Kansas City Chiefs Say Goodbye To Coach Eric Bieniemy

He hasn't really come closer to a head coaching gig BUT the change of scenery is likely long overdue.

Here's the best roundup note we read today . . .

According to NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero, now-former Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy will leave the organization after 10 seasons to become the offensive coordinator and assistant head coach for the Washington Commanders, working under head coach Ron Rivera. The deal is complete, and ESPN’s Adam Schefter added it comes with “promotion in title, contractual structure, multi-year and annual pay raise.”

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It's official - Eric Bieniemy is moving on

The smoke had been there since last week - continuing this week as the Kansas City Chiefs marched to Union Station as part of their Super Bowl LVII championship parade. On Friday, finally, the fire. The #Commanders and Eric Bieniemy agreed to terms on a multiyear deal as their assistant head coach/offensive coordinator, his agent Jason Fletcher tells me.