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Romeo Crennel

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Romeo Crennel  Early Life, Schooling, and parents

Romeo was born in Lynchburg, Virginia, in the United States of America, on June 18, 1947. As an older sibling, he was born to Joseph Crennel and Mary Crennel. The father of Romeo was a U.S. Army sergeant, and he grew up in the military atmosphere because every three years they had to move to a new venue.

William Shakespeare was very fond of Joshep Crennel, and this made him name his older son after Shakespeare’s famous character, I.e. ‘Romeo.’ Similarly, he calls Juliet his daughter, too. His home was, however, wholly military and disciplined. During high school in Fort Knox, Kentucky, Romeo played football and baseball and was outstanding in both. His family was very athletic; his brother Carl was a talented footballer who is now a professional soccer player.

Early College Life

It is undeniable, having come from a military background, that his interest was in entering the military. At Western Kentucky University, Romeo was enrolled in an Army ROTC program. But, sadly, medical problems ruined his dream of entering the army. Later, as a defensive lineman, he applied.

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He amazed everyone and trainers with his extraordinary success after entering Western Kentucky as a defensive lineman. Western Kentucky won six straight games after Romeo’s registration, promoting him to be a team captain and most valuable player.

Romeo graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Physical Education from Western Kentucky University in 1969. After graduating, he was hired in 1970 as a graduate assistant to become the defensive line coach of a team. This overall phase began with steps in his career as a coach. Romeo belongs to the horoscope of Gemini.

Romeo Crennel profession

Romeo got another chance to transfer to a larger school, such as Texas Tech, in a defensive assistant position in 1975, after working as a graduate assistant in Kentucky’s Appalachian mountains. He made a strong connection, and that was Bill Belichick, then Texas Tech’s defensive coordinator. Romeo was able to impress head coach Steve Sloan, and when he was hired at the University of Mississippi, Sloan took Crennel along with him. His path through the Mississippi, however, was not easy; he was subjected to intense racial abuse. In 1980, along with his family, Romeo flew to Georgia Tech. Romeo made his National Football League debut in 1981 as the New York Giants’ Special Teams/Defensive Coordinator. For almost eight years, he served as a coach for the New York Giants, and in 1986, they won the Super Bowl XXI’ in that course. He was promoted as the coach of the defensive line in 1990.

Romeo remembers the opening of the head coach position when he had a difficult work interview to fill it. He interviewed five clubs for the post of head coach from 2003 to 2004 but was left empty-handed.

While giving a New York Daily News interview, he said that there are many successful NFL coaches who have not earned an opportunity yet, so there is no need for him to worry a lot.

Browns of Cleveland
In 2000, for the defensive coordinator job, Romeo was named from “Cleveland Browns,” but he was not right there and had to quit within a year. Again, he was called to the same club as the head coach in 2005, but again he was unable to demonstrate his results and in the first season he had to bear a loss of 6-10 win-loss.

During the second season, though, it was even worse when Romeo had to bear the loss of 4-12 in the subsequent club leading to his termination.

Chiefs from Kansas City
He was named as the defensive coordinator for the Kansas City Chiefs ‘for a year after Romeo’s termination from Cleveland Browns and was ultimately elevated as the interim head coach.

In 2012, Romeo Crennel received a letter of appointment as the Kansas City Chiefs’ full-time head coach. He was fired after the colossal 2-14 win-loss loss record, however.

“It was a big push for Romeo to bear the terrible loss in Kansas City Chiefs, but from 2014 until 2016, he bounced back with the defensive coordinator position for “Houston Texans. He displayed his outstanding coaching abilities and proved himself by winning two state championships in 2015 and 2016.

Romeo was really popular with “Houston Texans,” which in January 2017 led him to become the assistant head coach. He has not had to look back on his career since then and has served as the defensive coordinator of the team. He led the team in 2018 to a “AFC South” crown during his coaching tenure.

On October 5, 2020, after six years in a different position, Romeo Crennel was named the Houston Texan interim head coach. In the 2020 season and his 49th overall coaching career, Crennel’s 38th year in the National Football League will be There is news of Romeo expecting to retire or continue in a senior assistant position in the organization.

Personal Life, Wife, and Children

Crennel has been married to Rosemary Crennel for almost 50 years now. Three daughters belong to these two couples: Tiffany Stokes, Lisa Tulley, and Kristin Cullinane. The Crennel family faced a horrific accident in the late 1970’s1970’s; their car collided with a semi-truck. For several weeks, Rosemary was hospitalized.

Romeo underwent hip replacement surgery in early 2009 and took a year off to recover. He also has a lifelong relationship with Parcells, whom he met during his career as a Texas Tech coach.

Romeo Crennel net worth

In each of the next two seasons, Ian Rapoport of the National Football League (NFL) Network announced that Crennel will be paid $3.5 million. However, as Saints showed an interest in Crennel, this news of the contract was flashed; it states that whatever amount Saints pay him decreases the payment of Kansas.


Several media have confirmed that Romeo Crennel has $5 million in Net Worth. Houston Texan pays him 1.8 million dollars a year as a salary, making him one of the highest-paid defense coaches in the league. A few amounts of cash from the bonus, roster bonus, and valuations are also bagged.

Quick facts

Full NameRomeo Crennel
Birth DateJune 18, 1947
Age73 years old
Birth PlaceLynchburg, Virginia, USA
ResidenceLos Angeles, California, United States of America
EducationWestern Kentucky University
FacultyBachelor in Arts, Physical Education
Father’s NameJoseph Crennel
Mother’s NameMary Crennel
SiblingsTwo ( brother and sister)
Siblings NameCarl, Juliet
Eye colorBlack
Hair ColorBlack
ProfessionAmerican Football coach
Active years50 years (Still running)
Current PositionInterim Head Coach
ClubHouston Texans
Previous AffiliationCleveland Browns & Kansas City Chefs
Sexual OrientationStraight
Relationship StatusDivorced
Ex-WifeRosemary Crennel
Children3 daughters (Kristin Cullinane, Lisa Tulley, Tiffany Stokes)
Net Worth$5 million
Salary$1.8 million per year
Social MediaNot Known

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