[Kansas City.com] Herm Edwards may be turning to Father Time to help the Chiefs.
Edwards brought Dick Curl, one of his New York Jets assistants, to Arrowhead Stadium for an interview Wednesday. Curl was known in New York as Father Time because his job in part was to help Edwards with time management on game days.
Curl didn’t help Edwards much, at least with clock management. The Jets were still among the worst at the art in Curl’s two seasons with Edwards, and both were widely criticized in New York.
It was unclear exactly what Edwards might have in mind for Curl. Edwards was unavailable to explain. Curl, a former scout with the Chiefs, coached tight ends and running backs during his time with the Jets.
Chiefs running backs coach James Saxon was in his office and working Wednesday, a sign Edwards would welcome him back. The Chiefs are without a tight ends coach after letting go of Jason Verduzco.
Former Chiefs secondary coach Peter Giunta was chosen Wednesday as defensive backs coach for the Giants.