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After OC joins Commanders, the Kansas City Chiefs may already have a replacement for Eric Bieniemy.
Even though Eric Bieniemy left the Kansas City Chiefs not too long ago, the team might already have a replacement for him as offensive coordinator waiting in the wings.

Despite just winning the Super Bowl, Eric Bieniemy, the 53-year-old offensive coordinator, left the Kansas City Chiefs to join the Washington Commanders.

Bieniemy, who spent ten years with the Chiefs, announced on Friday that he was joining the Commanders. Alongside head coach Andy Reid, Bieniemy signed on with the Chiefs in 2013, and in 2018 he was elevated to offensive coordinator.

I’ll eventually take on the role of head coach. The Chiefs were first dealt a blow, but it’s possible they already have a ready-made alternative.

Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports that Matt Nagy, the quarterbacks coach for the Chiefs, has “quickly emerged as the top choice” to take over lll position. Before the Chicago Bears moved in to sign Nagy as head coach, he served as the Chiefs’ offensive coordinator from 2016 until 2017.

Nagy is happy to accept the responsibility; according to NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo, he has remained put despite having “had interest from other teams in recent weeks but knew he was likely in line” for Bieniemy’s position. It’s an extremely alluring position for any coach, especially with players like Travis Kelce and Patrick Mahomes in the offense.
Even though Bieniemy has been extremely successful with the Chiefs, he has been directing the offense in coach Reid’s shadow since leaving to pursue his own goals. He’ll probably be left to manage the offense on his own with the Commanders since head coach Ron Rivera is a more defensive-minded man.


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