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July 29, 2013 4:32 PM

Offensive coordinator Pederson thinks his experience as player will pay off for Chiefs

One of the first things Doug Pederson did last January upon becoming the Chiefs’ offensive coordinator was revisit one of the most painful periods of his life. It was 1999, and Pederson was Andy Reid’s first quarterback with the Philadelphia Eagles. Reid drafted Donovan McNabb as his quarterback of the future, but he made Pederson the Eagles’ opening day starter. It did not go well. The Eagles started 0-4.

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