Scott Pioli has finally made his decision. He's accepted the Kansas City Chiefs' offer to be their new general manager.
The hiring of Pioli has put the Chiefs back in Super Bowl contention, according to at least one Kansas City journalist.
A writer for a national publication agrees that Pioli will make a difference in K.C.
So, who will fill Pioli's spot in New England's personnel department? The *Boston Herald *says today that it's Nick Caserio, a former college teammate of departed offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels.
The Boston Globe, meantime, looks at the personal loss of Pioli to head coach Bill Belichick.
Looking for some draft insight? Belichick talks about **Tim Tebow **in a *Sports Illustrated *article.
And on a completely unrelated note, ESPN's AFC East blogger has posted an interesting piece. It asserts that the 1990s Buffalo Bills will send more players to the Pro Football Hall of Fame than the 2000s New England Patriots. Crazy talk? You decide ...