Report: Chuck Pagano will serve as NFL consultant
1 month ago - By NBC Sports
Chuck Pagano will return to the NFL this season, but he won't be on the sideline. Pagano will take the fall off from coaching, instead working for the league as a consultant during the 2018 season, Troy Renck of Denver7 reports. Pagano's father, Sam, was inducted into the Colorado Sports Hall of Fame earlier this
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