Kansas City Chiefs general manager Scott Pioli reportedly has been offered a two-year contract extension by team owner Clark Hunt.
Pioli, who has been with the Chiefs since 2009, has not yet signed the deal and is still negotiating buyout terms, CBSSports.com reported, citing a league source.
The former New England Patriots executive has been criticized frequently for the building of the Chiefs, who are 22-31 since he joined the team. They are 1-4 entering Sunday's game at Tampa Bay.
He has been roundly criticized for his signing of former Patriots quarterback Matt Cassel, who has been a disappointment, and the hiring of head coach Todd Haley, who was fired last season.