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Romeo Crennel Says He Wants To Be Head Coach Again

You can go ahead and add Romeo Crennel to the list of candidates that want the Chiefs head coaching job. He said so himself via the Kansas City Chiefs' Josh Looney.

Romeo Crennel: "I would like to be a head coach again and show I can get it done."

Crennel was the head coach for the Cleveland Browns from '05-'08 and had a record of 24-40 in those four seasons. His best was in 2007 when the Browns finished 10-6 and second in the AFC North.

It was speculated that Crennel might not want to take another head coaching job and he was satisfied as a defensive coordinator. That seems to not be the case now as he came right out and said that he wants another crack at being a head coach. 

If the Chiefs decide to go with Crennel at head coach they're going to have to figure out something to do with an anemic offense that is on pace for historically bad numbers. Crennel is currently the Chiefs interim head coach and he has not yet made a decision on who the starting quarterback will be on Sunday against the Packers. Rookie fifth-round pick Ricky Stanzi may get his first action of the season on Sunday.

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