Ex-NFL, CFL coach Trestman will lead Tampa Bay XFL team

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — One-time NFL and Canadian Football League coach Marc Trestman could presumably be the coach and general manager of the XFL’s Tampa Bay franchise.

The league launched the switch Tuesday, with XFL Commissioner and CEO Oliver Honest true fortune calling Trestman “honest the roughly offensive-minded coach whose model will fit the up-tempo, hasty-paced recreation” the XFL plans to characteristic.

Trestman changed into as soon as coach of the Chicago Bears from 2013 to 2014 and gained three Grey Cup championships as coach of the CFL’s Montreal Alouettes (2009, 2010) and Toronto Argonauts (2017).

The XFL will open play in February 2020 with franchises in Tampa Bay, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, Sleek York, St. Louis, Seattle and Washington.

The league previously launched Bob Stoops (Dallas), Pep Hamilton (Washington) and Jim Zorn (Seattle) will lead XFL teams.


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