Chiefs GM Scott Pioli accepts blame
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Scott Pioli spoke quietly and carefully, not at all like his reputation might suggest.
He had just fired coach Todd Haley after a miserable 5-8 start, leaving the Chiefs' general manager to explain the organization's failures.
Pioli pointed his finger right at himself.
"We have a locker room that has talent. We also have a good makeup of character in that locker room," Pioli said, "but it's abundantly clear that we're not in a spot we need to be with ...
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