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Humphrey Metrodome. San Diego Chargers. They discovered that when coach Chuck Noll referred to "Franco who? Noll had used similar lines in the past to describe other absent players, but many fans felt the comment was unacceptably harsh, and Noll was long criticized for it. Harris, 34 at the time, knew his career was about over -- but didn't think he was finished. He had rushed for 1, yards in , and the Steelers were preparing a major celebration in honor of him breaking Brown's record.
The money that separated the two sides would constitute a bonus clause in one of today's NFL player contracts. Yet it drove a wedge between one of the most popular teams in NFL history and one of its signature players. Even today, Franco Harris is one of a relative few star athletes easily identifiable by only his first name. He probably isn't recalled as fondly in Seattle, which has had only one other Hall of Fame player -- receiver Steve Largent. Harris signed with the Seahawks in early September to replace star running back Curt Warner, who was lost to a season-ending knee injury in the season opener.
Harris, admittedly drained by the long Steelers impasse and with his enthusiasm flagging, was limited to yards on 68 carries, a 2. He never played in another NFL game. Defensive Assistant Kansas City Chiefs QC ' Asst. LBs ' Inside Linebackers ' Mark DeLeone enters his sixth campaign with the Kansas City Chiefs, and first as inside linebackers coach in after serving three seasons as the club's assistant linebackers coach DeLeone spent his first two seasons with the Chiefs as a defensive quality control coach DeLeone's time in Kansas City is highlighted by tutoring linebackers to a Pro Bowl berth in his first four seasons with the Chiefs.
Since , DeLeone tutored veteran LB Derrick Johnson as he became the franchise tackles leader, compiling 1, tackles solo. He also worked with second-year LB Reggie Ragland as he continued to see more action. LB Josh Mauga also led the defensive with tackles 82 solo in He worked with the wide receivers in the spring, and then moved on and worked with the offensive line and tight ends in the fall.
In , he held the titles of director of football operations and assistant offensive line coach at the University of New Hampshire. In that season, the Wildcats went en route to the Colonial Athletic Association North Championship and a quarterfinal showing in the Football Championship Subdivision playoffs. He began his collegiate coaching career at the University of Iowa, where he was a defensive student assistant for Head Coach Kirk Ferentz and the Hawkeyes staff In , he worked with the linebackers and switched to the defensive line in Education: University of Iowa B.
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Senior Asst. His responsibilities include overseeing player and staff communications with the head coach and managing the football calendar, which includes the offseason program, mini-camp and in-season schedules. While pursuing his undergraduate degree at Brigham Young University, he served as an equipment room attendant for the football team.
Outside of athletics, Ellett has a long history of service work under his belt. Since , he has partnered with Coolspeak as a motivational speaker and facilitator, delivering over 1, keynotes across the country. Additionally, Ellett owns Camp Overcome, a youth development program that implements positive attitudes through sports. Education: Brigham Young University B.
Sports Management. Analysis Coord. Statistical Analysis Coord. He arrived in Kansas City in after spending 10 seasons in the same role with the Philadelphia Eagles In his current position, he assists Head Coach Andy Reid and the Chiefs coaching staff with player statistics and situational analysis, as well as team and league-wide trends. He also interned with the Philadelphia Eagles in where he worked with Reid and a number of current Chiefs assistant coaches who served on the Eagles coaching staff.
Education: The College of Wooster B. Born: Evanston, Ill. Quarterback Seton Hill University Quarterbacks Northwestern Quarterbacks Kansas City Chiefs Offensive Quality Control. Prior to coming to Kansas City, Girardi spent the season as the quarterbacks coach at Lafayette College, coaching a true freshman that started 11 games and broke the school record for completions. Prior to Lafayette, he was a defensive graduate assistant at Northwestern Univeristy during the seasons, where he helped coach the secondary and ran the offensive scout team.
He served as an offensive quality control coach during his initial season at Northwestern in , assisting the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. During the season, Girardi served as an assistant football coach at Geneva College where he coached the quarterbacks. The Golden Tornadoes broke numerous single-game and single-season school passing records during his time in charge of the passing game. Before Geneva College, he spent two seasons at Seton Hill University as a graduate assistant, focusing on the defensive secondary. He led his team to a Victory Bowl win in and was named captian twice , Education: Geneva College B.
Born: New Kensington, Pa. Cornerback Tampa Bay Buccaneers Cornerback Philadelphia Eagles Cornerback Green Bay Packers Cornerback Miami Dolphins Cornerback St. Louis Rams Coaching Intern Kansas City Chiefs After only starting in one game from , Sorensen stepped into the starting safety position after S Eric Berry suffered a season-ending Achilles injury in the season opener.
Sorensen would go on to start the remaining 14 games he played in and tallied career-highs in tackles, sacks 1. Peters led the team and ranked tied-second in the league in interceptions six while Berry finished second on the roster in tackles 77 and added four interceptions with two touchdowns. The club forced 29 opponent turnovers on defense and special teams.
The Chiefs defense ranked second in the league. Additionally, Peters set the franchise record for passes defensed in a single season with 26, en route to being named the NFL's Defensive Rookie of the Year, as well as the club's Mack Lee Hill Award Winner, an award voted on by teamates for the top rookie or first year player. He recorded tackles solo , 4. He appeared in 12 postseason games with four playoff starts, recording 31 tackles 29 solo , one interception returned for a yard touchdown, 11 passes defensed and one forced fumble. He spent seven seasons with the Packers where he started all regular season games in seven seasons with the team, including playing in five postseason games four starts.
He earned trips to the Pro Bowl following the seasons. He finished his career playing three games with the Miami Dolphins in and appearing in nine games five starts with the St. Louis Rams in Harris spent two seasons at Trinity Valley Community College in Athens, Texas, where he was a member of the national championship team. Born: Pompano Beach, Fla. Tackle Chicago Bears Tackle Washington Redskins Tackle University of Virginia Offensive Line. Andy Heck enters his 27th year in the NFL in He begins his 15th season as an NFL coach, including his sixth as the Chiefs offensive line coach.
His time in the NFL includes a year career as an offensive lineman. During the season, Heck coached seven different starting offensive lineman with six different combinations, paving the way for rookie RB Kareem Hunt and his leagueleading 1, yards. T Mitchell Schwartz started every game at RT in , extending his current streak with the most straight starts for an offensive tackle to In , the offensive line proved its versatility once again as eight different linemen filled a starting role throughtout the season.
Behind a Heck-coached offensive line, RB Spencer Ware had rushing yards and three rushing touchdowns while RB Charcandrick West rushed for yards and one touchdown. In , nine different offensive line combinations including eight different offensive linemen made up the starting lineup. Rookie Mitch Morse started all but one game at center, and T Eric Fisher solidified the left tackle spot during the club's game winning streak. The two scored 22 of the Chiefs 40 total.
Additionally, Charles surpassed Priest Holmes as the Chiefs all-time leading rusher with 6, rushing yards.
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In , the Jaguars boasted the thirdranked rushing offense in the NFL, averaging The team racked up 2, rushing yards to rank as the second-most in team history at that point. In and , the offensive line led the offense to the two highest single-season rushing totals in franchise history to date and two of the three lowest sack totals. The Jaguars set the single-season franchise record for rushing yards 2, in and allowed only Prior to Jacksonville, Heck served three seasons on the University of Virginia coaching staff, the first two seasons as a graduate assistant and the final year as tight ends coach.
Miller was a first-round pick of the Pittsburgh Steelers in Heck played in the NFL for 12 seasons as an offensive lineman. He finished his playing career with the Washington Redskins, where he played for two seasons. As the starting left tackle in , he blocked for an offense that ranked second in the NFL. From to , Heck was a five-year starter for the Chicago Bears.
In , he gave up no sacks as part of an offensive line that yielded the fewest sacks in the NFL. Heck was drafted in the first round 15th overall by the Seattle Seahawks, where he was a unanimous All-Rookie selection in A starter for all five years with the Seahawks, he played three seasons without missing a snap. A graduate of Notre Dame, Heck was a first-team All-America selection and he co-captained the national championship team that finished He was a tight end for his first three seasons at Notre Dame before moving to tackle in spring drills in his senior season.
Education: Notre Dame B. Born: Fargo, N. Quarterback Philadelphia Eagles Quarterback New England Patriots Quarterback Tampa Bay Buccaneers Quarterback Minnesota Vikings Quarterback Northwestern Graduate Assistant Off. Offensive QC '17 Quarterbacks ' Mike Kafka enters his second season with the Kansas City Chiefs in and first as the quarterbacks coach.
Kafka served as an offensive quality control coach in , helping mentor rookie QB Patrick Mahomes and assisting an offense that featured a 4,yard passer Alex Smith, 4, , 1, yard rusher Kareem Hunt, 1, , receiver Tyreek Hill, 1, and tight end Travis Kelce, 1, Prior to joining the Chiefs, Kafka returned to his alma mater, serving as graduate assistant offense at. Northwestern University. He was also a finalist for the Biletnikoff Award. Prior to joining the coaching ranks, Kafka enjoyed a sixyear playing career in the National Football League where he primarily saw action as a backup quarterback and practice squad member with several teams.
He appeared in four games throughout his career, all with the Eagles in the season. A collegiate standout at Northwestern University, Kafka appeared in 30 games as a Wildcat, completing of passes He set single-game records in both passing yards vs. Auburn, and rushing yards by a quarterback vs.
Minnesota, Additionally, his 3, yards of total offense as a senior in still stands as the No. A product of Chicago's St. Rita High School, Kafka earned a degree in communication studies from Northwestern. Education: Northwestern B.
Born: Chicago. Family: Wife - Alli; Daughter - Ashton. Wide Receiver Philadelphia Eagles Wide Receiver Minnesota Vikings Wide Receiver San Diego State Wide Receivers San Jose State Wide Receivers Pittsburgh Wide Receivers New Orleans Saints Offensive Assistant Philadelphia Eagles Wide Receivers Kansas City Chiefs Wide Receivers.
Greg Lewis enters his second season as a wide receivers coach with the Kansas City Chiefs in This season marks his 12th year in the NFL, with prior stops as a wide receivers coach in Philadelphia and as an offensive assistant in New Orleans , preceded by an eight-year career as a wide receiver. In , Lewis coached wide receiver Tyreek Hil, who had career highs in yards 1, and receiving touchdowns 8.
Hill had five receptions of 55 yards or more, and 16 receptions of 25 yards or more. Overall, the receivers combined for 2, yards and 12 touchdowns under Lewis' tutelage. Lewis spent the season in Philadelphia guiding a young receiving core. The Lewis-led group of Eagles wideouts produced 1, receiving yards on receptions Prior to joining the Eagles, Lewis served as an offensive assistant in New Orleans, which was his first full-time coaching role in the National Football League. The Saints, led by quarterback Drew Brees, put together a league-leading completions for 5, passing yards.
Prior to coaching stints in the National Football League, Lewis spent three seasons coaching in the collegiate ranks, spending time with the University of Pittsburgh , San Jose State and the University of San Diego Boyd ranked second in the ACC with 1, yards in , and left the Panthers as the school's all-time leading receiver in receptions , receiving yards 3, and finished second in all-purpose yards 5, , earning a first-team AII-ACC nod as a wide receiver.
Jones was a first-team selection with 79 receptions for 1, yards and a singleseason school-record 15 touchdown catches. Jones also established a new University record for career TD receptions with He finished with 58 receptions for yards and five touchdowns. Under Lewis' direction, four Spartans wide receivers finished the season with at least career receptions. Jones and team captain Noel Grigsby completed their college careers with and receptions, respectively.
Lewis began his coaching career in as a wide receivers coach at the University of San Diego. The Lewisled group of wideouts totaled 2, yards on receptions Prior to coaching, Lewis enjoyed an eight-year playing career in the National Football League. Undrafted out of the University of Illinois, then-head coach Andy Reid first signed Lewis in Philadelphia where he appeared in 90 games 23 starts , logging catches for 1, yards The Chicago, Illinois, native finished his pro career in Minnesota, where he spent two seasons and appeared in 26 games six starts , tallying yards on 25 catches His most notable achievement in Minnesota came on one of the most dramatic finishes in Vikings history, when he made a tightrope catch in the back of the end zone with two seconds left to lift Minnesota past the San Francisco 49ers, A standout at the University of Illinois, Lewis appeared in 44 games, logging reception for 1, yards Education: University of Illinois B.
Family: Married with four children. Offensive Lineman Willamette University Coaching Asst. Offensive QC ' Asst. Quarterbacks ' Asst. Offensive Line ' Corey Matthaei enters his sixth season with the Chiefs and first as the team's assistant offensive line coach in In addition to tutoring the quarterbacks, Matthaei assisted. Before being promoted in , Matthaei was an offensive quality control coach for two seasons with the team and spent five seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles as a coaching assistant Under Matthaei's guidance, Smith recorded five consecutive seasons passing for 3, yards since joining the franchise in In , Matthaei assisted an offensive staff that propelled the Chiefs to the single best season turnaround in franchise history, winning 11 games after a season.
Prior to his move to Kansas City, Matthaei served three seasons under Chiefs Head Coach Andy Reid with the Philadelphia Eagles as the assistant to the head coach from after completing two seasons with the Eagles as a coaching assistant Upon graduating, he spent one season as the offensive assistant at his alma mater. Education: Willamette University B. Born: Fircrest, Wash. Running Back Winnipeg Blue Bombers Running Back Harmony Comm.
Quality Control Indiana Running Backs USC Running Backs Kansas City Chiefs Running Backs. Deland McCullough enters his first year with the Chiefs as the running backs coach in During his seven years in college football, McCullough coached five consecutive 1,yard rushers. His running backs were recognized as AllConference nine times and two were All-American. Education: Miami Ohio B. Born: Youngstown, Ohio. Offensive Lineman San Francisco State Graduate Assistant Northern Arizona Tight Ends.
Under Melvin's leadership, TE Travis Kelce had another Pro Bowl year in , recording 83 receptions, 1, yards and a career-high eight touchdowns. After two straight 1,yard and catch seasons, he continues to solidify himself as one of the elite tight ends in the National Football League. Melvin has mentored well-rounded tight ends including the development of TE Demetrius Harris. Harris entered the league in as an undrafted free agent, spending the season on the club's practice squad after playing college basketball at UW-Milwaukee.
In , he recorded 18 catches for yards and one touchdown. Prior to joining the Chiefs in , Melvin spent 14 seasons on the offensive coaching staff in Philadelphia, including the last 11 years of his tenure as the Eagles tight ends coach. In his time overseeing the tight ends in Philadelphia, Melvin played a key role in the development of Brent Celek, who caught passes for 3, yards and 20 touchdowns in his six-year career playing for Melvin and the Eagles.
Celek ranked second on the Eagles squad for the second straight season with 57 receptions after hauling in 62 in He had receving yards in after registering yards in with six touchdowns in the past two seasons. In , Celek topped all NFL tight ends with an average of 8. Celek turned in one of the finest seasons ever by an Eagles tight end in with 76 receptions for yards and eight touchdowns. In , he led the Tigers to a then-school record points and 2, rushing yards on the way to an record.
Following his playing career at San Francisco State, Melvin began his coaching career as a graduate assistant at his alma mater, serving on the same staff with Reid. Born: Redwood City, Calif. Joseph's Prep Offensive Line Temple University Student Asst. Quality Control ' Asst. Defensive Line '15 Defensive Line ' Britt Reid enters his sixth season with the Kansas City Chiefs and his third as defensive line coach in after spending the previous three years as assistant defensive line coach and defensive quality control coach Prior to joining the Chiefs, Reid spent three seasons at Temple University as a graduate assistant working with the offense.
Second-year DL Chris Jones continued to grow tallying a career-high 6. In , the Chiefs defensive line showed continued success as 11 Chiefs combined to register Reid played a key role in the development of rookie Chris Jones. Jones appeared in 16 games 11 starts , logging 28 tackles, 2.
Nunez-Roches appeared in the Chiefs final 11 regular-season contests in addition to the Divisional Playoff game. Nunez-Roches totaled 24 tackles, 1. The season saw four different players start at multiple positions along the defensive line. The Kansas City defensive line tallied Prior to his graduation, Reid served as a student assistant for the Temple football program for two seasons assisting the offense.
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Reid also spent two years working the Steve Addazio football camp. In , he was a training camp coordinator intern for the Philadelphia Eagles, and in , he was an assistant offensive line coach at St. He played football at Harriton High School and was a captain for three seasons. Education: Temple University B. Born: San Francisco, Calif.
Family: Wife - Kristen. Son - Maverick and Daughters - Somers and Saylor. Strength and Conditioning Intern Arizona State Sports Performance Grad. Sports Performance Coach Arizona State Sports Perf. He also spent time with Arizona State University's football program as an assistant coach focusing on sports performance and as a sports performance graduate assistant for the university's basketball and football teams Between his time as a graduate assistant and an assistant coach at ASU, Reynolds spent time as a sports performance assistant for the University of Louisville's football team Reynolds graduated with a Bachelor's in exercise science from the University of Iowa in , and received a Master of Education from Arizona State University in Born: Fulton, Ill.
Strength Coach Louisiana State Strength Coach Northeast Louisiana Strength Coach Green Bay Packers Barry Rubin enters his sixth season as the Chiefs strength and conditioning coach in Rubin played a. He joined the Chiefs after serving the previous three seasons in the same capacity with the Philadelphia Eagles Prior to being promoted to the Eagles Head Strength and Conditioning Coach in , he was an assistant for two years Before his move to Philadelphia, he spent seven years as the head strength and conditioning coach and four years as an assistant for the Green Bay Packers Rubin was inducted into the Northwestern La.
He played tight end and punter at Northwestern State from after serving as a running back and punter at LSU from Education: Northwestern La. State B. Born: Monroe, La. Family: Wife - Nicole; Daughter - Daley. Linebacker Baltimore Ravens Linebacker University of Hawaii Linebackers New York Jets Outside Linebackers Texas Tech Co-Defensive Coord. DL ' Outside Linebackers ' Mike Smith begins his sixth NFL coaching season and first season as Kansas City's outside linebackers coach in , after serving two seasons as the Chiefs assistant defensive line coach Chiefs DL Chris Jones had a career-high 6.
Jones would go on to be named the AFC Defensive Player of the Week following his Week 2 performance where he also recorded four tackles, two forced fumbles and his first-career interception. In his first season with the Chiefs in , Smith assisted a defensive line that helped limit opponents to Additionally, 11 Chiefs combined to register Smith also played an instrumental role in the development of rookie DL Chris Jones, who appeared in all 16 regular-season contests 11 starts and totaled 17 tackles 11 solo , 10 quarterback hurries, 2.
Prior to his arrival in Kansas City, Smith coached at Texas Tech, where he served as the co-defensive coordinator, while tutoring the defensive line and outside linebackers for two seasons Smith served as the interim defensive coordinator for the final nine games of the season and under his guidance, junior LB Pete Robertson led the Big 12 Conference in sacks In , the Red Raider defense nearly doubled its turnover production from the previous season and featured three players with plus tackles. Prior to his time with the Jets, Smith was the linebackers coach at the University of Hawaii for one season Before his coaching career began, Smith was drafted by the Baltimore Ravens and played four seasons before his career was cut short by injuries.
Education: Texas Tech Born: Lubbock, Texas. Cornerback Central Missouri Defensive Coord. Louis Cardinals WRs '86 Secondary ' Philadelphia Eagles Secondary ' Senior Def. Defensive Backs. Emmitt Thomas returned to his football roots in Kansas City in , joining the Chiefs as the defensive backs coach. Inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in and the Chiefs Hall of Fame in , Thomas played cornerback for 13 seasons with Kansas City and finished his career with a franchise-record 58 interceptions. Most recently in , Thomas assisted in the development of S Daniel Sorensen who took on a starting role when S Eric Berry went down in the season opener.
Sorensen led the defense with 88 tackles while CB Terrance Mitchell led the defense with 18 passes defensed. Rookie CB Marcus Peters tied for the top spots in the league for passes defensed 26 and interceptions 8 , on the way to earning his first Pro Bowl selection and Defensive Rookie of the Year. Prior to re-joining the Chiefs, Thomas spent eight seasons coaching with the Atlanta Falcons , including a stint as interim head coach for the final three games in He owns several seasons of NFL defensive coordinator experience, including stops in Minnesota , Green Bay and Philadelphia In , the Eagles defense led the NFL in pass defense Philadelphia finished fifth in the NFL in total defense in and fourth in , advancing to the playoffs both of those years.
Thomas served as the secondary coach his final eight campaigns with the Redskins, helping Green earn three Pro Bowl berths. Louis Cardinals He began his coaching career at Central Missouri Thomas joined the Chiefs as an undrafted free agent in from Bishop College in Dallas, Texas, where he played quarterback and wide receiver. Education: Bishop College B. Born: Angleton, Texas. Safety University of Georgia Defensive QC.
Prior to joing the Chiefs, Valai served as the defensive quality control coach at the University of Georgia for two seasons Valai was also an elite recruiter helping Georgia aquire the No. Prior to entering the coaching ranks, Valai was a trainer in Texas assisting high school and professional athletes.
He served as the president, owner, and explosive training and football coach from The Euless, Texas, native played safety at the University of Wisconsin from to , recording tackles 91 solo , 1. Education: University of Wisconsin B. Born: Euless, Texas. Linebacker Kansas City Chiefs Defensive Assistant.
Alex Whittingham enters his first season as a defensive assistant with Kansas City in This is his first coaching experience since finishing his collegiate playing career at the University of Utah in The Salt Lake City, native was a walk on for the Utes earning four letters appearing in 44 games. During the season, he handled short snaps for the entire season and long snaps for the first four games, and was also a member of the kick return team. He was a threetime honorable mention Pac All-Academic selection.
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While at Utah, Whittingham played under his father, Kyle, who served at the Utes head coach and his uncle, Freddie Whittingham, who served as the tight ends coach. Education: University of Utah B. Born: Salt Lake City. Family: Wife - Gabi. Linebacker Chicago Bears Linebacker Tampa Bay Buccaneers Linebacker Charleston Southern Assistant Special Teams.
Rod Wilson enters his second season with the Chiefs in He previously spent four seasons at Charleston Southern coaching the safeties, inside linebackers and assisted with special teams, following a sixyear NFL career. Wilson assisted Special Teams Coordinator Dave Toub, helping guide K Harrison Butker to a decorated rookie season - recording a franchise record of 23 consecutive FGs, ranking second in franchise history for most FGs made in a single season and tied for first for the most plus yard FGs made in a season with four. Wilson also assisted with the return and coverage units, in which during the season, the Chiefs led the NFL in.
In , Wilson helped guide the Buccaneers defense to top rankings within the league, limiting opponents to the fewest rushing touchdowns 15 and fewest total rushing yards 1, The Buccaneers ranked atop the league in total defense Prior to his collegiate coaching career, Wilson enjoyed a six-year playing career in the National Football League. Originally selected in the seventh round of the NFL Draft th overall by the Chicago Bears, Wilson appeared in 51 games for the Chicago Bears and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, tallying 47 tackles and one forced fumble while primarily playing a special teams role under then-Special Teams Coach Dave Toub.
The Cross, S. Education: South Carolina B. Born: Cross, S. Family: Wife - Megan; Son - Jaylen. Intern Kansas City Chiefs Devin Woodhouse enters his third season as a strength and conditioning assistant with the Kansas City Chiefs in Education: California Baptist University B. Born: Pomona, Calif. Fullback Amherst College Tight Ends Boston College Recruiting Coordinator Kansas City Chiefs College Scouting Admin.
He was promoted to Director of Football Operations in after serving a season as the Director of Player Personnel Borgonzi was promoted to Director of Player Personnel in after serving two seasons as the Co-Director of Player Personnel He served as the club's Assistant Director of Pro Scouting and as the club's Pro Personnel Scout where he assisted the.
Prior to a stint in the financial sector, he served as a tight ends coach at Amherst College in The Everett, Mass.