Former NFL Player Becomes Coach

Former NFL player Tommy Reamon is the new head football coach at Landstown High School.

The 56-year-old Reamon coached at Gloucester this past season. Before that he was the head coach at Warwick, where he coached both Michael and Marcus Vick.

Reamon also coached Aaron Brooks at the old Ferguson High School in Newport News.

Reamon takes over at Landstown for Steve Canter, who resigned in March to become an assistant coach at Norfolk State.

Canter coached the Eagles for two seasons and compiled a 13-7 record, 5-5 this past season. Canter took over for Chris Beatty, who took the Eagles to 40-2 in 3 years.

Reamon was a running back at Missouri and was drafted in 1974 by the Pittsburgh Steelers. He later played for the Kansas City Chiefs.


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