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XFL announces former NFL player as Head Coach for Los Angeles team

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The XFL team based in Los Angeles has found its Head Coach.

It was recently announced that former NFL player Winston Moss will serve in this role as well be the General Manager of the team in the city. Moss was the Packers’ linebackers coach for the last 13 seasons that started in 2006 until 2018. He played linebacker for the Los Angeles Raiders in the 1990s.

The eight teams will be held in the following cities: New York, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, St. Louis, Seattle, Tampa Bay, and Washington D.C. You can watch the presser here:

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He joins Jon Hayes (St. Louis), Bob Stoops (Dallas), Kevin Gilbride (New York), Jim Zorn (Seattle), Marc Trestman (Tampa Bay), and Pep Hamilton (Washington D.C.) as head coaches for XFL teams.