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Brock Coyle, star-studded coaching group to host football camp in Bozeman

Posted at 2:12 PM, Jun 15, 2018

BOZEMAN — Brock Coyle is bringing a star-studded group of coaches to Bozeman for the Brock Coyle Football Camp on July 14.

The camp, which will be held at Bozeman High School’s Van Winkle Stadium, is open to kids ages 7-18. There will be two sessions: The first will run from 8:30 a.m. to noon and is open to kids ages 7-13, while kids age 14-18 will participate in the second session from 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

There’s a $35 entry fee for each camper, and the first 100 campers will receive Nike T-shirts. All campers will get a backpack, water bottle and goal-setting journal. All proceeds benefit the Brock Coyle Foundation, which “provides financial assistance toward medical and travel costs for families with children suffering from serious medical conditions,” according to www.brockcoyle50.com.

Athletes can register for the camp at www.brockcoyle50.com/football-camp.

Coyle is Bozeman native who currently plays for the NFL’s San Francisco 49ers. After a standout career with the Montana Grizzlies, Coyle signed with the Seattle Seahawks in 2014. He joined the 49ers in 2017 and recently signed a three-year extension to stay with San Francisco.

Coyle will be joined by fellow Montana natives Dane Fletcher and Colt Anderson, as well as past and current NFL players Lofa Tatupu, KJ Wright, Malcolm Smith, Kyle Juszczyk and JP Flynn. Fletcher is also a Bozeman High product and played at Montana State before enjoying a six-year NFL career. Anderson is from Butte, played collegiately at Montana and then spent nine years in the NFL.

Smith, Juszczyk and Flynn, a former Montana State Bobcat, are currently Coyle’s teammates with the 49ers. Wright plays for the Seahawks, and Tatupu was a three-time Pro Bowler for the Seahawks from 2005-07.