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Larry Fedora stepping down as head coach of USFL's New Orleans Breakers


New Orleans breakers head coach is taking a step away from football, the United States Football League said Wednesday. Fedora, who recently celebrated his 60th birthday, is stepping back from football to spend more time with his family. Of the eight USFL head coaches, Fedora is the only one not returning for a second season with the league. (CBS 42)

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Larry Fedora stepping down as head coach of USFL's New Orleans Breakers


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