It was supposed to be a typical coach's season wrap-up press conference. It felt more like a coach wrapping up his three-year tenure with the team.
Chiefs coach Herm Edwards did his best not to sound like a lame duck as he summed up his third year, a 2-14 season that probably will not merit a fourth go-round in Kansas City after a 4-12 campaign the previous year.
Even Edwards had to acknowledge there was little beyond player evaluations he could do while awaiting the hiring of a new general manager.
Whoever team chairman Clark Hunt hires—and that hire will come from outside the current organization—will have to make a decision, with Hunt having final approval, on Edwards' status.
In his season-ending press conference Monday, Edwards was the...