With his son Brian Schottenheimer now out of the running for the Bills head coaching job, speculation has again shifted to Marty Schottenheimer. But the 66-year old winner of 200 NFL games as a head coach says his time in the league is over.
Schottenheimer spoke to the Newark Star-Ledger and said the following concerning his likelihood of ever coaching again, much less coaching for the Bills.
‘‘Marty is finished,’’ Schottenheimer told the Star-Ledger using himself in the third person. ‘‘I had 30 years of it. I enjoyed it thoroughly. … What I’m working very hard to do right now is enjoy the fruits of my labor.’’
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