Snoop Dogg, never one to be shy about his sports takes, has set his sights on Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator Todd "The Todd" Haley. The Steelers lost to the Eagles tonight 31-21 and Snoop was not having any of it. He went on a motherfucking tirade about Haley and posted it to Instagram.
Todd Haley's return to his hometown to work as the Steelers' offensive coordinator continues to be far more entertaining off the field than on it. Pittsburgh television station WPXI was first to report that Haley and his wife were sued by a luxury home builder who claims they walked away from a rent-to-own agreement…
A reader named Joe sent this our way. It's an autograph he got on a bar napkin from Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley. Joe explained what happened in an email. This is that story, unedited. Be warned: There are no heroes here. There's a guy being a dick to Haley, and Haley being a dick right back, and…
We like NFL.com's Ian Rapoport—good guy, good sources, good track record. But nobody deserves the head-spinning confusion he's dealing with today, thanks to Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley, who might be interviewing for the Arizona Cardinals head coaching gig. Or he might not be. Or maybe yes. Rapoport's on…
The Todd Haley and Ben Roethlisberger relationship did not get off to the best of starts. Haley was hired to replace Roethlisberger-favorite, Bruce Arians, and then proceeded to never talk to Big Ben. Six weeks into a 2-3 season and Roethlisberger is returning the fuck you. The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review's Joe Starkey…
This story was published Friday evening, so it fell a bit below our radar. But it's still worth sharing because, well ... you'll see. It involves Chiefs general manager Scott Pioli, and his take on training camp now that Todd Haley is no longer the team's head coach. Oh, wait. Pioli doesn't really say that. Right. OK.
It's been nearly two weeks since the Steelers hired Todd Haley to be Big Ben's
offensive coordinator, but thus far the only talk of their new working relationship is that there's been no talk. Haley struck all the right notes at his introductory press conference Feb. 9, but he and Roethlisberger have still not…
Earlier in the week, Arizona Radio guy, Mike Jurecki, reported that he was "hearing" that Kansas City would not be paying Todd Haley's final contract year for "cause" (read: supreme asshole-ery). Haley, if you'll recall, was dumped by the Chiefs earlier this year. Despite winning the AFC West in his second year, the…
Tempers flared in Kansas City as Todd Haley continues to prove that he is who we thought he was. The legend of Megatron grows and the end of the undefeated era in the AFC. All these stories and more, below.
Buffalo Bills 41, Kansas City Chiefs 7. Bro.
By and large, there's not a lot to like about Kansas City Chiefs head coach Todd Haley. He played golf, not football, in high school and college. His father was an NFL big shot. He's prone to tantrums. He rolled over some coordinators quickly. Whitlock hates him.
The Baltimore Ravens defeated the Kansas City Chiefs 31-13 last night. That final score was seasoned with two Ravens touchdowns in the final two minutes.
Joe Cool goes up against Brady's backup. Ed Reed's brother goes missing. And Jamaal Charles appears to have dodged the flu, thanks to an advanced hygiene routine Chiefs coach Todd Haley put in place before the game.
If you're going to be glued to the TV while the Chargers put up thirty-four or so on the Chiefs, this is the open thread for you. Let your hatred of Todd Haley seethe below.
PFT calls it the Todd Haley "image-bolstering tour", but apparently this story is 100% true. How soon after this will Haley get mugged at the same bus stop now that everyone knows he's carrying wads of cash on him? [KCTV5]
Because no one reads the newspaper, and SportsCenter's anchors are too perky for this early in the morning, Deadspin combs the best of the broadsheets and the blogosphere to bring you everything you need to know to start your day.
The Kansas City Chiefs are a disaster, obviously, but look on the bright side—it took permanently disgruntled RB Larry Johnson seven whole games to launch an embarrassing tirade against his head coach. I think that's improvement!