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News & Notes© February 2001
Schottenheimer heads back to the field
Marty Schottenheimer is leaving the broadcast booth and returning to the football field, this time as head coach and director of football operations for the beleaguered Washington Redskins.
At a press conference in early January, Schottenheimer said that while he loved the two years he spent as an NFL analyst for ESPN, he just couldn't pass up the opportunity to return to coaching. "It's in my blood," the 11th winningest coach in NFL history said. "It's who I am."
The four-year deal is worth $10 million with incentives that would add $8 million to the total package.
While he once said he couldn't imagine working for a hands-on owner like Redskins' Daniel Snyder, he said his concerns were allayed when he met Snyder. "At first I felt our management styles were not similar,....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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