ESPN's Chris Mortensen believes former head coach and current ESPN analyst Jon Gruden could return to the sideline if the right situation arises. Gruden is still under contract, but Mort says we should keep an eye out and that the Return of Chucky could easily happen.
In other coaching news today:
Kansas City Chiefs GM Scott Pioli isn't out of the woods yet and he is still with the team, but it is apparent that may not be the case for much longer. There have been murmurs about former Bills, Colts and Panthers GM Bill Polian being the next GM for the Chiefs, but a PFT source denies it will be Polian.
Mike Holmgren would like everyone to know that he is available and will entertain offers.
Ed Werder reports that former Bears head man Lovie Smith is in demand. Apparently, the Arizona Cardinals and the Buffalo Bills are two of the interested parties. Add Andy Reid and Mike McCoy as two more interviews for the Cardinals, who appear to be on a mission to get their's first.
Oregon head coach Chip Kelly is the hottest name from the college ranks expected to make the jump to the NFL. Odds are in favor of that happening. Philly and the Browns have him at the top of their Wish List.
Buddy Nix will remain the Buffalo Bills GM, per Albert Breer. Adam Schefter reports that the Bills named Russ Brandon president/CEO with full authority. Nix will stay as they transition to Doug Whaley at some point.