Now that Romeo Crennel has been the Kansas City Chiefs permanent head coach for almost a month, his coaching staff is coming into shape.
On Tuesday, the Chiefs announced that they wouldn't renew the contracts of three assistants from the Todd Haley era -- special teams coach Steve Hoffman, WR coach Mike Anderson and assistant OL coach Bill Muir.
Hoffman has already been replaced with Tom McMahon, who held the special teams job in St. Louis for the last three seasons under Steve Spagnuolo.
It may take longer to fill Anderson and Muir's places, since Crennel, a defensive-minded coach, has yet to hire an offensive coordinator, the biggest hole remaining in his staff. Until he knows what type of offensive philosophy his new coordinator has, it will be tough for him to fill out the remainder of his offensive coaching staff.
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