Ethan Johnson #70 and Dontari Poe #92 of the Kansas City Chiefs work with defensive coach Anthony Pleasant during the Kansas City Chiefs minicamp on May 13, 2012 at the Chiefs Training Facility in Kansas City, Missouri.
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Multiple reports on Monday afternoon said the Chiefs have asked for permission to interview Dirk Koetter for their head coaching opening. Koetter is the offensive coordinator for the Atlanta Falcons..
FoxSports.com’s Alex Marvez reported Koetter will interview with the Philadelphia Eagles, the Chiefs and Cleveland Browns. ESPN’s Chris Mortensen also reported the Chiefs have asked to interview Koetter.
It comes just a couple of hours after the Chiefs fired Romeo Crennel as head coach. Kansas City just finished with a 2-14 record, tied for worst in the NFL.
Atlanta has the eighth-ranked total offense in the NFL. The Falcons also are ranked sixth in passing. Koetter is known for a no-huddle attack that requires a talented quarterback. Atlanta features one of the top young quarterbacks in the NFL with Matt Ryan.
Stay tuned to kshb.com and 41 Action News for more updates on the coaching situation for the Chiefs.
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