ESW Camps Powered By Under Armour: Coaches


Under Armour has recognized the effort of European American football leagues, teams and, most importantly, coaches and players. 6 camps in 6 cities will be hosted by EuroStopWatch and all are powered by Under Armour! 

This time around - we're bringing you Coaches Resumes!

STEVE CROSBY

Crosby played for the New York Giants from 1974 to 1976. In 1977 he was a scout for the Miami Dolphins. He then accepted, and later became a coach under Don Shula. The Dolphins went to Super Bowl XVII in 1982. Crosby then coached for the Atlanta Falcons, Cleveland Browns, New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles. In 1985 with the Browns, Crosby was the running backs coach that oversaw both Earnest Byner and Kevin Mack both running for 1,000 yards. He later would become the offensive coordinator for the Browns under Bill Belichik. Crosby joined the Chargers in 2002 as special teams coach under their new incoming head coach, Marty Schottenheimer.Crosby was honored as the 2007 NFL Special Teams Coach of the Year by Professional Kicking Services.

AL LUGINBILL 

Luginbill started his coaching career at Pasadina City College. From there he was a coach at Arizona State University where he was an assistant and later would become the Defensive coordinator. He accepted his second head coaching position at San Deigo St University. Luginbill served as the inaugural head coach for the Amsterdam Admirals of NFL Europe from 1995-2000. He led the Admirals to a 34-26 record. Amsterdam went 9-1 in 1995 and played in the World Bowl. In 1998 Luginbil had the opportunity to coach future Hall Of Famer Kurt Warner, who played one year for the Admirals. After coaching in Europe, Luginbill returned to the States to serve as the head coach and director of football operations for the XFL’s Los Angeles Xtreme. In the league’s first and only year, he guided the Xtreme to a championship.


REX NORRIS

Norris coached college football and NFL teams during the past 40 years. After playing the position of linebacker himself, Norris moved on to coaching college football. In 1972 already, he was coaching Texas A&M. He served at Oklahoma for a total of 11 seasons (1973–1983), filling the positions of defensive coordinator, assiant head coach. Norris moved on to Arizona State. The next season Norris made the switch from college football to the NFL when took a job at the Detroit Lions. After the Lions he returned to college football at Florida, Tennessee and Texas.In 1994 went to the Denver Broncos, followed by the Tennessee Oilers and finally the Chicago Bears. However, in 2004, Norris moved continent to coach in the NFL Europa league, defensive line coach and DC at the Amsterdam Admirals. 

MIKE DEAL

Deal has over 40 years of coaching experience and has coached at every level of football. He started his coaching career at Indiana University in 1970 after a short playing stint with the Washington Redskins. After Indiana he was a high school head coach for a few years. In 1978 he made his way back in to college coaching with Wabash College. In 1982 he started coaching at the Division 1 ranks. His first stop was at Davidson University, then he followed by coaching at Marshall, Kansas State, Illinois, Texas, Vanderbilt, and Arizona. Deal won multiple conference championships in the Big 10, Southwest and Big 12 conferences. In 2001 he took his first professional job with NFL Europa's Scottish Claymore's and also had a five years with the Denver Broncos. In 2013 Coach Deal was inducted in to the Indiana University Hall of Fame.


BILL BRADLEY 

Bradley joined Guy Morriss' program from the National Football League's New York Jets, where he had spent three years (2001-03) as the team's defensive backs coach. Bradley served in the same capacity with the Buffalo Bills from 1998 to 2000. served as defensive coordinator for the Canadian Football League's Toronto Argonauts in 1996 and 1997. CFL's San Antonio Texans (1995) and the Sacramento Gold Miners (1994), worked as the defensive backs coach of the World League's San Antonio Riders (1991-92) and spent three years with the CFL's Calgary Stampeders (1988-90). broke into the coaching ranks with the USFL's San Antonio Gunslingers in 1983. Selected in the third round of the 1969 NFL Draft by the Philadelphia Eagles, Bradley went on to earn three All-Pro awards (1971-73) at free safety. Bradley still holds Eagle records for career interception return yardage (536) and club single-season marks for interceptions and return yardage (11 for 249 in 1971), while sharing the team's all-time interception record with Eric Allen.

SHUAN FATAH

Fatah started his coaching career in the GFL with the Berlin Adler. He was the head coach of the Adler in 1996. That year he would also accept a job in the US with Nichols College in Massachusetts. He returned back to Europe in 1998 where he to a coaching and player development job with the NFL Europa. He worked with the Berlin Thunder and the Hamburg Sea Devils. Fatah won four World Bowl titles in NFL Europa (1x with the Hamburg Sea Devils, 3x with the Berlin Thunder) After NFL Europa he became the head coach of the Dresden Monarchs. Since then he was able to put 6 German Bowl Rings on his finger - he won them all with the Berlin Adler, whom he led to the 2009 German-Bowl Championship- and the 2010 Eurobowl Championship as a Head Coach. In fall of 2010 he took the head coaching job with the SWARCO Raiders Tirol in Innsbruck, Austria and immediately won the „Double“ — the Eurobowl (Champions League) and the Austrian Bowl in one Season.

PATRICK ESUME

Esume started his coaching career with NFL Europa Frankfurt Galaxy he spent three years as a running back coach and led the special teams. The following year Patrick esume moved to the Hamburg Sea Devils, where he successfully continued his work as a running back coach and special teams coordinator. In 2005 he was invited to coach with the Oakland Raiders during their training camp. He then followed that by doing training camps with the Cleveland Browns and Philladelphia Eagles. After the shut down of NFL Europa coach Esume would take the head job in paris where he won a french championship. In 2009 he accepted the head job for the Kiel Baltic Hurricanes. Since then he has led them to three division titles. The have also had three German Bowl apperences, in 2011 they won their first German Bowl against long time foe Berlin Adlers. Coach Esume is still currently the head coach of the Hurricanes and they are currently a top 5 team in Europe.

WANJA MUELLER

Coach Mueller started his coaching career in the GFL with the Berlin Adler in 2002. The next year he made a move up to coach in NFL Europa with the Cologne Centurions. He served as the Running Backs coach for the Centurions and later for the Berlin Thunder. In 2006 he was promoted to Special teams coordinator for the Thunder. Has has done internships with the NFL Kansas City Chiefs. After NFL Europa he was hired back to the Berlin Adlers as the offensive coordinator. Took over head coaching duties for the Adlers in 2012 and 2013 where they were ranked 5th in all Europe. Mueller is currently working for the Russian Federation as a player and game development director. 


TONY SIMMONS

Simmons was a two sport athlete at the University of Wisconsin. In 1998 He was drafted in the 2nd round by the New England Patroits. He played five years in the NFL with the Patriots, Browns, Colts, Texans and Giants. He had a one season stint in NFL Europa with the Barcelona Dragons. He would play three more years in the CFL with the Edmonton Eskimos and BC Lions. After his pro career, coach Simmons would make his way back to Europe to start his coaching career. He has coached in Denmark, Hungray, Austria, Italy and is currently the head coach of the Kouvola Indians in Finland. Simmons has also coached in India and Brazil.


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