According to a report, Todd Haley was one of many ex-employees who thought the Chiefs' facility was bugged.
(John Rieger/US Presswire)
According to the report, a culture of fear and paranoia has developed since Scott Pioli was hired as general manager in 2009, including claims of wire-tapping and room bugging.
The suspicions were held by many former employees of the organization, including former coach Todd Haley.
One former high-ranking staffer said the level of paranoia "was probably the highest that I had ever seen it anywhere." Haley -- who wasn't quoted in the story -- reportedly stopped talking on his personal cell phone during the past year -- fearing it to be bugged
-- and repeatedly checked his office for listening devices