KANSAS CITY, Mo--Kansas City Chiefs owner Clark Hunt wasted little time making changes to his team, one day after the Chiefs tragic 2-14 season.
Hunt fired Romeo Crennel as head football coach, and it seems that general manager Scott Pioli may be on his way out.
Hunt immediately terminated Crennel's contract following Sunday's 38-3 loss to the Broncos.
But Pioli remains in the gm's seat for now.
Hunt made it clear at an afternoon news conference that he is hiring the next head coach and that coach will report directly to him.
Crennel is one of seven NFL coaches that were fired Monday.
Two of those big names like Chicago's Lovie Smith and the Eagles Andy Reid.
Crennel took over the Chiefs on an interim basis last season and was 2-1, his team finished 2-14 this year.
"These decisions are always tough because you have a personal relationship with the individual," said Chiefs owner Clark Hunt. "And somebody that you care about like Romeo. But at the end of the day it's a performance business. And 2-and-14 just is not good enough and we have to move in a different direction...."