Scott Pioli and Romeo Crennel remain employed by the Kansas City Chiefs and haven't been told otherwise.
A Chiefs spokesman told NFL.com's Albert Breer on Wednesday that neither the general manager nor the coach have been informed they will be fired after the season. A report to the contrary came out earlier in the day.
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All signs point to Pioli and Crennel being relieved of their duties after the season. The Chiefs are no closer to being a winning franchise than they were when Pioli took over as GM. And they're no closer to having a franchise quarterback on the roster, either.
It's a little callous to talk about these two being fired after what they endured with Jovan Belcher, but that doesn't change the bottom line.