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“I’m not thinking snaps so much as touches. Four or five runs, four or five catches (per game). How many snaps that takes, that doesn’t matter to me. This guy clearly in space is a hazard to the defense. He probably got a little worked up a little the other night. We didn’t throw to him a couple of times where he had touchdowns.”

“Generally you don’t see a huddle by the officials that late in the process,” Haley said. “I thought there was a chance (Harbaugh) could challenge it, and I saw him holding his red flag … that’s when I asked the official on our side, ‘Was this a challenge?’ And he said, ‘No they huddled …’ which I’m all for, and I believe in and think, ‘Hey guys, let’s get it right,’ and that helps the game. They got it right.”

Speaking of speed, the Chiefs need a fast receiver to help their offense, which is something they tried to address by taking Jonathan Baldwin in the first round. Baldwin has had some issues in his short time in Kansas City and does not appear ready to make a contribution. The Chiefs are going to need to create big plays, or else they will struggle on offense

Q: With regards to the reported incident between [Thomas] Jones and [Jonathan] Baldwin, it was local early in the day on Friday, but by early afternoon on Friday every national media outlet had picked it up, and it’s my understanding that some of the media in Baltimore had been told that you were going to address the incident after the game. But, then when Adam [Teicher] asked you about it, you said, ‘What are you talking about?’ You seemed to not know about the reports. Can you just explain why you didn’t seem to address the reports?

HALEY: “I thought I did address it. I just didn’t understand the initial question was all. I addressed it as family business, falling into family business. I felt like I addressed it. I’m sorry if you didn’t think that.”

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