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Kansas City Chiefs Hire Assistant Offensive Line Coach

The Kansas City Chiefs continue to make coaching changes as they transition from Todd Haley to Romeo Crennel. Even with most changes coming in house, there are still spots to fill. Today the team announced Steven Smith as the new assistant offensive line coach for Brian Daboll’s offensive staff. From the press release:

Smith joins the Chiefs after serving as the run game coordinator/ offensive line coach at Tennessee State in 2011. He also served a two-year stint (2009-10) as the offensive coordinator/offensive line coach at Albany State after two years (2007-08) as the run game coordinator/offensive line coach at Delta State.

Smith completed offseason coaching internships with the Cleveland Browns (2011), Miami Dolphins (2008), Dallas Cowboys (2003-06) and New Orleans Saints (2002). He also coached the offensive line with the Rhein Fire (2006) and the running backs with the Frankfurt Galaxy (2005) of NFL Europe. He played fullback at Southern Illinois (1995-98), where he earned a degree in Pre-Medicine/University Studies. Smith later spent two years (1999-00) in a medical preparation program at Northern Illinois.