Kansas City Chiefs: Will Todd Haley's In-Your-Face Style Work In K.C?

Joe JonesCorrespondent IJune 22, 2009

GLENDALE, AZ - JANUARY 18:  (2nd left) Offensive Coordinator Todd Haley of the Arizona Cardinals and (M) head coach Ken Whisenhunt talks with (R) quarterback Kurt Warner #13 as (L) quarterback Matt Leinart #7 stands behind and watches against the Philadelphia Eagles during the NFC championship game on January 18, 2009 at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.  (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

Since the days of Hank Stram, the Kansas City Chiefs have been through there share of head coaches from Marine-Corps-style of Paul Wiggins to offensive minded Dick Vermeil.

Now, how will the Chiefs operate under a no-nonsense style Haley driven team?

Todd Haley got his start with the New York Jets as a assistant in the scouting department for two seasons. Todd worked with Charlie Weis as receivers coach , helping Keyshawn Johnson in making his second Pro Bowl appearance.

In 1997, Todd worked out with Scott Pioli as Director of Pro Personnel until 1999.

In 2004, Todd teamed up with Bill Parcells and headed the passing game and wide receiver coach for the Dallas Cowboys.

Todd also helped develop Tony Romo and the Cowboys' passing offense which centered around wide receivers Terry Glenn and Terrell Owens.

In 2007 , Haley joined Ken Whisenhunt's coaching staff as offensive coordinator. After Haley's brief stay in Dallas, he brought that aggressive style mentality with him to Arizona.

Haley was known to have a numerous spats with Terrell Owens.

In Arizona he was noted for his argument with Kurt Warner and then a blowup with wide receiver Anquan Boldin in full view of national television.

In defending his style, Haley said, "Its part of how I coach...it's part of how I motivate, and I like to think I've had some success doing it.

All in all, get ready Chiefs fans: "General MacArthur has landed in Kansas City"