Chiefs General Manager Scott Pioli and Head Coach Romeo Crennel still have their jobs…for now. NFL.com’s Albert Breer reported late Wednesday that neither the Pioli nor Crennel have been informed they will be fired after the season. A report came out earlier in the day stating they would be let go.
The Chiefs are 23-39 in four seasons with Pioli running the operation. Crennel finished 2011 as the interim coach after Todd Haley was fired, but has gone 2-12 in 2012.
However, that’s not to say that all signs point to Pioli and Crennel being relieved of their duties after the season. The Chiefs are no better off than when Pioli took and they still have the same roster issues, such as no franchise quarterback.