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John Marshall (American football)

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John Marshall (American football)

John Marshall
Personal information
Date of birth October 2, 1945
Career information
Position(s) Defensive coordinator
College Washington State
Team(s) as a coach/administrator
Hancock Junior College
University of Oregon (TE/OL)
Green Bay Packers (DL)
Atlanta Falcons (DC)
Indianapolis Colts (DL)
San Francisco 49ers (DC/DL/LB)
Carolina Panthers (DC)
Detroit Lions (LB)
Seattle Seahawks (DC/LB)
Oakland Raiders (DC)
Virginia Destroyers

John Marshall (born October 2, 1945) is an American football coach. He formerly served as the defensive coordinator for the Oakland Raiders from 2009-2010.

Marshall, a coaching veteran of over 40 years, is mostly associated with coaching linebackers. He earned two Super Bowl rings during his time with the San Francisco 49ers, where he was an assistant.

Marshall coached linebackers for the Detroit Lions in 2002, where he was on the staff of Marty Mornhinweg. Marshall had previously served as defensive coordinator under Steve Mariucci with the San Francisco 49ers in 1997 and 1998.


External links

  • Oakland Raiders bio
Sporting positions
Preceded by
Pete Carroll
San Francisco 49ers Defensive Coordinators
Succeeded by
Jim L. Mora
Preceded by
Vic Fangio
Carolina Panthers Defensive Coordinators
Succeeded by
Jack Del Rio
Preceded by
Ray Rhodes
Seattle Seahawks Defensive Coordinators
Succeeded by
Casey Bradley
Preceded by
Rob Ryan
Oakland Raiders Defensive Coordinators
Succeeded by
Chuck Bresnahan

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