Thursday, January 22, 2009

Well This Is Promising

A little more on Cunningham's coaching pedigree and relationship with Schwartz.

Cunningham, who also spent two years as the Chiefs' head coach in 1999-2000, got his coaching start in 1968 at the University of Oregon, his alma mater, and he has coached everything from kickers to defensive linemen working for mentors such as George Seifert and Bud Carson and, more recently, former Chiefs head coach Marty Schottenheimer. And it's that last name that brings him back to his new boss.

"Working for Marty was probably the greatest thing I've ever done in the NFL -- he and I got along tremendously," Cunningham said. "Jim Schwartz is like a reincarnation for me. ... The relationship we developed at Tennessee is one of those things that comes to you about once in a lifetime in coaching."

1 comment:

  1. Your "label" is wrong. It should read: "Schwartz is a younger and more sex-offender looking Schottenheimer."


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