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Eric Bieniemy: ‘I’m gonna keep working my ass off’ for head coach opportunity

Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy says he’s going to keep “working his ass off” to get the head coaching opportunity he desires. A few years ago, it would have been a completely laughable scenario to think that Eric Bieniemy would not have been made a head coach by the year 2022. As the main offensive assistant for a team that has enjoyed as much sustained success as anyone else, Bieniemy should have been hired years ago. Instead, he’s back for his tenth season with the Kansas City Chiefs and left wondering along with the rest of us.
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Chiefs OC Eric Bieniemy on new offense without Tyreek Hill: 'You love the challenge'

The Kansas City Chiefs offense is built around the absurd talent of Patrick Mahomes, but over the last several seasons, it has also been built around two uniquely talented pass-catchers: tight end Travis Kelce and wide receiver Tyreek Hill. Obviously, that will not be the case in 2022, after the Chiefs traded Hill to the Miami Dolphins in exchange for first-, second-, and fourth-round picks in the 2022 NFL Draft, as well as a sixth-round selection in 2023. Instead, the Chiefs will have to do things a bit differently.
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Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy on becoming an NFL head coach: 'I've just got to go get it'

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Eric Bieniemy acknowledged his disappointment over failing to get an NFL head-coaching job despite multiple interviews in recent seasons. "In reality it's tough,'' said Bieniemy, the offensive coordinator for the Kansas City Chiefs since 2018. "But I don't let that keep me from doing what I do. I'm still alive, I'm breathing and I have an opportunity to work for a championship team. That's the beauty of it.
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AFC Notes: Broncos, Chiefs, Eric Bieniemy, Raiders

Broncos CB Patrick Surtain said defending QB Russell Wilson, WR Courtland Sutton and WR Tim Patrick in practice is helpful for his development. “It’s helps me a lot, going against premiere talent like that with a great quarterback and great perimeter players,” Surtain said, via BroncosWire. “That helps me as a player and [helps] build on my game. It’s always great going against them.”
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Eric Bieniemy on a head coaching job: ‘I’ve just got to go get it’

Whenever Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy addresses the media, he knows he is likely to hear questions about his inability to land a head coaching position. His media appearance on Tuesday was no different. Bieniemy was again unable to land a head coaching position this offseason — and...
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Eric Bieniemy Makes His Feelings On Tyreek Hill Very Clear

After working with Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy for the past six years, wide receiver Tyreek Hill went to the Miami Dolphins. Speaking to the media on Thursday, Bieniemy lamented the departure of Hill. But he made it clear that it's his job to move on and develop the players that the Chiefs still have.
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No hint of friction between Chiefs coaches Eric Bieniemy and Matt Nagy

One of the changes the Kansas City Chiefs made during the offseason was to return Matt Nagy to the offensive coaching staff. Nagy had been an assistant under Andy Reid for his final five years as head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles — and then joined the Chiefs staff when Reid came to Kansas City, serving as the quarterbacks coach for three years before becoming offensive coordinator for two seasons. He spent the last four years as head coach of the Chicago Bears — and has now returned to his original Kansas City role as quarterbacks coach.
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Fiery Chiefs OC Eric Bieniemy plans to ‘keep working’ for NFL head coaching chance

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Eric Bieniemy still expects to be a head coach in the NFL one day. He’s been passed over by more than a dozen teams after interviews each of the last four off seasons, but the Kansas City Chiefs' offensive coordinator sounded more determined, feisty and outspoken than ever about his dream Thursday after the second week of organized team activities.
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