The Kansas City Chiefs hired Brian Daboll as their new offensive coordinator on Monday.

Daboll joins Kansas City after serving as the Miami offensive coordinator in 2011. His team had a 1,000-yard rusher in Reggie Bush and a 1,000-yard receiver in Brandon Marshall.

The Dolphins offense also had just 39 penalties on the season, tied for third- best in the NFL, but ranked just 20th in points with an average of 20.6 per game.

"Brian is a fine football coach and offensive mind," said Kansas City head coach Romeo Crennel. "I worked with him when he was a young coach in New England and I am proud of the way his career has developed. We had a very thorough process for this position and it was clear to me that Brian was the right choice. He was coveted by multiple teams and I am glad he will be joining our staff."

Prior to going to Miami, Daboll spent two seasons as the OC for Cleveland. He was also the quarterbacks coach with the New York Jets (2007-08) and an assistant coach with New England (2000-06).