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WATCH: Eric Bieniemy describes Chiefs’ ‘winning culture’

Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy and quarterback Patrick Mahomes will be taking part in this year’s NFL Quarterback Coaching Summit, which will be held virtually this weekend. On Monday morning, Troy Vincent — the NFL’s executive vice-president of football operations — tweeted a video of some of Bieniemy’s...
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Arrowheadlines: Eric Bieniemy knows what to expect from Clyde Edwards-Helaire

Speaking with the media Thursday, Bieniemy revealed the progress of Edwards-Helaire. “Well, the thing is just making sure that he has a better understanding of exactly what we’re doing,” Bieniemy said on Thursday. “When you come in as a rookie, obviously, everything is brand new — and every week is a new playbook for you, in a sense. And so, he’s had an opportunity to get a season under his feet. Now, obviously, he’s had an opportunity to get out here and listen, be a part of the meetings. And so, everything is starting to make more sense to him. And so, with him growing with the wisdom that he has obtained in our system, it’s going to help him to know exactly what we expect him to do when placed in those certain situations.
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Chiefs' Eric Bieniemy lived in hotel during 2020 NFL season to protect his high-risk son from COVID-19

From the summer of 2020 through the most recent NFL season, Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy lived in a hotel with his family to protect his son, who is at high risk to get COVID-19, according to a report from Jenny Vrentas of Sports Illustrated. Eric III has cerebral palsy and respiratory issues, putting him in a high-risk group that would likely feel the worst of the respiratory disease.
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Chiefs’ Eric Bieniemy Made A Huge Sacrifice To Keep High-Risk Son Safe From COVID-19 During 2020/21 Season

Eric Bieniemy continues to be one of the best people in professional sports. There was a lot of uncertainty as to the fate of the 2020/21 NFL season, but the league pushed forward and completed its 17-game regular season with the Super Bowl in Tampa Bay. On the losing end of the big game, Kansas City’s offensive coordinator had one of the more unique seasons and gave up a lot of things we take for granted to stand by his team every Sunday.
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Eric Bieniemy Explains Why He Lived In A Hotel All Season

An overlooked aspect of sports in a COVID-19 world is the sacrifices that players and coaches make to play the game. These sacrifices often include spending large periods of time away from family in order to keep everyone as isolated as possible. Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy knows this struggle all too well.
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Eric Bieniemy Lived in Hotel During 2020 Season Due to COVID-19 Concerns

The COVID-19 crisis has changed sports as we know it over the last year, leading to empty stadiums, constant testing and altered living situations for players and coaches alike. For Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy, 2020 served as perhaps the most challenging season of his career. Bieniemy detailed his difficult...
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Eric Bieniemy Lived in a Hotel Throughout the 2020 NFL Season

In a new story on Sports Illustrated by Jenny Vrentas recounting the struggles of a COVID-19 plagued NFL season, it is revealed that Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy spent the year in a hotel to protect his son, Eric Bieniemy III. Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy lived in...
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Chiefs OC Eric Bieniemy lived in hotel all season to protect son

Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy lived in a hotel for more than six months to protect his vulnerable son from the potential risks of COVID-19, the coach told Sports Illustrated. In an article published Thursday, Bieniemy told SI that he slept in a hotel six nights a week...
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Eric Bieniemy Lived in a Hotel During the 2020 NFL Season to Protect High-Risk Son

In a new story on Sports Illustrated by Jenny Vrentas recounting the struggles of a COVID-19 plagued NFL season, it is revealed that Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy spent the year in a hotel to protect his son, Eric Bieniemy III. Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy lived in...
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Eric Bieniemy not the only KC snub

The mystery isn’t why Eric Bieniemy can’t get hired as an NFL head coach. The mystery is why Dave Toub off that same Kansas City coaching staff can’t even get an interview. There were seven NFL head-coaching vacancies this offseason. Bienemy, the offensive coordinator of the AFC champion Chiefs, interviewed...
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New rules proposal could help Eric Bieniemy find a head coaching job

According to a report from Sports Illustrated’s Albert Breer, the NFL will be considering a significant rule change that could have a substantial impact on the league — and particularly on Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy. Proposed by the Buffalo Bills, the rule would prohibit teams from interviewing...
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Arrowheadlines: Mike Tomlin wonders why Eric Bieniemy is not a head coach

Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin is the latest to question why Bieniemy isn’t a head coach in the league, despite playing a major role in the Chiefs offense putting up incredible numbers over the last three seasons. “Bieniemy is a real head-scratcher for me,” Tomlin said on the lack...
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Mike Tomlin is right to be confused about Eric Bieniemy

Mike Tomlin isn’t the only one scratching his head. After yet another offseason in which Eric Bieniemy was bypassed for every single head coaching opening, we’re all still wondering why he remains with the K.C. Chiefs. Tomlin, the head coach for the Pittsburgh Steelers, recently sat down to talk about...