Patriots Hire Former Chiefs Offensive Coordinator Brian Daboll

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    Bill Belichick announced on Monday the New England Patriots hired former Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Brian Daboll to a position on their coaching staff, Field Yates of ESPN Boston reports.

    Daboll, who began his NFL coaching career in 2000 with the Patriots and was with the team through the 2006 season, will reunite with several former coaching colleagues, including offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels. The 37-year old started his work with the Patriots as a defensive assistant during the 2000-2001 seasons before moving to a role as the wide receivers coach, which he held from 2002-2006.

    Daboll was hired by Eric Mangini when he took the head coaching with the New York Jets in 2007, serving as his quarterbacks coach for two seasons. Mangini, who also worked his way up the NFL coaching ladder with the Patriots, brought Daboll with him to the Cleveland Browns in 2009 when he was named the head coach there, and Daboll was tabbed as his offensive coordinator, a position he held for two seasons.

    Source: The Redzone

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