Friday, February 3, 2012
Report: Chiefs have three OC finalists
By Bill Williamson
New Kansas City Chiefs head coach Romeo Crennel said Thursday he planned to hire an offensive coordinator soon.
NFL.com reports Crennel will choose between three finalists. There are no surprises on the list: Kansas City quarterbacks coach Jim Zorn, former Oakland Raiders offensive coordinator Al Saunders and former Miami Dolphins offensive coordinator Brian Daboll.
In other AFC West news:
Denver quarterback Tim Tebow talks to ESPN’s Skip Bayless in a three-part, wide-ranging video interview. He talks about everything from respect, LeBron James and religion.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said Friday that the NFL Network will run Thursday games from Week 2-15 and every team in the league will appear on a Thursday night game in 2012.
The Broncos are raising the prices of some tickets and cutting the prices on others in 2012.
UPDATE: The Raiders announced the hiring of Steve Hoffman as their special teams coach. It had been previously reported. The Chiefs fired him last month.