Coach Jason Brown resigns as Kansas City Chiefs coach
Kansas City, Kan.
— Coach Jason K. Brown has resigned as the Kansas City Kansas City Bears coach, the team announced Thursday.
Brown, who was the defensive coordinator for the Chiefs for four seasons, is now the interim coach of the Bears, a team that won just three games in 2016.
He replaces Wade Phillips, who left in March to become the head coach of Arizona State.
Brown also coached in the NFL for five years with the Green Bay Packers and Kansas City’s Chiefs.
In his 10 years as an NFL coach, he has never won a Super Bowl title.
He was an assistant for the Dallas Cowboys from 2010 to 2015, where he helped guide the Cowboys to four Super Bowl appearances.
Brown had coached in seven of the Chiefs’ 16 playoff games from 2014-16.
Kansas City is 4-6 in the postseason, including a 0-2 start this season.