KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -Todd Haley has been hired as coach of the Kansas City Chiefs after helping the Arizona Cardinals reach the Super Bowl.
The Chiefs announced the hiring in a statement Friday before a news conference.
Haley was the offensive coordinator of the Cardinals. He joins a team that went a franchise-worst 2-14 under coach Herm Edwards, who was fired Jan. 23. Edwards lost all but two of his last 25 games and launched a rebuilding project that made the Chiefs the league's youngest team this season.
The Chiefs haven't won a postseason game since an aging Joe Montana was their quarterback in the 1993 season.

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