Romeo Crennel is reportedly out as head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Kansas City Chiefs have fired coach Romeo Crennel but will retain general manager Scott Pioli, at least for now.
In a statement released Monday morning, the Chiefs lauded Crennel's time with the franchise but said the results were unacceptable.
"The entire football operation will remain under review, and there may be additional changes to come," [Clark] Hunt said. "No final determination has been made at this point on the future of General Manager Scott Pioli."
This comes as no surprise, because Crennel has been consistently unsuccessful as a head coach in pro football. Considering that the Chiefs went 2-14 this season and failed to win one game in the AFC, K.C. needs to move in a new direction.
And as a result of Crennel's departure, there are winners and losers from the change.