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Chiefs hire new strength coach and director of football administration

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By PFW staff

The Chiefs announced Thursday that they have hired Mike Clark as their strength and conditioning coach and Trip MacCracken as the team's director of football administration.

Clark comes to Kansas City after spending the past six seasons in the same role with the Seahawks. Prior to that, he was the head of strength and conditioning for 14 years at Texas A&M. He was inducted into the USA Strength and Conditioning Coaches Hall of Fame in 2003.

MacCracken joins the team after working for 11 seasons with the Browns, where he negotiated contracts and performed other duties in football operations, including serving as legal counsel, director of football administration and salary cap coordinator.


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