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Brian Daboll


Brian Daboll (born April 14, 1975 in Welland, Ontario) is the tight ends coach for the New England Patriots

Early years

Daboll attended Saint Francis High School in Athol Springs, New York and was a letterman in football.

College career

Daboll attended the University of Rochester and was a letterman in football. In football, he was a two-year starter. Daboll graduated with a degree in economics.

Coaching career

College

Daboll was hired as a restricted earnings coach by The College of William & Mary in 1997 before moving to Michigan State University as a graduate assistant from 1998 to 1999.

National Football League

Daboll began his NFL coaching career with the New England Patriots as a defensive coaching assistant in 2000 before being promoted to wide receivers coach for the Patriots in 2002. After the 2006 season, he left the Patriots to serve as the Jets' quarterbacks coach.

In 2009, Daboll joined [4]

References

  1. ^ [1] 2009 Cleveland Browns Offensive Statistics
  2. ^ [2] 2010 Cleveland Browns Offensive Statistics
  3. ^ [3] 2011 Miami Dolphins Offensive Statistics
  4. ^ Yates, Field. "Patriots add Daboll to coaching staff", ESPN, 14 January 2013. Retrieved on 14 January 2013.

External links

  • Miami Dolphins profile
  • Cleveland Browns profile
  • New England Patriots profile
Preceded by
Rob Chudzinski
Cleveland Browns Offensive Coordinators
2009–2010
Succeeded by
Brad Childress
Preceded by
Dan Henning
Miami Dolphins Offensive Coordinators
2011
Succeeded by
Mike Sherman
Preceded by
Bill Muir
Kansas City Chiefs Offensive Coordinators
2012
Succeeded by
Doug Pederson
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