Hopefully not all that much.
When former Chiefs general manager Scott Pioli was brought on board as an assistant to Thomas Dimitroff, the move was mostly met with hesitant approval.
Sure, Pioli had an incredibly checkered four-year tenure in Kansas City (though former head coaches Todd Haley and Romeo Crennel deserve just as much blame). But it's not as if he wasn't successful in his own right as one of the head talent evaluators during the New England golden years.
And the initial thought when he was hired as an assistant to Dimitroff, in the
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