Former high school coach, Falcons chaplain killed

MARIETTA, Ga. (AP) -- A former high school football head coach and Atlanta Falcons chaplain was killed after he was struck by a pickup truck.

Cobb police spokesman Mike Bowman says the 66-year-old Charles H. Collins died after attempted to cross a road on Thursday in suburban Atlanta.

Police say the driver, 25-year-old Nicholas Bryant, is not expected to be charged.

Collins was the head football coach at McEachern in Powder Springs for seven years and a chaplain for the Falcons in the late 1990s.