Marty Schottenheimer

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Marty Schottenheimer (born September 23, 1943)is a former NFL head coach and current television broadcaster for ESPN. Since he first was named as a head coach of the Cleveland Browns in 1984, he has coached the Browns (1984-1988), Kansas City Chiefs (1989-1998), Washington Redskins (2001), and San Diego Chargers (2003-2006). Schottenheimer is one of the most winning coaches in NFL history. He has a regular season record of 200 wins, 126 loses and one tie. However, he is also the most winning coach to never win a Super Bowl.[1]