"I called every single play in the second half," Nagy said. Nagy didn't dodge the question when asked how things went so wrong in what wound up being his final two quarters with the Chiefs. The 39-year-old took accountability for the Chiefs' collapse, striking a refreshing and honest tone with the spotlight on him for the […]
Andy Reid has won more games than every active NFL head coach not named Bill Belichick. With that top of mind, let us also consider that the time has come for Reid and the Kansas City Chiefs to part ways. In what has unfortunately become a far too common theme, Reid’s team crumbled like a […]
Bieniemy has been the team’s running backs coach since 2013
Veteran coach and former player Eric Bieniemy has been hired by the Chiefs to replace Matt Nagy as their offensive coordinator.
Although Jon Gruden hasn’t roamed the sideline in a decade, one of his former stars said he knows that the coach won’t take long to show his fire.
Chargers defensive coordinator Gus Bradley will remain with the team on a three year deal, a source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter, and offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt also will return.
Tony Gonzalez and Greg Jennings join Colin Cowherd and Jason Whitlock to discuss what Jon Gruden can bring to the Oakland Raiders.
The Commitment to Excellence returned to Oakland. "Once a Raider, always a Raider. Never been more appropriate than today," Mark Davis proclaimed Tuesday as he announced the hiring of coach Jon Gruden.
Chiefs running backs coach Eric Bieniemy has the “inside track” to replace Matt Nagy as the Chiefs’ offensive coordinator, Ian Rapoport reports. Chiefs assistant head coach Brad Childress is planning to retire, putting him out of the running to become the team’s offensive coordinator. Bieniemy, 48, began his NFL coaching career in 2006 as the […]
City is the heavy favorite to advance to the final
Donald Penn believes his old head coach in Tampa Bay, Jon Gruden, will be able to turn the 6-10 Oakland Raiders into a Super Bowl contender sooner rather than later.
Kansas City Chiefs assistant head coach Brad Childress is planning to retire in the wake of the team’s AFC playoff loss to the Tennessee Titans on Saturday.