Previous NFL lead trainer Marty Schottenheimer was moved to a hospice office close to his home in Charlotte, North Carolina, on Saturday due to entanglements from Alzheimer’s infection, his family said Wednesday.
He is recorded in stable condition.
“As a family we are surrounding him with love,” his wife, Pat, said in a statement, also speaking on behalf of the couple’s children, Kristin and Brian, “and are soaking up the prayers and support from all those he impacted through his incredible life. In the way he taught us all, we are putting one foot in front of the other … one play at a time.”
Schottenheimer, 77, was determined to have Alzheimer’s in 2014.
Schottenheimer, who trained the Browns, Chiefs, Washington and Chargers, posted a 205-139-1 vocation record, including the end of the season games. He was named the NFL’s Coach of the Year in 2004 with the Chargers. His NFL vocation finished in 2006 after a 14-2 season with the Chargers and a divisional-round exit from the end of the season games.
Schottenheimer additionally played six seasons as a linebacker for the Bills (1965 to 1968) and Patriots (1969 to 1970).
His child, Brian, as of late agreed to turn into the Jaguars’ passing game organizer, a source disclosed.
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