New Era Starts With New Staff

The Seattle-Tacoma Cobras first order of business is to find players who are serous and ready to make a commitment to the program. The Cobras are doing a big change for this upcoming season  " Competition Breeds Greatness! and we want players to compete everyday not just on the football field but in life. We have a great program for players." ~T.Hall The change has already started by getting together a very talent coaching staff and a very strong front office to go along with it. Cobras hired Bruce Morris as it's new Sr. Vice President of Football Operations who have a lot of experience in running football programs. Then the Cobras went after a strong head coach in Kai Ellis who has played the game and was an assist coach last year for the Cobras. The Cobras then went after a new Offensive Coordinator Aaron Rambo who played at University of Idaho, who has all the skills of being a hiding gem and really knows how to run a offense. To strengthen up the defensive back field Sea-Tac Cobras bring in Eric Bellamy who played for the Co-National Champion Georgia Tech to fix the issues with that part of the defense. To improve the running attack the Cobras bring in Running Back Coach Marshal Jones who played at University of Washington. More coaches to be named soon but the new current staff are already working and scouting at the Huskies vs Aztecs football game.

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