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Oswego Resident and Former Chicago Bear Joins Kane County Indoor Football Team Staff

Macey Brooks played for the Dallas Cowboys, Oakland Raiders and Chicago Bears.

The Kane County Dawgs Professional Indoor Football team of the Continental Indoor Football League (CIFL) is pleased to announce that Macey Brooks a resident of Oswego and former Chicago Bear has join their staff.

Macey will not only have an ownership interest, but will coach the wide receivers and act as the team’s strength and conditioning coach.

His professional football career includes being drafted by Dallas Cowboys 97'- 4th round, Played for Chicago Bears 98'-00', and Signed w/ Oakland Raiders-02', He trained under the tutelage of NFL Hall of Famers, Michael Irvin, Jerry Rice, Deion Sanders, Jay Novecek, Emmit Smith, Troy Aikman, Tim Brown & Fred Biletnikoff.

Macey holds a B.S. degree in Health Services Administration from James Madison University, is currently an assistant football coach at Aurora University, and the Executive Director/Owner of Elite Sports Performance in Oswego. Macey is one of the founding members of ESP and focuses his time in the following areas: Football Position Training, Speed and Agility Training, Weight Training, and Youth Programming.

The Kane County Dawgs will play a 10-game schedule, with five home dates at Canlan Ice Sports Arena in Romeoville.

An open tryout for the team will be held on Saturday November 3rd 2012 at the teams official training center, ESP Sports Performance, 2050 Mitchell Drive Oswego, IL 60543, Registration begins 5:15 pm, Try out Begins 6:00 pm. View the teams website for additional information.

Special thanks to Elite Sports Performance for the news release and photo.

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