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      NFL Pro Bowl MVP Becomes NorCalís Newest Addition
Former Cal Bear All American and All Pro NFL Running Back Chuck Muncie has accepted a role with the NorCal Lawmen as the new running backs coach for the 2004 season.

Chuck Muncie, the 1975 Heisman Trophy runner up and 4-time NFL All Pro, will be coaching along side a newly developed coaching staff lead by head coach Louie Rocha. Pro Bowl MVP Muncie recently met the Lawmen Head Coach during an appearance with Antioch High Schools football players. After speaking with Coach Rocha, Muncie who was impressed by the Lawmen program, has decided to join the coaching staff and become part of Lawmen team.

After retiring from the San Diego Charges following the 1987 season, Muncie like many former NFL players decided to re-evaluate his life. He remembered how it felt to do volunteer work as an NFL player and help kids stay on the right track. He then decided to devote his life to helping others.

After 6 years of dedicating himself to helping youth, Muncie decided to establish the Chuck Muncie Youth Foundation, a non-profit corporation dedicated to helping youth. Before starting his own organization, Muncie's work as director of Port Hueneme and Colorado River Boys and Girls Clubs would earn four national awards in five years for excellence in working with delinquency programs. After, Muncie decided that he wanted to do more, so he started his own organization which is dedicated to helping youth in the local communities change their lives in a positive way. The Chuck Muncie Youth Foundation provides thousands of kids with free medical services, and it provides activity camps, exercise programs and outdoor activities to help chronically ill children.

Bio: Muncie was born and raised in rural Pennsylvania along with five other siblings. His three older brothers all played professional football. During his sophomore year in high school, Muncie suffered a sever concussion and amnesia. As a result of this injury, Chuck Muncieís mother would not allow him to participate in high school football any longer.
As an alternative, Muncie played basketball and won a scholarship to Arizona West Junior College. They were so impressed by his size and athletic ability that they convinced him to play football as well as basketball. His was so successful on the football field as a freshman that he never played basketball for Arizona West College and was recruited by the University of California at Berkeley after only one season.

For more information regarding Chuck Muncie Youth Foundation: https://www.chuckmuncie.org

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