The Munich Ravens have achieved their first coup of the upcoming season of the European Football League (ELF)! And what a!
The young Munich team (which has only been around for one year) introduced NFL legend Joe Thomas (39) as its new offensive line coach on Tuesday.
Thomas played for the Cleveland Browns from 2007 to 2017 and was inducted into the National Football League (NFL) Hall of Fame in 2023. Thomas was on the field for 10,363 consecutive games, which holds the NFL record.
Now he must bring his experience and expertise to the Ravens.
Sporting director Sean Shilton (32): “I am convinced that we will have one of the best attacking lines in the European Football League.”
To do this, Thomas moved to Germany with his wife and four children. The family, including the nanny, arrived in Munich at the beginning of the year with a total of 21 suitcases (!). After all, the football star has already found a place to stay.
Thomas: “For several weeks I woke up at 2:30 a.m. US time and searched the Internet. That was exhausting. When I signed the contract, there were tears in my eyes.”
Following his 7-year-old son's team, the Ravens' team is the first coaching position for Thomas, who ended his career due to injury in 2018.
In their debut season, the Munich team narrowly failed to reach the playoffs.
Thomas has never reached the NFL playoffs in his career. But now he has a new big goal: “My dream of winning the championship has become real.”
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