In the National Football League which is also termed as NFL, American coach Ken Flajole plies his trade with the Kansas City Chiefs as an outside linebackers coach.

Prior to entering the NFL as a defensive quality control assistant with Green Bay in 1998, Flajole endured 21 years of coaching in the school positions.

He filled in as Nevada’s co-defensive coordinator/secondary coach for two seasons from 1996-to 1997. His 1996 guard completed first in the meeting in absolute protection, scoring safeguard, and passing protection.

Ken Flajole won Super Bowl LII as the linebackers coach of the Philadelphia Eagles in 2017. Super Bowl LII was an American football game played to determine the champion of the National Football League (NFL) for the 2017 season.

The National Football Conference (NFC) champion Philadelphia Eagles defeated the American Football Conference (AFC) and the defending Super Bowl LI champion New England Patriots, 41–33, to win their first Super Bowl.

Which College And High School Did Ken Flajole Attend?

Ken Flajole attended Seattle Preparatory High School and later enrolled at Wenatchee Valley Community College and Pacific Lutheran University. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in education from Pacific Lutheran in 1977.

Has Ken Flajole Ever Been An Head Coach?

No, Ken Flajoe has never been a Head Coach for any team in the National Football League (NFL). His coaching position varies from defensive backs, linebackers, Inside linebackers, and others.


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