Monday, April 27, 2015

Owls hire former St. Louis Rams TE coach

Temple announced the hiring of Frank Leonard as its tight ends coach on Wednesday.

Owls hire former St. Louis Rams TE coach

Temple announced the hiring of Frank Leonard as its tight ends coach on Wednesday.

Leonard was a college assistant coach for 24 years and most recently spent the past three seasons as the NFL's St. Louis Rams tight ends coach. He also spent three seasons (2004-06) as a special assignment scout for the New England Patriots.

"We're very excited to have Frank and his family join the Temple football family," Addazio said in the statement  "Frank and I have known each other for 30 years.  We were college teammates [at Central Connecticut State] and started our coaching careers together at Western Connecticut under Paul Pasqualoni.

"Frank is a tremendous fundamental teacher and has great energy and passion for the game. His wealth of experience for the NFL and the collegiate level will be a valuable asset for our players, coaching staff and university."

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