Former Vikings and Cardinals Coach Dennis Green Doesn’t Plan on a Return to the NFL

There are still plenty of Vikings fans that would love to see Brad Childress replaced as the head coach of the Vikings.  There probably aren’t too many that long for the coaching decisions of Dennis Green, however, and those people mustn’t worry.

“At this age, I’m not willing to coach just anywhere, not willing to take a job just anywhere,” he said, adding that he has “no interest” in an NFL position.

Wearing a black polo shirt, matching sweat pants and a watch roughly the size of a pie tin, he looked unchanged from his Vikings days, save for sprinkles of gray in his hair. “But with the schedule we have, I don’t have to worry about working full time and moving away from San Diego, and in the same sense, I get to spend time in the game I love.”

The entire article can be viewed here, and I have to say that Green’s comments about the 1998 Championship loss, the role of the UFL, and a few other topics is quite the interesting read.


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One Response to “Former Vikings and Cardinals Coach Dennis Green Doesn’t Plan on a Return to the NFL”

  1. Dennis Green changed his mind and is now coach of the UFL Sacramento Mountain Lions. In 2009 he had a losing record of 2-4
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