Clarence Vaughn, a former defensive back for the Washington Redskins, has signed to become the general manager and the head coach for the Washington Chiefs franchise, a part of the Minor Football League (MFL).This will be Vaughn’s first season with the MFL.
Vaughn played his college ball at Northern Illinois University where he was a member of the 1983 California Bowl championship team. Vaughn was recently named one of the 50 Greatest players in Northern Illinois history.
Vaughn played five seasons for the Redskins as a safety. He was an eighth-round draft choice of the Redskins in 1987 and was a member of two Super Bowl championship teams, capturing the titles in his rookie year and in 1991. In 2010, Vaughn coached with the Redskins under the team’s internship program, studying the defensive plays, helping to manage the sideline reps and assisting to manage game day performance of the defensive players.