Looking up toward the ceiling, he [Todd Haley] darted into a back hallway before hesitating. Then he turned around, going back through a door and stopping again. Haley suspected that many rooms at the team facility were bugged so that team administrators could monitor employees' conversations. Stopping finally in a conference room, Haley said he believed his personal cellphone, a line he used before being hired by the Chiefs in 2009, had been tampered with.
Among the other highlights, an undisputed story about Pioli leaving a candy wrapper (no word on the variety) in a back stairwell and seeing how long until someone picked it up. After a week, Pioli had the wrapper placed in a bag and shown at a meeting to demonstrate the lack of detail that pervaded the building. "A great teaching moment" according to team president Mark Donovan. Also from Donovan, when discussing whether the Chiefs bugged phones in the building to monitor employees: "I'm not going to say that we've never done it, but it's not something we do. It's not how we operate this business."l