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Former Chiefs QB Becomes A High School Coach

A former Kansas City Chiefs quarterback is getting into coaching.

No, no it's not Steve DeBerg and it's not for the Chiefs.

Quinn Gray, 30, played for the Chiefs during the 2008 season and has accepted the head coaching position at Jackson High School in Jacksonville, FL, according to the Florida Times-Union.

(Ed. Note: I'll never look at Gray the same way after reading that article in the KC Star about how many guns he owned. Can't seem to find the link to the story now.)

"When I retired from football, I automatically wanted to get into coaching," Gray said. "I had volunteered at several different camps, and when I saw the job posted online, I submitted my resume."    

This shows you how short NFL lives are. Gray is only 30 years old and was on an active roster for four seasons.

Now he's moved onto life after football.

(H/T tomahawk44)

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