Lockout hits these coaches harder
Their already difficult situations are made worse by lack of offseason activities
The NFL Coaching Association filed a brief in the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals pushing for the end of the lockout.
Many thought this was done to support the players in the labor dispute. Larry Kennan, who runs the NFLCA, says that wasn't the case. According to Kennan, the filing was done solely for the coaches, whose careers are affected by the current lack of an offseason with their players.
The brief says the average coach is 46 years old and works in an environment that lacks ...
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