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The XFL is back! What I love coaching about here in Arlington is the passion for football. People in this area love their football, and I think they’re going to be excited to see an aggressive, fast-paced and fun style of football to watch. I know the kind of fans we have out here and I know they’re going to be the loudest and the proudest. I’m so excited to be back and I’m ready to see our loyal fans pack Choctaw. Head Coach Bio

Director Team Operations: Matt McMillen
Director Player Personnel: Rick Mueller
Co- Offensive Coordinator: Jon Hayes
Co-Offensive Coordinator: Chuck Long
Running Backs: Reggie Davis
Offensive Line/Special Teams: Jonathan Himebauch
Tight Ends/Special Teams: Scott Spurrier
Co-Defensive Coordinator: Jay Hayes
Co-Defensive Coordinator: Tim Lewis
Cornerbacks: Marvin Sanders
Linebackers: Bill Sheridan
Quality Control: Michael George
Equipment Manager: Blake Kuenzi
Video Manager: Chris Crooks

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Since its opening in 1994, Choctaw Stadium (formerly Globe Life Park in Arlington) has been the site of numerous major sports and entertainment events, including the 2010 and 2011 World Series, the 1995 MLB All-Star Game, and live concerts featuring Billy Joel and Paul McCartney. Home to the Texas Rangers for 26 seasons (1994-2019), Choctaw Stadium was reconfigured to a multi-purpose venue in the fall of 2019. Since that time, it has been the site of XFL pro football, USL League One pro soccer, Dallas Jackals Major League Rugby, more than 75 college and Texas UIL high school football games, and numerous other entertainment events. Choctaw Stadium includes nearly 200,000 square feet of commercial office and retail space and is the home of the corporate headquarters of the Six Flags Entertainment Corporation and the Arlington Convention & Visitors Bureau.

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