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NFL coaching legend Marty Schottenheimer through the years

Marty Schottenheimer, the legendary coach of four NFL teams and winner of 200 games, died due to complications of Alzheimer’s at 77. Schottenheimer, a Washington County native, was a linebacker and center at Pitt from 1961-64. His talent took him around the country with the game he loved. Take a look at some of his career in photos here.

Virginia Destroyers head coach Marty Schottenheimer speaks after defeating the Las Vegas Locomotives to win the United Football League Championship in Virginia Beach, Va., in this Oct. 21, 2011, file photo. Schottenheimer died Monday night, Feb. 8, 2021, at a hospice in Charlotte, North Carolina, his family said through Bob Moore, former Kansas City Chiefs publicist. (L. Todd Spencer/The Virginian-Pilot via AP)
Bill Cowher, head coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers, right, draws smiles from Marty Schottenheimer, bottom left, former coach of the Kansas City Chiefs, and Carl Peterson, bottom center, President and General Manager of the Kansas City Chiefs, as he recounts a story at the funeral service for Derrick Thomas, Saturday, Feb. 18, 2000, at the United House of Prayer for all People church in Miami. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)
A photo of Martin Schottenheimer (Marty Schottenheimer) as a college sophomore at University of Pittsburgh. The center, originally of Washington County, weighed in at 210 pounds and measured 6 feet 3 inches. (Courtesy University of Pittsburgh Football)
Kansas City Chiefs owner Lamar Hunt, right, introduces new head coach Marty Schottenheimer at a press conference in Kansas City, Mo., in this Jan. 24, 1989, file photo. (AP Photo/Cliff Schiappa)
Head coach Marty Schottenheimer of the Washington Redskins helps his players during warm-ups prior to the game against the Dallas Cowboys, Dec. 2, 2001, at Fed-Ex Field in Landover, Maryland. (Jamie Squire/Allsport)
San Diego Chargers coach Marty Schottenheimer gets his message across to his team during the first quarter of a preseason game against the Seattle Seahawks in San Diego, in this Friday, Aug. 27, 2004, file photo. Marty Schottenheimer, who won 200 regular-season games with four NFL teams thanks to his “Martyball” brand of smash-mouth football, has died. (AP Photo/Denis Poroy, File)
Kansas City Chiefs head coach Marty Schottenheimer looks at the replay screen and scoreboard as his team returns to the bench after giving up a touchdown to the Pittsburgh Steelers on a blocked punt in the end zone during the first quarter Monday, Oct. 26, 1998, in Kansas City, Mo. (AP Photo/Mike King)
Head coach Marty Schottenheimer of the Kansas City Chiefs yells at player Mark McMillian during the Chiefs 17-14 loss to the Miami Dolphins at Pro Player Stadium, Oct, 22, 1995, in Miami, Florida. (Andy Lyons/Allsport)
Head Coach Marty Schottenheimer of the Kansas City Chiefs after the Chiefs 21-7 win over the Denver Broncos at Mile High Stadium, Oct. 22, 1995, in Denver, Colo. (Jay Koelzer/Allsport)
Head coach Marty Schottenheimer, center, of the San Diego Chargers watches from the sidelines as Chargers players celebrate a score against the Cleveland Browns during the first quarter on Oct. 19, 2003, at Cleveland Browns Stadium in Cleveland, Ohio. The Chargers defeated the Browns 26-20 for their first win of the season. (David Maxwell/Getty Images)
Owner LaMar Hunt of the Kansas City Chiefs, right, shares a laugh with head coach Marty Schottenheimer of the San Diego Chargers before a game at Arrowhead Stadium on Nov. 28, 2004, in Kansas City, Mo. The Chargers defeated the Chiefs 34-31. (Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
Head coach Marty Schottenheimer, left, of the San Diego Chargers goes to shake the hand of head coach Mike Shanahan of the Denver Broncos during the Charger’s 20-17 win over the Denver Broncos during their NFL Game at Qualcomm Stadium on Dec. 5, 2004 in San Diego, Calif. (Donald Miralle/Getty Images)
San Diego Chargers head coach Marty Schottenheimer talks to the referee after a play in the fourth quarter against the Kansas City Chiefs, Dec. 24, 2005, at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri. (Larry W. Smith/Getty Images)
In this Sept. 15, 1996, file photo, Kansas City Chiefs coach Marty Schottenheimer yells instructions to his team as they play against the Seattle Seahawks in Seattle. Marty Schottenheimer, who won 200 regular-season games with four NFL teams thanks to his √íMartyball√ď brand of smash-mouth football, has died at 77. (AP Photo/Barry Sweet, File)
Kansas City Chiefs head football coach Marty Schottenheimer, left, laughs as Chiefs owner Lamar Hunt pays him an honor during a press conference at Arrowhead Stadium, Jan. 11, 1999. Schottenheimer announced his resignation at the event. Schottenheimer coached the Chiefs for ten years and recently experienced his first losing NFL season as a head coach after the Chiefs went 7-9 in the 1998 regular season. (Dave Kaup/AFP via Getty Images)