2006, 03:53 PM
Gunther is a good Def. Coordinator.. so GFY's

I like the moves and I'm hoping that this helps Shields and Roaf to give it another season.
How do you figure? He has not done sh1t as a D-cord since He was separated from Marty.

Amnorix
01-19-2006, 03:53 PM
Looks like Solari is our OC and we have Dick Curl.....

http://www.kcchiefs.com/news/2006/01/19/edwards_names_coordinators_and_five_other_assistants2/


Basileus. An interesting name. I'm currently reading an excellent three volume work on the Byzantine Empire.

So, :hail: Emperor777 I guess. :p :)

carlos3652
01-19-2006, 03:53 PM
Not Bad, dont mind the new DLine coach either, he did a good job in Buffalo...

the Talking Can
01-19-2006, 03:54 PM
Heh. I copy and pasted the title from the link, I am not that retarded.

its cool...just being a smartass...

Sully
01-19-2006, 03:55 PM
I think it's hilarious that Curl is "Assistant to the Head Coach."

Think they will have arguments like Dwight on "The Office?
"I'm the Assistant Head Coach"
"Assistant to the head coach"

the Talking Can
01-19-2006, 03:55 PM
good moves on the offense, and good to have some new blood on D

Ari Chi3fs
01-19-2006, 03:56 PM
Dick Curl... sounds painful.

Frosty
01-19-2006, 03:56 PM
we have Dick Curl.....

Speak for yourself. :harumph:

FringeNC
01-19-2006, 03:58 PM
I wonder how much Dick Curl makes to be a clock specialist. Good job if you can get it. What are the qualifications?

htismaqe
01-19-2006, 04:00 PM
Mike White did it, and he used to be a head coach.

Of course, it was the Raiders.

SNR
01-19-2006, 04:17 PM
Dick Curl? WTF? What's his wife's name? Vagina Twist?

Douche Baggins
01-19-2006, 04:18 PM
Dick Curl? WTF? What's his wife's name? Vagina Twist?

Twat Twirl!

philfree
01-19-2006, 04:29 PM
So who's the O-line coach gonna be? We need a few other positions filled as well but these hirings are making me start to like the Edwards hiring.

PhilFree:arrow:

BigChiefFan
01-19-2006, 04:33 PM
Glad to hear Mike Solari is getting a fair shake. He's earned it, I just hope his play-calling is unpredictable. Edwards seems to be doing a very good job at evaluating the coaching staff.

The Bad Guy
01-19-2006, 04:33 PM
I really like the Krumrie hiring.

Our D-line has been soft for too long.

This guy is a crazy bastard that will at least toughen some of them up.

nascher
01-19-2006, 04:34 PM
Henderson is a "FA" now my bet he is coming to KC.

ChiefsCountry
01-19-2006, 04:36 PM
Henderson as DB coach would rock.

The Bad Guy
01-19-2006, 04:36 PM
Henderson is a "FA" now my bet he is coming to KC.

He's interviewing in Green Bay. I hope we get him.

philfree
01-19-2006, 04:41 PM
So does Gun go back up stairs during games since we have some salty dogs on the sidelines to help motivate the D players? With Herm on the sidelines and Krumrie on the sidelines IMO there won't be a need for Gun to be on the sidelines too so he can go back up stairs and get that birds eye view which should help him make a adjustments during games.

PhilFree:arrow:

Chan93lx50
01-19-2006, 04:46 PM
****ing this is the best news I have heard all offseason!

Kudo's to Edwards for actually doing what was right.

DaKCMan AP
01-19-2006, 05:15 PM
Very happy about Solari, Saxon and Shea!

Mr. Laz
01-19-2006, 05:34 PM
Very happy about Solari, Saxon and Shea!
3 of the 4 guys i wanted to keep on offense

Warrior5
01-19-2006, 05:37 PM
The Krumrie signing makes this D homer extremely happy.

...wants to see the D-line whipped into a force.

Mr. Laz
01-19-2006, 05:39 PM
EDWARDS NAMES COORDINATORS AND FIVE OTHER ASSISTANTS
Jan 19, 2006, 4:00:00 PM



Chiefs head coach Herm Edwards announced on Thursday that the club has agreed to terms of two-year contracts with a total of six assistant coaches. As per club policy, no further terms of the agreements were announced.



Edwards announced that Gunther Cunningham will return as Kansas City’s defensive coordinator and that Mike Solari has been promoted to offensive coordinator after spending the past nine seasons (’97-05) as the club’s offensive line coach. Other members of the Chiefs offensive coaching staff include Dick Curl (assistant to the head coach/offense), Charlie Joiner (wide receivers), James Saxon (running backs) and Terry Shea (quarterbacks). Tim Krumrie (defensive line) also was added to the defensive staff.

“Ours has been a very prolific offense and we don’t want to disrupt it,” Edwards commented. “Consequently, we have elevated Mike Solari to offensive coordinator and retained the services of offensive coaches Charlie Joiner, James Saxon and Terry Shea. It’s a great and well overdue opportunity for Mike, a longtime coach whose offensive lines in Kansas City have been among the best in the league for years now. I’m very familiar with Mike since we played together back at San Diego State. With the core of our offense returning I’m sure we won’t miss a beat as we head into next season.

“Obviously, Al Saunders has been a fine coach here and is going to have more opportunities throughout the NFL to be a head coach or a coordinator,” Edwards continued. “He helped build the foundation here for how we play offense and we will continue to build on that success.”

2006 CHIEFS COORDINATORS & OFFENSIVE ASSISTANTS

Cunningham enters his ninth season with the Chiefs and his seventh in the role of defensive coordinator. During his first stint in the post from ‘95-98, Kansas City allowed an NFL-low 1,050 offensive points (16.4 ppg). His defensive units twice led the NFL in scoring defense, permitting 14.5 ppg in ‘97 and 15.1 ppg in ‘95. The 232 total points allowed by the Chiefs in ‘97 were the lowest tally ever permitted by the franchise in a 16-game season. That ‘97 squad also produced 54.0 sacks, the second-highest total in team history. The Munich, Germany native was promoted to head coach in ‘99, producing a 16-16 (.500) record in two seasons in that capacity. After serving three seasons (2001-03) as the assistant head coach/linebackers coach of the Tennessee Titans, he returned to Kansas City as the club’s defensive coordinator in 2004. Under Cunningham’s guidance, the Chiefs made vast strides in 2005, finishing the season seventh in the NFL in rushing defense (98.1 ypg). Over the last eight games of the 2005 season, the Chiefs defense permitted a paltry 17.8 points per game to rank 10th in the NFL over that span.

Solari assumes the role of offensive coordinator after serving as the club’s offensive line coach the past nine seasons (’97-05). Over the past five campaigns, Solari played an integral role in developing and implementing Kansas City’s game plans in the running game. Solari’s contributions helped the Chiefs produce the NFL’s top offense over that five-year span from 2001-05 as Kansas City averaged a league-best 380.9 yards per game. Over that period, the Chiefs also led the league in total TDs (262), rushing TDs (131) and ranked second in scoring with a 27.0 ppg average. Thanks in large part to Solari’s offensive linemen, the Chiefs ranked fourth in rushing over the past five seasons, averaging 137.3 yards per game. In 2005, the Chiefs boasted a trio of Pro Bowl offensive linemen – G Will Shields, T Willie Roaf and G Brian Waters – for the second consecutive season, becoming the first NFL club to accomplish that feat since Dallas did it following the ‘93-96 seasons. The Daly City, California native enters his 18th season in the NFL ranks in 2006. Prior to joining the Chiefs, he enjoyed pro coaching stints with San Francisco (’92-96), Phoenix (’89) and Dallas (’87-88).

Curl rejoins the Chiefs organization after serving as Kansas City’s pro personnel assistant from 2000-02. He returns to Kansas City as the club’s assistant to the head coach/offense after spending the past three seasons as a member of Edwards’ staff with the N.Y. Jets. While with the Jets, Curl served as the assistant to the head coach/running backs coach (2005), senior offensive assistant (2004) and tight ends coach (2003). The Chester, Pennsylvania native entered the professional coaching ranks as the offensive coordinator of the Barcelona Dragons (’91-96) of NFL Europe and as the head coach of the Frankfurt Galaxy (’97-00). Curl had collegiate coaching stops at Boston College (’89-91), Virginia (’80-82), Rutgers (’75-80, ‘82-89) and Trenton State (’73-74). A collegiate QB at the University of Richmond, Curl spent the first 11 seasons of his coaching career in the high school ranks.

Joiner embarks on his 20th season as an NFL coach and his sixth year as Kansas City’s wide receivers coach. Under his tutelage, WR Eddie Kennison has produced back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons, becoming just the second player in Chiefs history to accomplish that feat. Joiner was enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in ‘96 after a stellar 18-year playing career which included stints with Houston (’69-72), Cincinnati (’72-75) and San Diego (’76-86). He played in 239 career regular season games, the most by a wide receiver in NFL history, compiling 750 catches for 12,146 yards and 65 TDs during his career. Prior to joining the Chiefs coaching staff in 2001, he coached the wide receivers for Buffalo (’92-00) and San Diego (’87-91).

Krumrie was named the Chiefs defensive line coach after serving a three-year stint in the same capacity with Buffalo (2003-05). Under his guidance, the Bills tied for third in the NFL with 45.0 sacks in 2004. Krumrie also helped oversee the development of DE Aaron Schobel, who tied for third in the AFC with a career-high 12.0 sacks in 2005. Prior to his work with the Bills, Krumrie spent 20 seasons in the Cincinnati Bengals organization as both a player and coach. He spent eight seasons (’95-02) as an assistant coach for the Bengals, including his final seven campaigns coaching the defensive line. Prior to entering the coaching ranks, he enjoyed a 12-year career (’83-94) with Cincinnati and was a member of the franchise’s Super Bowl XXIII squad. He entered the league as a 10th-round draft choice and went on to see action in 193 career games (166 starts), earning a pair of Pro Bowl berths following the ‘87-88 campaigns. The Mondovi, Wisconsin native was an All-America nose tackle at the University of Wisconsin and was inducted into the school’s Hall of Fame in ‘99.

Saxon enters his seventh campaign as an NFL coach and his sixth as Kansas City’s running backs coach. Prior to joining the Chiefs in 2001, he enjoyed a one-year stint in the same capacity for Buffalo (2000). During his tenure with Kansas City, he has tutored a pair of Pro Bowl runners in RBs Priest Holmes and Larry Johnson. Holmes produced a trio of Pro Bowl berths from 2001-03 and was named the NFL Offensive Player of the Year by AP in 2002. Last season, Johnson earned his initial Pro Bowl invitation after registering a franchise-record 1,750 ground yards. Saxon enjoyed an eight-year NFL playing career after entering the league as a sixth-round draft choice of Kansas City in ‘88.

Shea will enter his fifth year as the Chiefs quarterbacks coach in 2006. He rejoined Kansas City in 2005 after a one-year stint as Chicago’s offensive coordinator. He originally came to the Chiefs as the club’s quarterbacks coach in 2001. QB Trent Green registered his fourth consecutive season with a 90.0 rating or better under Shea in 2005 and became just the fourth signal caller in NFL history to register a string of three consecutive 4,000-yard seasons. Under Shea’s tutelage in 2003, Green earned his initial Pro Bowl berth after guiding the Chiefs to a 13-3 regular season record. Owning a wealth of experience in the collegiate ranks, Shea served as head coach at both Rutgers (’96-00) and San Jose State (’90-91).

the Talking Can
01-19-2006, 05:40 PM
anybody know of a Bills board?

curious what they think about Krumrie...

Basileus777
01-19-2006, 05:44 PM
anybody know of a Bills board?

curious what they think about Krumrie...

There is the Bills Zone

http://www.billszone.com/

But I think you need to register to see the boards.

the Talking Can
01-19-2006, 06:02 PM
There is the Bills Zone

http://www.billszone.com/

But I think you need to register to see the boards.

yeah, that sucks...I found a couple of links from there, but the boards are dead...

chefsos
01-19-2006, 06:30 PM
All I know about Krumrie's Buffalo stint is that he's the guy who benched Sam Adams for too much freelancing in midseason. The fans seemed to like him, but aren't too broken up about his departure. Maybe Cntrygal will stop by and fill us in.

Maybe footballhottie and her stalker will, too. :)

milkman
01-19-2006, 06:34 PM
The Krumrie signing makes this D homer extremely happy.

...wants to see the D-line whipped into a force.

Yeah, I like the addition of Krumrie also.

Hopefully he can turn Sims and Siavii into a solid duo in the middle of our D-Line, and raise the level of play of both Jared Allen and Jimmy Wilkerson.

I also hope that Solari is everything that most here think he can be, but I'll wait to see that before I get excited about it.

Shea, Joiner, and Saxon remaining is also good to see.

B2chiefsfan
01-19-2006, 08:00 PM
Things are starting to look good...............:thumb:

Dunit35
01-19-2006, 08:06 PM
I like the hirings. Besides Al leaving, it looks good.

Logical
01-19-2006, 08:11 PM
Krumrie appears to be a good hire. Curl IMO is not. So far Herm is barely getting a C- (primarily because he kept Gunther otherwise it would be a B.

Frazod
01-19-2006, 08:14 PM
Perhaps this might inspire some of you germ warfare fuqtards to back down and give the man a chance.

milkman
01-19-2006, 08:20 PM
Perhaps this might inspire some of you germ warfare fuqtards to back down and give the man a chance.

I'm not a "germ warfare fuqtard", cause it is really irritating.

But I am one that isn't happy with Hermie's selection as HC, and this really doesn't do that much to make me think any more of the hire.

petegz28
01-19-2006, 08:21 PM
Gunther is a good Def. Coordinator.. so GFY's

I like the moves and I'm hoping that this helps Shields and Roaf to give it another season.


AS most of you know I was dead set against Mitchell during the off-season. That boy is a f*ggin monster that is out ther head hunting now.

Gunther turned that boy into a MLB and I like that.

Now we just need the DL to open up the gaps for the LB's

petegz28
01-19-2006, 08:25 PM
Krumrie was named the Chiefs defensive line coach after serving a three-year stint in the same capacity with Buffalo (2003-05). Under his guidance, the Bills tied for third in the NFL with 45.0 sacks in 2004.

Well he is better than what we had if stats mean anything.

Halfcan
01-19-2006, 08:27 PM
Dick Curl. hehehe

melbar
01-19-2006, 08:55 PM
The hiring of Solari lessens the sting of keeping Gunther...

What sting? the "sting" of moving from 31st to 18th with coaches he didnt want and 5 new defensive starters? Dont forget the horrible D's he put on the field in the 90's for the Chargers, Raiders, and then Chiefs. :rolleyes:

The Bad Guy
01-19-2006, 08:58 PM
What sting? the "sting" of moving from 31st to 18th with coaches he didnt want and 5 new defensive starters? Dont forget the horrible D's he put on the field in the 90's for the Chargers, Raiders, and then Chiefs. :rolleyes:

The problem is that this organization, and some coaches, live by what happened in the 90s.

It's freaking 2006.

And he wasn't 18th in the NFL either. That's a Bob Gretz ranking system.

He was 25th.

I'm giving him this year to right the ship. If he doesn't, he should be sent away...again.

Logical
01-19-2006, 09:02 PM
Perhaps this might inspire some of you germ warfare fuqtards to back down and give the man a chance.Not really sure why. Solari can coach an o-line and help depelop a running play game plan. We have no indication he knows how to call a good game and that is the key to a good offensive coordinator.

Vlad
Not sure why he should be impressed. But not a member of Germ Warfare either.

Chiefnj
01-19-2006, 09:15 PM
This is the best of what could have happened to the offense with Herm at the helm.

There was close to zero chance that Al was going to return. Peterson disrespected him twice now. Al has more pride than Gunther; and a lot more money. I can't help but laugh at all the talk the last two years of how Al was "a lock" to be head coach once Vermeil retires.

There really wasn't much of a choice other than to hand the offense to Solari. A different coach would mean a new system that would probably lead to an increased likelihood that vets retire. By moving Solari up and keeping most of the same assistants it attempts to maintain the status quo.

The other good thing is that Edwards doesn't call plays. It will be left to the guys who are most familiar with the system and players.

The hiring of Dick Curl was expected. Herm needed one of his guys at the top of the pyramid on the offense and on the sideline to continue to try to help him with game management. Unfortunately, with and without the Curl, Herm has had problems with that aspect of the game.

FAX
01-19-2006, 09:17 PM
I'm hopeful also, Mr. Chiefnj, that by virtue of Solari's relationship with the o-line, his appointment to OC will encourage Will Shields to return.

FAX THE HOPEFUL

philfree
01-19-2006, 09:23 PM
So if Saunders does get a chance as a HC in the next couple of years and he bombs out does that still mean Carl disrespected him? Or does it mean he was just right along with all the other GMs who didn't hire Saunders as HC?


PhilFree:arrow:

Bwana
01-19-2006, 09:24 PM
Perhaps this might inspire some of you germ warfare fuqtards to back down and give the man a chance.

Indeed.

tk13
01-19-2006, 09:26 PM
So if Saunders does get a chance as a HC in the next couple of years and he bombs out does that still mean Carl disrespected him? Or does it mean he was just right along with all the other GMs who didn't hire Saunders as HC?


PhilFree:arrow:
I think that depends on the situation. Like if Al took the Raiders job, I think many wouldn't have had high expectations for him.

beer bacon
01-19-2006, 09:28 PM
The problem is that this organization, and some coaches, live by what happened in the 90s.

It's freaking 2006.

And he wasn't 18th in the NFL either. That's a Bob Gretz ranking system.

He was 25th.

I'm giving him this year to right the ship. If he doesn't, he should be sent away...again.

We moved from 29th to 16th. It was the offense that regressed.

philfree
01-19-2006, 09:30 PM
I think that depends on the situation. Like if Al took the Raiders job, I think many wouldn't have had high expectations for him.

I wonder if Al thought Carl was disrespecting him when he was paying a $mil a year to be OC?

PhilFree:arrow:
~not picking up the disrespect card~

FAX
01-19-2006, 09:37 PM
I've gathered, Mr. philfree, that the disrespect angle has to do with Carl's unwillingness to appoint Al as HC. Did he earn the job through performance? Was Carl committed to hiring a more defensive minded coach? I don't know. But, something prohibited his serious consideration.

It must have been particularly unconfortable for Al to realize that he was being passed over after Dick promoted his hiring so publicly.

FAX

CosmicPal
01-19-2006, 09:43 PM
I like it!

I'm disappointed with the loss of Saunders, but I'm willing to give Solari a shot at this; particuarly with the fact we're keeping Saxon, Shea, and Joiner.

I'm very happy with the addition of Krumrie. I think he'll be a major improvement of our D-Line coach.

Dunit35
01-19-2006, 09:45 PM
I'm hopeful also, Mr. Chiefnj, that by virtue of Solari's relationship with the o-line, his appointment to OC will encourage Will Shields to return.

FAX THE HOPEFUL


Im glad hes been with this team for long enough to know this offense already. I just hope he knows what to call at the right time.

Iowanian
01-19-2006, 09:47 PM
I think Krumrie will be a solid addition.

Anyone remember when he played for the Bengals and had the flopping, replayed broken leg on the big game?

FAX
01-19-2006, 09:49 PM
I think Krumrie will be a solid addition.

Anyone remember when he played for the Bengals and had the flopping, replayed broken leg on the big game?

Not off hand ... can you hum a few bars, Mr. Iowanian?

FAX

milkman
01-19-2006, 09:49 PM
I wonder if Al thought Carl was disrespecting him when he was paying a $mil a year to be OC?

PhilFree:arrow:
~not picking up the disrespect card~

That $1mil a year had to do more with Carl's respect for Dick than any he had for Al.

Chiefnj
01-19-2006, 09:50 PM
Im glad hes been with this team for long enough to know this offense already. I just hope he knows what to call at the right time.

He called the running play against the Raiders to win the game.

KCChiefsFan88
01-19-2006, 10:10 PM
Who is going to replace Solari as offensive line coach?

Chris Meck
01-19-2006, 10:17 PM
man, I think this is best case scenario here. You can't argue with Gun's development of LB's (here and with TN, for those of you that claim he hasn't done anything since '97) and now we add Krumrie, who was a 10th round pick that made two pro-bowls. Krumrie's a tough-guy. Maybe he can develop our not-so-tough DT's like Sims into quality players.

And Solari is the perfect pick for OC. I'm happy.

ceebz
01-19-2006, 11:08 PM
I think Krumrie will be a solid addition.

Anyone remember when he played for the Bengals and had the flopping, replayed broken leg on the big game?


I remember that. His leg from the knee up had twisted 180 degrees while his foot remained firmly planted in the turf. When his foot finally came off the ground his lower leg spun like a twisted rubber band.

If I recall correctly, it happened on the very first series of the game.

keg in kc
01-19-2006, 11:49 PM
Hopefully what we're going to find is that the weak link on defense wasn't so much the DC as the position coaches, and while I don't think I'd ever say losing Saunders is good, maybe the position coaches there are a strength, and continuity will be of major benefit.

Chris Meck
01-20-2006, 06:39 AM
Look, Saunders is clearly a great coordinator. That being said...

there were maddening tendencies in his playcalling. His love affair with the reverse. The little screens out to Dante in the flat all the time. Underutilizing Gonzo in the red zone-in the passing game. Not making adjustments to the playcalling while the game is in progress. Generally getting 'too cute' with razzle-dazzle when meat and potatoes was clearly crushing the opposition.

I'm not piling on, I'm not saying Saunders sucked-he was clearly one of, if not THE architect of a tremendous offense for five years. But there was a factor of... I don't know...'aloofness' that sometimes had me shaking my head. I think a guy like Solari, who's coached the line, been in the trenches, understands the game-flow might be just the guy to continue the positives and cut down on the negatives.

Chris

greg63
01-20-2006, 06:53 AM
So does Gun go back up stairs during games since we have some salty dogs on the sidelines to help motivate the D players? With Herm on the sidelines and Krumrie on the sidelines IMO there won't be a need for Gun to be on the sidelines too so he can go back up stairs and get that birds eye view which should help him make a adjustments during games.

PhilFree:arrow:


Agreed; I think he is much more effective there.

Hog Farmer
01-20-2006, 06:56 AM
Don't know much about Krumie but if you guys are happy then I am too! But, did I read that he was with the Bengals for 20 years as a player then a coach. That makes me wonder because the Bengals sucked most of that time.

StcChief
01-20-2006, 07:08 AM
I like the moves. No real shakeup on Offense.
Hopefully Solari won't be as cute with his play calling as AS.

new D line coach in Krumrie should help alot, or dump the non-performers.

Getting Henderson would be icing on Cake.

Gaz
01-20-2006, 07:17 AM
Given that Edwards is the HC [a move that still concerns me because I fear the return of Martyball] and Saunders was not going to stay in KC [after twice being bridesmaided], Gunther and Solari represent minimal upsetting of the proverbial apple cart.

This is probably the best that could be expected under the current conditions.

xoxo~
Gaz
Content, if a bit apprehensive.

dirk digler
01-20-2006, 07:21 AM
I am glad for the most part our offensive coaching staff is set but we need to get our D staff settled. Right now we only have 3 coaches on D IIRC

PHOG
01-20-2006, 08:08 AM
Curl rejoins the Chiefs organization after serving as Kansas City’s pro personnel assistant from 2000-02.

So, is this a good thing, or bad thing to have on his resume? :shrug:

Chiefnj2
11-24-2008, 01:11 PM
heh, heh.

booger
11-24-2008, 01:19 PM
Now that Chuck Long is out at SDSU, maybe you will hear Herm's name floated about since he played there. His name was floated for the UCLA job last year as well when things looked a bit shaky during the losing streak.

OnTheWarpath58
11-24-2008, 01:19 PM
heh, heh.

LMAO

StcChief
11-24-2008, 02:00 PM
Now that Chuck Long is out at SDSU, maybe you will hear Herm's name floated about since he played there. His name was floated for the UCLA job last year as well when things looked a bit shaky during the losing streak.we could get so lucky.:D Herm back to College ranks.

raybec 4
11-24-2008, 02:04 PM
we could get so lucky.:D Herm back to College ranks.

Gregg Robinson got a job(that he no longer has) So why couldn't Herm the oxygen thief get one?

booger
11-24-2008, 02:06 PM
do your part and keep the rumor going.

booger
11-24-2008, 02:07 PM
also claythan has 3 testicles. Let's start that rumor too.

Reerun_KC
11-24-2008, 04:27 PM
I really like the Krumrie hiring.

Our D-line has been soft for too long.

This guy is a crazy bastard that will at least toughen some of them up.

Well this didnt work out to well....

Reerun_KC
11-24-2008, 04:28 PM
The Krumrie signing makes this D homer extremely happy.

...wants to see the D-line whipped into a force.

:clap:

Reerun_KC
11-24-2008, 04:29 PM
Perhaps this might inspire some of you germ warfare fuqtards to back down and give the man a chance.


I guess we should still give him a chance?a

Detoxing
11-24-2008, 04:38 PM
also claythan has 3 testicles. Let's start that rumor too.

I don't know if I'd believe that. Now, if you said he has inverted testicles, or no testicles, I'd believe that.