New documentary pays tribute to former Chiefs coach Marty Schottenheimer

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Two local filmmakers have paid tribute to former Chiefs head coach Marty Schottenheimer with “One Play at a Time: A Film for Marty,” a documentary that features input from 17 of his former players including Tim Grunhard, Bob Golic, Ron Jaworski, Bernie Kosar and Earnest Byner.

We really just wanted to pay tribute to this legendary coach,” filmmaker Noah Gronniger said. “I know how important Marty is to so many people, and he certainly helped change the football landscape here in Kansas City. It was heartwarming getting such positive feedback from so many of his former players, many of which jumped at the chance to be a part of the film.”

(Marty) motivated and inspired us to dig a little deeper, to do more give more and be more,” former Chiefs wide receiver J.J. Birden stated.

Marty did such a great job rebuilding each franchise he coached for,” added co-producer Clint Switzer. “He left each team better off than they were before he got there and we wanted to take on this project to show him the impact he’s had on so many.”

“One Play at a Time” is both an homage to Schottenheimer as well as a trip back to the glory years for fans of the Kansas City Chiefs, a team that went to the playoffs seven times during his 10 years there, igniting a fan base that continues to be among the best in the NFL.

“(Marty) motivated and inspired us to dig a little deeper, to do more give more and be more,” former Chiefs wide receiver J.J. Birden stated.

The film is available now via DVD and digital with a portion of all proceeds going to Alzheimer’s research.  You can visit http://www.martyfilmkc.com/ways-to-watch.html for ways to view the film. Contact martyfilmkc@gmail.com if your publication or show would like to do a feature on the film or to interview filmmakers Noah Gronniger & Clint Switzer.

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