He was overdue a coaching job. He searched around the NFL . . . But, sadly, there were no takers.
Some members of our blog community suggest that he has absolutely proven he wasn't ready or qualified.
There was some talk that a lot of players like him . . . But, over recent weeks, the opposite has also been quietly mentioned.
Here's an overview . . .
Two weeks ago, Schefter reported that Bieniemy would be meeting with head coach Andy Reid to determine his future with the club.
Bieniemy interviewed with both the Denver Broncos and New Orleans Saints for their respective head coaching positions but failed to land either job in what has become an incredibly frustrating stretch. It has been approximated that Bieniemy has been considered for around 20 positions over the last few offseasons — but has received no offers.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
Eric Bieniemy will return to the Kansas City Chiefs for his fifth season as offensive coordinator, as confirmed by NFL Network's Jeff Chadiha and ESPN's Adam Schefter on Thursday afternoon. Eric Bieniemy is returning to Kansas City this season as the Chiefs' offensive coordinator, as @jeffrichadiha reported.- Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) February 24, 2022 Earlier on Thursday, reports from and said it was headed in that direction.