Chiefs’ Brad Childress Planning To Retire
Kansas City Chiefs coaches are dropping like flies. After offensive coordintor Matt Nagy took the head coaching gig in Chicago the Chiefs are going to have to address another vacancy on their staff.
Childress plans to retire from coaching, NFL.com’s Tom Pelissero and James Palmer reported on Monday.
Childress has been a coach for 19 years, including a head coaching stint with the Minnesota Vikings from 2006-10.
Childress, 61, has been with the Chiefs since 2013.
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