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Thursday, February 2, 2012

KC Chiefs Assistant Coach retiring hits Yahoo! Sports News too

It seems Kansas City and Missouri got a two-fer overnight, from Yahoo! News. First, first round draft pick Dorial Green-Beckham's picking Mizzou hit (see previous post) and now, this: Chiefs offensive coordinator Muir retires KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP)— Longtime NFL assistant coach Bill Muir followed through on his plans to retire, informing the Kansas City Chiefs on Wednesday that he wouldn’t return for a 35th season in the league.
Muir joined the Chiefs in 2009 as offensive line coach under Todd Haley, and was elevated to offensive coordinator last season. But the Chiefs struggled with injuries and inconsistency, which resulted in the firing of Haley and the hiring of Romeo Crennel as head coach. The 69-year-old Muir is considered one of the best offensive line coaches in football, though he wasn’t expected to remain as the Chiefs’ offensive coordinator if he stayed on the staff. Link to complete story:

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