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Houston Marshals

The Houston Marshals were a professional football team based in Houston, Texas that played in the Spring Football League in 2000. The Marshals would be coached by former Denver Broncos Ray Woodard. They would play their home games at Robertson Stadium on the University of Houston campus.

The Marshals were stocked heavily on former Texas A&M Aggies. Randy McCown, the oldest of three brothers who would also play professional football (younger brothers Josh and Luke would have significantly longer professional careers), was the team's quarterback.

The Marshals won both games on their schedule, defeating the Los Angeles Dragons and Miami Tropics, before the league abruptly ended its season and ceased operations. The Marshals and their would've-been-rivals, the San Antonio Matadors, were named league co-champions.



A fantasy version of this team was featured on Madden NFL.


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