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Bill Muir Not Retired, Planning To Coach Chiefs Offensive Line

Former Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Bill Muir will not be retiring from the NFL after all and instead expects to stay on as Romeo Crennel's offensive line coach.

SAINT JOSEPH, MO - JULY 31:  Offensive Coordinator Bill Muir talks with head coach Todd Haley during Kansas City Chiefs Training Camp on July 31, 2011 in Saint Joseph, Missouri.  (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
SAINT JOSEPH, MO - JULY 31: Offensive Coordinator Bill Muir talks with head coach Todd Haley during Kansas City Chiefs Training Camp on July 31, 2011 in Saint Joseph, Missouri. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
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Following the 2011 season, it was reported that Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator/offensive line coach Bill Muir would retire from coaching. However, it seems that those making those assumptions forgot to check with Muir who says he is planning on coaching this upcoming season.

"Nobody talked to me,"

"I'm planning to coach, until somebody tells me differently."

The 69-year old Muir has 47 years of coaching experience and 34 seasons in the NFL under his belt. He will no longer be the Chiefs offensive coordinator but new Chiefs coach Romeo Crennel wants Muir to stay on as the Chief's offensive line coach. Muir was the Chiefs offensive line coach before former Cheifs coach Todd Haley added the offensive coordinator responsibilities to him as well.

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