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  1. Romeo Crennel (born June 18, 1947) is an American football coach who is the senior advisor for football performance for the Houston Texans of the National Football League (NFL). A former long-time coaching assistant to Bill Parcells, Crennel served as the head coach of the Cleveland Browns from 2005-2008 and the Kansas City Chiefs in 2012, as well an assistant coach for six NFL teams and four college teams. He also has over 50 years of coaching experience, which has included consistently being... Read More

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  3. Romeo Crennel - Wikipedia

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    Romeo Crennel (born June 18, 1947) is a former American football coach who was the senior advisor for football performance for the Houston Texans of the National Football League (NFL). A former long-time coaching assistant to Bill Parcells, Crennel served as the head coach of the Cleveland Browns from 2005 to 2008 and the Kansas City Chiefs in ...

  4. Texans' Romeo Crennel retires after almost 40 years as NFL ...

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    Crennel spent the past eight seasons with the Houston Texans. He was the team's defensive coordinator from 2014-16 and assistant head coach from 2017-19. ... — Romeo Crennel announced his ...

  5. Romeo Crennel is a famous football coach from the United States of America. Romeo Crennel has worked in different positions in different teams. Some of them are; Western Kentucky Hilltoppers, Texas Tech University, Houston Texas, etc.

  6. Photos: Romeo Crennel's distinguished career - giants.com

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    Defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel of the New England Patriots works the sidelines against the Pittsburgh Steelers during the AFC Championship game at Heinz Field on January 23, 2005 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The Pats defeated the Steelers 41-27. (AP Photo/Paul Spinelli) Paul Spinelli/2005 Paul Spinelli. 15 / 101.

  7. Giants Now: Romeo Crennel retires after 50 years in coaching

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    Romeo Crennel began coaching as the defensive line coach at Western Kentucky back in 1970. More than 50 years later, Crennel is calling it quits as he announced his retirement on Monday. "Football has been my entire life and it's been a dream come true to coach for 50 years," Crennel said in a statement.

  8. Romeo Crennel retires after 39 NFL coaching seasons

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    By CBSBoston.com Staff. June 6, 2022 / 12:04 PM / CBS Boston. BOSTON -- Romeo Crennel, who won three Super Bowls as a defensive coordinator with the Patriots under Bill Belichick, is retiring from ...

  9. Romeo Crennel retires after almost 40 years as NFL coach

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    By KRISTIE RIEKEN June 7, 2022. HOUSTON (AP) — Romeo Crennel announced his retirement Monday, ending a 39-year NFL coaching career highlighted by five Super Bowl titles. Crennel spent the past eight seasons with the Houston Texans. He was the team’s defensive coordinator from 2014-16 and assistant head coach from 2017-19.

  10. Romeo Crennel - IMDb

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    Romeo Crennel, Self: The NFL on CBS. Romeo Crennel was born on June 18, 1947 in Lynchburg, Virginia, USA. He is known for The NFL on CBS (1956), NFL Monday Night Football (1970) and The NFL on NBC (1965).

  11. Romeo Crennel announces his retirement - Footballscoop

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    Romeo Crennel is a rare breed of among NFL coaches. After four stops at the college level to kick off his coaching career at Western Kentucky, Texas Tech, Ole Miss and Georgia Tech, Crennel entered the NFL ranks in 1981 and has been a mainstay in the league ever since.

  12. Romeo Crennel: Breaking News, Rumors & Highlights | Yardbarker

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    Romeo Crennel has been in coaching since 1970 and has been an NFL staffer since 1981. The former Browns and Chiefs head coach announced his retirement from coaching Monday.