Defensive line coach Joe Cullen has signed an extension to stay with the Kansas City Chiefs for at least another year, ensuring continuity in the coaching staff as the team aims for a threepeat. The terms of the deal were not disclosed, but it comes after Cullen was sought after by other NFL and college teams, including the University of Michigan, Seattle Seahawks, and Washington Commanders. His work with players like Chris Jones and George Karlaftis has made him a valuable asset for the team.

By the Numbers
  • Cullen has signed an extension to stay with the Kansas City Chiefs for at least another year
  • He was sought after by other NFL and college teams, including the University of Michigan, Seattle Seahawks, and Washington Commanders
State of Play
  • With Joe Cullen's extension, the Kansas City Chiefs' coaching staff retains continuity as the team aims for a threepeat
  • His work with players like Chris Jones and George Karlaftis has made him a valuable asset for the team
  • It will be interesting to see if Cullen gets a promotion following the extension
Bottom Line

Joe Cullen's extension with the Kansas City Chiefs ensures coaching continuity as the team pursues another successful season, and his work with key players further solidifies his value to the team.