Kansas City Chiefs name Eric Bieniemy as new offensive coordinator

Kansas City Chiefs name Eric Bieniemy as new offensive coordinator

Kansas City Chiefs name Eric Bieniemy as new offensive coordinator

For the second time in three seasons, the Kansas City Chiefs saw their offensive coordinator earn a head-coaching position with another franchise.

On Monday, Nagy was announced as Chicago's new coach and on the same day, rumors also surfaced that Childress, the Chiefs assistant head coach and a longtime colleague of head coach Andy Reid's, would also retire from the team. Bieniemy is being promoted after serving five seasons under Reid as the Chiefs running backs coach.

The 48-year-old Bieniemy has been in charge of the Kansas City running backs since 2013. Bieniemy rushed for 3,940 yards in his four-year career at Colorado, including 41 touchdowns, and was named an All-American in the Buffs' 1990 national championship season.

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Bieniemy also served as running backs coach with the Minnesota Vikings for five seasons (2006-10), overseeing one of the league's top ground games.

"We all are aware of that situation and that's a very important hire for me, but there's a lot of things that go into that decision", the offensive-minded Nagy said, via the Chicago Tribune, about filling his defensive coordinator position.

However, the Chiefs will now have a less-experienced offensive staff compared to what happened after Doug Pederson took the Eagles' head-coaching job two years ago.

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