And Haley? He couldn't be more thrilled to be where he is. In looking back at his near-three seasons with the Chiefs, Haley said he was “very proud of the things the players and I were able to accomplish … we … beat Chicago on the road when we were playing with our third-team quarterback at that time.” Wrong, Todd. He is back where it all started, with an organization that his father helped mold into one of the greatest dynasties in NFL history, living in the same area in which he grew up and unabashedly wrapping his arms around a team that he has loved since he was a ball boy for them at training camp. There are no more run-ins with the front office, no more feelings of being watched and wire-tapped by the general manager, no more worries about what you're wearing, when you previously shaved or what concert you might have attended.