Todd Haley bounced around the NFL for over 20 years, having offensive coaching jobs with seven different teams in the league.
It was announced on Thursday that he'd be taking a paycut, however, as he accepted an offensive coordinator job with Riverview High School down in Sarasota, Florida.
Haley coached in the NFL for 23 years, starting with the New York Jets, and floating around to three different teams until he landed his first and only head coaching job with the Kansas City Chiefs from 2009-2011. In 2009, his Chiefs finished with a 4-12 record, but the next season, he led them to a 10-6 record and a berth in the Wild Card Game. They lost, and Haley was fired after 12 games the following year.
He found his longest job in the NFL as offensive coordinator with the Pittsburgh Steelers from 2012-2017, and finished his NFL career with the Cleveland Browns in 2018.
Haley has been joked about on Twitter since accepting the lesser job in Florida, as Chiefs fans hold their underachieving years against him. Hopefully for Haley, he can translate some success at the high school level into a return to the NFL.