Chiefs lose assistant strength coach to Vikings

The Chiefs have lost another member of their coaching staff. On Wednesday, the Minnesota Vikings announced they’ve hired Brent Salazar as strength and conditioning coach.

Salazar had been an assistant strength and conditioning coach for the Chiefs since 2007, serving under two different coaching staffs and two different head strength and conditioning coaches.

The Chiefs still have two members of their strength and conditioning staff, head strength coach Barry Rubin and assistant Travis Crittenden, who both came from Philadelphia with coach Andy Reid in 2013.

The Chiefs also lost offensive coordinator Doug Pederson, assistant offensive line coach Eugene Chung and defensive assistant Dino Vasso this offseason. Pederson left to become the Eagles’ head coach in January, and he lured Chung and Vasso along with him by giving them promotions.