Good morning! Here is today's Kansas City Chiefs (and some Virginia Destroyers) news. Enjoy.
Schottenheimer, who lived on Misty Lake Drive in Strongsville at the time and still maintains a local membership at Sharon Golf Club, is back in football as head coach of the Virginia Destroyers of the United Football League. He's also returning to Northeast Ohio for his team's open tryout at Baldwin-Wallace College on Saturday.
Schottenheimer discussed the UFL and his long NFL career, including his time in Cleveland, during a recent phone interview:
Marty Schottenmeimer Q and A from The Cleveland Plain Dealer
Video: Coach's Corner with Bill Muir from The Mothership
Chiefs fans have a chance to see Schottenheimer’s team when the Destroyers will play their second game against the Omaha Nighthawks on Sunday, August 21st.
The Nighthawks will be christening football in the new Omaha venue, TD Ameritrade Park.
A Football Assortment... Morning Cup O'Chiefs from Bob Gretz
The 76-year old will coach the celebrity team, including a few NFL football players from the area, such as Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles, a Port Arthur native, in the Jamaal Charles 7-on-7 basketball tournament on Saturday at 4:30 p.m. at the Memorial High School gym.
The celebrity team will play against a Port Arthur city-league team.
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