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2011 Kansas City Chiefs season Head coach Todd Haley General manager Scott Pioli Home field Arrowhead Stadium Results Record Division Place Playoff finish Uniform Timeline Previous season Next season 2010 2012 The 2011 Kansas City Chiefs season will be the franchise's 42nd season in the National Football League, the 52nd overall and the third under the head coach/general manager tandem of Todd Haley and Scott Pioli. The Chiefs are coming off a 10–6 record in 2010, in which the team won its first AFC West division title since 2003. Their 2011 schedule will feature all four conference finalists from the 2010 season (Bears, Jets, Packers, and Steelers). They are the only team in the league to face this obstacle. Furthermore, these games will be played over four consecutive weeks. On July 25, the NFLPA and the NFL owners agreed on a new collective bargaining agreement. The Chiefs training camp began on July 29 and the preseason and regular season will start on time. Contents 1 Offseason 1.1 Roster changes 1.1.1 Free Agency 1.2 2011 draft board 2 Preseason 2.1 Schedule 3 Regular season 3.1 Schedule 3.2 Standings 4 Current staff 5 Current roster 6 Notes and references Offseason Roster changes Free Agency Kansas City Chiefs Free Agency[1] Position Player Status* 2010 Team 2011 Team LB Charlie Anderson UFA Kansas City Chiefs TBD RB Jackie Battle RFA Kansas City Chiefs Kansas City Chiefs WR Steve Breaston UFA Arizona Cardinals Kansas City Chiefs CB Brandon Carr RFA Kansas City Chiefs Kansas City Chiefs FB Tim Castille UFA Kansas City Chiefs TBD WR Terrance Copper UFA Kansas City Chiefs Kansas City Chiefs TE Brad Cottam RFA Kansas City Chiefs TBD FB Mike Cox RFA Kansas City Chiefs Kansas City Chiefs QB Brodie Croyle UFA Kansas City Chiefs TBD WR Kevin Curtis UFA Kansas City Chiefs TBD CB Travis Daniels UFA Kansas City Chiefs Kansas City Chiefs DT Ron Edwards UFA Kansas City Chiefs Carolina Panthers DE Wallace Gilberry RFA Kansas City Chiefs Kansas City Chiefs DT Kelly Gregg UFA Baltimore Ravens Kansas City Chiefs LB Cory Greenwood EFA Kansas City Chiefs Kansas City Chiefs LB Tamba Hali UFA Kansas City Chiefs Kansas City Chiefs S Reshard Langford EFA Kansas City Chiefs Kansas City Chiefs CB Maurice Leggett RFA Kansas City Chiefs Detroit Lions FB Le'Ron McClain UFA Baltimore Ravens Kansas City Chiefs S Jon McGraw UFA Kansas City Chiefs Kansas City Chiefs LB Corey Mays UFA Kansas City Chiefs TBD C Rudy Niswanger UFA Kansas City Chiefs TBD OT Ryan O'Callaghan UFA Kansas City Chiefs Kansas City Chiefs S Sabby Piscitelli UFA Tampa Bay Buccaneers & Cleveland Browns Kansas City Chiefs TE Leonard Pope UFA Kansas City Chiefs Kansas City Chiefs OT Barry Richardson RFA Kansas City Chiefs Kansas City Chiefs LB Brandon Siler UFA San Diego Chargers Kansas City Chiefs DE Shaun Smith UFA Kansas City Chiefs Tennessee Titans LB Mike Vrabel UFA Kansas City Chiefs Retired C Casey Wiegmann UFA Kansas City Chiefs Kansas City Chiefs *RFA: Restricted free agent, UFA: Unrestricted free agent, ERFA: Exclusive rights free agent, Franchise: Franchise tag 2011 draft board Main article: 2011 NFL Draft Round Selection Player Position College 1 [a] 26 [b] Jonathan Baldwin Wide Receiver Pittsburgh 2 55 Rodney Hudson Center Florida State 3 70 [a] Justin Houston Linebacker Georgia 3 86 Allen Bailey Defensive End Miami (FL) 4 118 Jalil Brown Cornerback Colorado 5 135 [c] Ricky Stanzi Quarterback Iowa 5 140 [d] Gabe Miller Linebacker Oregon State 6 [c] 199 [e] Jerrell Powe Nose Tackle Mississippi 7 223 Shane Bannon Runningback Yale ^[a] The Chiefs traded their original first-round selection (#21) to the Cleveland Browns in exchange for the first-round selection (#27) which the Browns had previously acquired from Atlanta, and Cleveland's third-round selection (#70 overall). ^[b] The Baltimore Ravens originally held the 26th pick, but they did not submit their pick in the allotted ten minutes which allowed Kansas City to pick ahead of them. ^[c] The Chiefs traded their original sixth-round selection (#187 overall) and DT Alex Magee to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in exchange for the fifth-round selection which the Buccaneers had previously acquired from Denver. ^[d] The Chiefs swapped fifth-round selections with the Detroit Lions (the Chiefs originally held the #154 overall selection), after the Lions were found guilty of tampering with Chiefs' players. ^[e] Compensatory selection. Preseason Schedule The Chiefs' preseason schedule was announced on April 12, 2011. Week Date Kickoff (CDT) Opponent Results Game site TV NFL.com recap Final score Team record 1 August 12 7:00 p.m. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Arrowhead Stadium Fox 2 August 19 6:30 p.m. at Baltimore Ravens M&T Bank Stadium KCTV 3 August 26 7:00 p.m. St. Louis Rams Arrowhead Stadium KCTV 4 September 1 7:00 p.m. at Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field KCTV Regular season Schedule Week Date Kickoff (CT) Opponent Results Game site TV NFL.com recap Final score Team record 1 September 11 12:00 p.m. Buffalo Bills Arrowhead Stadium CBS 2 September 18 12:00 p.m. at Detroit Lions Ford Field CBS 3 September 25 3:05 p.m. at San Diego Chargers Qualcomm Stadium CBS 4 October 2 12:00 p.m. Minnesota Vikings Arrowhead Stadium Fox 5 October 9 12:00 p.m. at Indianapolis Colts Lucas Oil Stadium CBS 6 Bye 7 October 23 3:05 p.m. at Oakland Raiders O.co Coliseum CBS 8 October 31 7:30 p.m. San Diego Chargers Arrowhead Stadium ESPN 9 November 6 12:00 p.m. Miami Dolphins Arrowhead Stadium CBS 10 November 13 12:00 p.m. * Denver Broncos Arrowhead Stadium CBS 11 November 21 7:30 p.m. at New England Patriots Gillette Stadium ESPN 12 November 27 7:20 p.m. * Pittsburgh Steelers Arrowhead Stadium NBC 13 December 4 12:00 p.m. * at Chicago Bears Soldier Field CBS 14 December 11 12:00 p.m. * at New York Jets New Meadowlands Stadium CBS 15 December 18 12:00 p.m. * Green Bay Packers Arrowhead Stadium Fox 16 December 24 12:00 p.m. Oakland Raiders Arrowhead Stadium CBS 17 January 1 3:15 p.m. * at Denver Broncos INVESCO Field at Mile High CBS   *  Indicates that the game time is subject to change as a result of flexible scheduling. Standings AFC West view · talk · edit W L T PCT DIV CONF PF PA STK Denver Broncos 0 0 0 .000 0–0 0–0 0 0 Kansas City Chiefs 0 0 0 .000 0–0 0–0 0 0 Oakland Raiders 0 0 0 .000 0–0 0–0 0 0 San Diego Chargers 0 0 0 .000 0–0 0–0 0 0 Current staff Kansas City Chiefs staffv · d · e Front Office Chairman/CEO – Clark Hunt President – Mark Donovan General Manager – Scott Pioli Assistant General Manager – Joel Collier Director of Pro Personnel – Ray Farmer Director of College Scouting – Phil Emery Director of Football Administration – Trip MacCracken Head Coaches Head Coach – Todd Haley Assistant Head Coach – Maurice Carthon Offensive Coaches Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line – Bill Muir Quarterbacks – Jim Zorn Wide Receivers – Richie Anderson Tight Ends – Bernie Parmalee Assistant Offensive Line – Pat Perles Offensive Quality Control – Nick Sirianni   Defensive Coaches Defensive Coordinator – Romeo Crennel Defensive Line – Anthony Pleasant Linebackers – Gary Gibbs Defensive Backs – Emmitt Thomas Defensive Quality Control – Otis Smith Defensive Assistant/Assistant Linebackers – Adam Zimmer Special Teams Coaches Special Teams – Steve Hoffman Strength and Conditioning Strength and Conditioning – Mike Clark Assistant Strength and Conditioning – Brent Salazar → Coaching Staff → Management → More NFL staffs Current roster Kansas City Chiefs rosterview · talk · edit Quarterbacks  7 Matt Cassel  4 Tyler Palko 13 Ricky Stanzi Running Backs 40 Shane Bannon FB 26 Jackie Battle 25 Jamaal Charles 42 Mike Cox FB 38 Tervaris Johnson 20 Thomas Jones 44 Le'Ron McClain FB Wide Receivers 89 Jonathan Baldwin 82 Dwayne Bowe 19 Steve Breaston 10 Terrance Copper 11 Jeremy Horne 14 Quinten Lawrence 22 Dexter McCluster RB 17 Chris Manno  5 Zeke Markshausen  9 Josue Paul 15 Verran Tucker 83 Jerheme Urban  8 Chandler Williams Tight Ends 88 Charlie Gantt 85 Jake O'Connell 45 Leonard Pope 80 Cody Slate Offensive Linemen 76 Branden Albert T 73 Jon Asamoah G 60 Chris Harr T 66 Darryl Harris G 61 Rodney Hudson C/G 77 Mike Ingersoll T 79 Butch Lewis G/T 65 Ryan Lilja G 70 David Mims T 75 Ryan O'Callaghan T 67 Barry Richardson T 62 Casey Wiegmann C Defensive Linemen 71 Allen Bailey DE 90 Brandon Bair DE 72 Glenn Dorsey DE 70 Dion Gales DE 92 Wallace Gilberry DE -- Amon Gordon NT 74 Bobby Greenwood DE 77 Kelly Gregg NT 94 Tyson Jackson DE 68 Luke Patterson DE 95 Jerrell Powe NT 98 Anthony Toribio NT Linebackers 66 Eric Bakhtiari OLB 59 Jovan Belcher ILB 57 Justin Cole ILB 93 Cory Greenwood ILB 91 Tamba Hali OLB 50 Justin Houston OLB 56 Derrick Johnson ILB 99 Micah Johnson ILB 60 Amara Kamara OLB/DE 51 Gabe Miller OLB 55 Cameron Sheffield OLB -- Brandon Siler ILB 96 Andy Studebaker OLB 97 Pierre Walters OLB 53 Demorrio Williams ILB Defensive Backs 21 Javier Arenas CB 29 Eric Berry SS 30 Jalil Brown CB/FS 39 Brandon Carr CB 34 Travis Daniels CB 24 Brandon Flowers CB 48 Reshard Langford SS 23 Kendrick Lewis FS 41 Javes Lewis 47 Jon McGraw FS 49 Sabby Piscitelli FS 35 Ricky Price FS 38 Mario Russell 32 Demond Washington CB 27 Donald Washington SS Special Teams  2 Dustin Colquitt P 43 Thomas Gafford LS  6 Ryan Succop K Reserve Lists 81 Tony Moeaki TE (Active/PUP) Rookies in italics Roster updated August 6, 2011 Depth Chart • Transactions 85 Active, 0 Inactive → More rosters Notes and references ^ "Kansas City Chiefs 2010 Free Agency". NFL.com. http://www.nfl.com/freeagency#players-tab-set-1:players-grid-container-team/players-list-dropdown-team:team-kc. Retrieved April 25, 2010.  v · d · eKansas City Chiefs Formerly the Dallas Texans • Founded in 1960 • Based in Kansas City, Missouri The Franchise Franchise • History • Players • First round picks • Coaches • Seasons • Logos and Uniforms • Awards • Quarterbacks (List) • Opponents Stadiums Cotton Bowl • Municipal Stadium • Arrowhead Stadium Personnel Owner: Clark Hunt • General Manager: Scott Pioli • President: Denny Thum • Head Coach: Todd Haley • Offensive Coordinator: Bill Muir • Defensive Coordinator: Romeo Crennel • Special Teams Coach: Steve Hoffman Culture Lamar Hunt • Carl Peterson • Jack Steadman • H. Roe Bartle • Kevin Harlan • Mitch Holthus • Missouri Governor's Cup • Warpaint • K. C. Wolf • American Football League • Lamar Hunt Trophy • Thanksgiving Classic • War Chant • Marty Ball • Rock and Roll, Part Two • Super Bowl Rivalries Oakland Raiders • St. Louis Rams/St. Louis Cardinals Owners (2) Hunt • Hunt Family Presidents (5) Hunt • Steadman • Peterson • Thum • Donovan General Managers (5) Rossi • Steadman • Schaaf • Peterson • Pioli Head Coaches (11) Stram • Wiggin • Bettis • Levy • Mackovic • Gansz • Schottenheimer • Cunningham • Vermeil • Edwards • Haley Offensive Coordinators (14) Franklin • Schnelker • Mackovic • Smith • Sefcik • Pendry • Hackett • Raye • Saunders • Solari • Gailey • Haley • Weis • Muir Defensive Coordinators (15) Costello • Bettis • Rust • Carson • Daniel • Young • Rust • Cowher • Adolph • Cunningham • Schottenheimer • Robinson • Cunningham • Pendergast • Crennel Special Teams Coach (13) Ortmayer • Ross • Lawrence • Gansz • Vechiarella • Gansz • Beckman • Sefcik • Schottenheimer • Stock • Gansz • Priefer • Hoffman Playoff Appearances (16) 1962 • 1966 • 1968 • 1969 • 1971 • 1986 • 1990 • 1991 • 1992 • 1993 • 1994 • 1995 • 1997 • 2003 • 2006 • 2010 Division Championships (8) 1962 • 1966 • 1971 • 1993 • 1995 • 1997 • 2003 • 2010 Super Bowl Appearances (2) I • IV League Championships (4) 1962 • 1966 • 1969 • 1969 Retired numbers (8) 16 • 28 • 33 • 36 • 58 • 63 • 78 • 86 Pro Football Hall of Fame members (14) Players - Allen • Bell • Buchanan • Dawson • Lanier • Montana • Moon • Stenerud • D. Thomas • E. 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