The NFL offseason is in full swing as the bulk of free agency has ended and anticipation for the draft ramps up. However, some of the most important changes these franchises have made are on the coaching staff.

As teams search for the next innovators, here is a rundown of every NFL coaching staff, including details on all the most important hires to head and assistant coaches.

Arizona Cardinals

  • Head Coach: Kliff Kingsbury (2019)
    • Offensive Coordinator: N/A (Kingsbury calls plays)
      • Quarterbacks: Cam Turner – Turner spent the past two seasons as the Cardinals assistant quarterbacks coach. His promotion coincides with the retirement of Tom Clements.
      • Offensive Line/Run-Game Coordinator: Sean Kugler – Kugler has spent the last two seasons as the Cardinals offensive line coach, but earned the title of “run-game coordinator” in January following Clements’ departure.
    • Defensive Coordinator: Vance Joseph (2019)
      • Defensive Line: Brentson Buckner (2020)
      • Linebackers: Billy Davis (2019)
    • Special Teams Coordinator/Assistant Head Coach: Jeff Rodgers (2019)

Atlanta Falcons

  • Head Coach: Arthur SmithSmith spent the past two seasons as the offensive coordinator for the Tennessee Titans. Under Smith’s guidance, Tennessee scored the most touchdowns in the NFL and trailed just Kansas City in yards per play.
    • Offensive Coordinator: Dave Rangone – Rangone was employed by the Bears for the last five seasons, but did work with Smith in Tennessee from 2011 to 2013. Rangone was the Bears’ pass-game coordinator in 2020, overseeing a passing game that jumped from dead last to 26th in net yards per pass attempt.
      • Quarterbacks: Charles London – 2021 will be London’s first season coaching quarterbacks. From 2012 to 2020, he was a running backs coach for Penn State, the Houston Texans, and the Chicago Bears.
      • Offensive Line: Dwayne Ledford – Ledford comes from the college ranks. He was last the offensive coordinator/offensive line coach for a Louisville offense that finished ninth in the ACC in scoring during 2020.
      • Tight Ends: Justin Peelle – The 10-year NFL vet was the Eagles tight end coach from 2015 to 2020. His arrival coincided with the breakout by Zach Ertz, who was second among tight ends in receptions and receiving yards in that time span.
    • Defensive Coordinator: Dean Pees – Pees retired following the 2019 season, but returns for his 13th season as a defensive coordinator in the NFL. Pees has commanded eight top-10 scoring defenses in the NFL and 11 top-12 units.
      • Defensive Line: Gary Emanuel – Emanuel did not coach in 2020. He was previously the Colts defensive line coach from 2012 to 2017 and more recently the Giants defensive line coach in 2018 and 2019.
      • Linebackers: Frank Bush -Bush was most recently the Jets interim defensive coordinator following the firing of Gregg Williams in 2020. He’s among the most experienced assistants in the NFL, with a coaching career dating back to 1993 and a pair of Super Bowls with the Broncos on his resume.
      • Secondary: Jon Hoke – The 64-year-old was the defensive coordinator for Maryland in 2019 and 2020. His last job in the NFL came as the defensive backs coach for the Buccaneers under Dirk Koetter from 2016 to 2018.
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Marquice Williams – Williams was the assistant special teams coach for the Lions the past two seasons. Prior to moving to the NFL in 2013, Williams was the special teams coordinator for South Dakota.
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Baltimore Ravens

  • Head Coach: John Harbaugh (2008)
    • Offensive Coordinator: Greg Roman (2019)
      • Quarterbacks: James Urban (2018)
      • Wide Receivers: Tee Martin – Martin replaces David Culley, who is now the head coach in Houston. A former quarterback, Martin has wealth of college coaching experience, but has never coached in the NFL. Most recently, he was the assistant head coach/wide receivers coach at the University of Tennessee.
      • Offensive Line: Joe D’Alessadris (2017)
    • Defensive Coordinator: Don Martindale (2018)
      • Defensive Line/Run-Game Coordinator: Anthony Weaver – Weaver spent the past four seasons as the defensive line coach for the Houston Texans. He was promoted to defensive coordinator in 2020 and oversaw a unit that ranked last in the NFL in yards per rush allowed.
      • Inside Linebackers: Rob Ryan – The long-time defensive coordinator was last employed by the Washington Football Team in 2019 as their inside linebackers coach. He was last a coordinator for the Cowboys in 2015.
      • Secondary: D’Anton Lynn – The son of former Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn, D’Anton spent the last three years coaching defensive backs for the Houston Texans. The Texans had an NFL-low two interceptions in 2020 and ranked 28th in net yards per pass attempt.
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Chris Horton (2019)

Buffalo Bills

  • Head Coach: Sean McDermott (2017)
    • Offensive Coordinator: Brian Daboll (2018)
      • Quarterbacks: Ken Dorsey (2019)
      • Wide Receivers: Chad Hall (2019)
      • Offensive Line: Bobby Johnson (2019)
    • Defensive Coordinator: Leslie Frazier (2017)
      • Defensive Line: Eric Washington (2020)
      • Linebackers: Bob Babich (2017)
      • Secondary: John Butler (2018)
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Heath Farwell (2019)

Carolina Panthers

  • Head Coach: Matt Rhule (2020)
    • Offensive Coordinator: Joe Brady (2020)
      • Quarterbacks: Sean Ryan – Ryan got his first quarterback coaching job with the Giants in 2012, the same year Rhule spent as their offensive line coach. Ryan was most recently the Lions quarterbacks coach for the last two seasons.
      • Offensive Line: Pat Meyer (2020)
    • Defensive Coordinator: Phil Snow (2020)
      • Defensive Line: Frank Okam – Okam was Rhule’s defensive line coach during his final two seasons at Baylor. He spent 2020 as the Panthers’ assistant defensive line coach under Mike Phair, who was let go.
      • Defensive Pass-Game Coordinator/Secondary: Jason Simmons (2020)
      • Defensive Run-Game Coordinator: Al Holcomb (2020)
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Chase Blackburn (2018)

Chicago Bears

  • Head Coach: Matt Nagy (2018)
    • Offensive Coordinator: Bill Lazor (2020)
      • Quarterbacks/Pass-Game Coordinator: John DeFilippo (2020)
      • Wide Receivers: Mike Furrey (2018)
      • Offensive Line: Juan Castillo (2020)
    • Defensive Coordinator: Sean Desai – Desai got his start as an assistant at Temple from 2006 to 2010 under Al Golden. He was hired by the Bears in 2013 and spent six seasons as a quality control coach before being promoted to safeties coach in 2019. He is the first person of Indian descent to become an NFL coordinator.
      • Defensive Line: Chris Rumph – Most of Rumph’s coaching experience has come at the college level. He was the Texans outside linebackers coach in 2020, but coached at Clemson, Alabama, Texas, Florida, and Tennessee prior to moving to the NFL.
      • Secondary: Deshea Townsend (2019)
      • Senior Defensive Assistant: Mike Pettine – Pettine spent the last three years as the Packers defensive coordinator prior to being let go in January. Pettine took two years off prior to going to Green Bay after lasting just two seasons as the Browns head coach.
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Chris Tabor (2018)

Cincinnati Bengals

  • Head Coach: Zac Taylor (2019)
    • Offensive Coordinator: Brian Callahan (2019)
      • Quarterbacks: Dan Pitcher (2020)
      • Wide Receivers: Troy Walters – Walters spent 2020 as the Bengals assistant wide receivers coach under Bob Bicknell, who departed after the season. Walters won the 1999 Fred Biletnikoff Award as a student at Stanford.
      • Tight Ends: James Casey (2019)
      • Offensive Line/Run-Game Coordinator: Frank Pollack – Pollack was the Bengals offensive line coach in 2018 before spending two years with the Jets in the same role. According to Pro Football Focus, Pollack’s units have ranked 24th, 28th, and 31st in pass-blocking in the last three seasons.
    • Defensive Coordinator: Lou Anarumo (2019)
      • Defensive Line: Marion Hobby – Hobby spent 2019 and 2020 as the Dolphins defensive line coach before agreeing to part ways with the franchise in January. Prior to working in Miami, Hobby was the defensive coordinator at Duke for two seasons and at Clemson for five seasons. He’s also coached defensive lines in New Orleans and Jacksonville.
      • Linebackers: Al Golden (2020)
      • Cornerbacks: Steve Jackson (2020)
    • Special Teams Coordinator/Assistant Head Coach: Darrin Simmons (2020)

Cleveland Browns

  • Head Coach: Kevin Stefanski (2020)
    • Offensive Coordinator: Alex Van Pelt (2020)
      • Quarterbacks: Vacant
      • Run-Game Coordinator/Running Backs: Stump Mitchell (2019)
      • Pass-Game Coordinator/Wide Receivers: Chad O’Shea (2020)
      • Offensive Line: Bill Callahan (2020)
    • Defensive Coordinator: Joe Woods (2020)
      • Defensive Line: Chris Kiffin (2020)
      • Linebackers: Jason Trevor (2020)
      • Defensive Pass-Game Coordinator/Defensive Backs: Jeff Howard (2020)
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Mike Priefer (2019)

Dallas Cowboys

  • Head Coach: Mike McCarthy (2020)
    • Offensive Coordinator: Kellen Moore (2019)
      • Quarterbacks: Doug Nussmeier (2020)
      • Wide Receivers: Adam Henry (2020)
      • Offensive Line: Joe Philbin (2020)
    • Defensive Coordinator: Dan Quinn – Quinn became famous as the coordinator of the Legion of Boom in Seattle before moving on to be the head coach of the Falcons for the last six years. Since leaving Seattle, Quinn has coached just one top-10 defense (2017) and hasn’t ranked higher than 19th in points allowed in the four years since.
      • Defensive Line: Aden Durde – Durde spent the last three seasons as an assistant for Quinn with the Falcons. Most recently, he was the outside linebackers coach.
      • Linebackers: Scott McCurley (2020)
      • Secondary/Pass-Game Coordinator: Joe Whitt Jr. – Another transplant from Atlanta, Whitt Jr. spent over a decade in the Packers organization as a defensive backs coach before moving to the Browns in 2019 and the Falcons in 2020. He’s been a defensive passing game coordinator since 2018.
      • Defensive Backs: Al Harris (2020)
    • Special Teams Coordinator: John Fassel (2020)

Denver Broncos

  • Head Coach: Vic Fangio (2019)
    • Offensive Coordinator: Pat Shurmur (2020)
      • Quarterbacks: Mike Shula (2020)
      • Wide Receivers: Zach Azzanni (2018)
      • Offensive Line: Mike Munchak (2019)
    • Defensive Coordinator: Ed Donatell (2019)
      • Defensive Line: Bill Kollar (2015)
      • Linebackers: Reggie Herring (2015)
      • Defensive Backs: Christian Parker – Parker spent the past two seasons as a quality control coach for the Packers. He spent six seasons coaching in college prior to that, including four seasons as a defensive backs coach at Virginia State and Norfolk State.
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Tom McMahon (2018)

Detroit Lions

  • Head Coach: Dan Campbell – Campbell has spent a decade in the NFL coaching tight ends (and biting knee caps) for the Dolphins and the Saints. He was the Dolphins interim head coach for 12 games in 2015 and went 5-7 before becoming the tight ends/assistant head coach for the Saints.
    • Offensive Coordinator: Anthony Lynn – Despite a 20-year NFL coaching career, this will be Lynn’s first full-time offensive coordinator job. He spent the last four years as the Chargers head coach, compiling a 33-31 record and making the playoffs once. Lynn coached just one top-10 offense.
      • Quarterbacks: Mark Brunell – Brunell spent nearly two decades in the NFL as a quarterback, but he spent the past eight years as the head coach of the Episcopal School of Jacksonville Eagles. He will enter 2021 with no NFL coaching experience.
      • Running Backs/Assistant Head Coach: Duce Staley – Staley spent the last eight seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles, holding the same title. He moved on from Philadelphia after interviewing, and being passed over, for the head coaching job twice.
      • Wide Receivers: Antwaan Randle El – Rounding out an offensive staff of former players, Randle El joins the Lions after a pair of seasons as an offensive assistant for the Buccaneers.
      • Offensive Line: Hank Fraley (2020)
    • Defensive Coordinator: Aaron Glenn – Glenn spent the past five seasons with the Saints as their defensive backs coach. Since 2018, the Saints coverage hasn’t ranked any higher than 16th on Pro Football Focus.
      • Defensive Line: Todd Wash – Wash was the Jaguars defensive coordinator from 2016 to 2020. He led top-5 scoring defenses in 2017 and 2018, but struggled as the Jaguars lost elite talent and ranked 31st in points allowed last season.
      • Inside Linebackers: Mark DeLeone – Following two seasons as the Bears inside linebackers coach, DeLeone moves across the NFC North to occupy the same position with the Lions. DeLeone is credited with helping Roquan Smith break out in 2020.
      • Defensive Backs/Passing Game Coordinator: Aubrey Pleasant – Pleasant was the Rams cornerbacks coach from 2017 to 2020. Pro Football Focus ranked the Rams coverage in the top 10 of the NFL every year under Pleasant and the best coverage unit in 2020.
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Dave Fipp – Another Pro Football Focus favorite, Fipp spent eight seasons as the Eagles special teams coordinator before being let go in January. In his eight seasons with the Eagles, Fipp’s units ranked in PFF’s top-10 five times and occupied the top spot twice.

Green Bay Packers

  • Head Coach: Matt LeFleur (2019)
    • Offensive Coordinator: Nathaniel Hackett (2019)
      • Quarterbacks/Pass-Game Coordinator: Luke Getsy (2020)
      • Wide Receivers: Jason Vrable (2020)
      • Offensive Line/Run-Game Coordinator: Adam Stenavich (2020)
    • Defensive Coordinator: Joe Barry – Barry has a background in linebackers and was last a defensive coordinator in 2016 for Washington. More recently, Barry was the assistant head coach for Sean McVay and the Los Angeles Rams. Perhaps more notoriously, Barry was the defensive coordinator for the 0-16 Detroit Lions in 2008.
      • Defensive Line: Jerry Montgomery (2018)
      • Inside Linebackers: Kirk Olivadotti (2019)
      • Outside Linebackers: Mike Smith (2019)
      • Defensive Backs: Jerry Gray (2020)
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Maurice Drayton – Drayton was promoted from assistant special teams coordinator after the Packers decided to part ways with Shawn Mennenga. Special teams has been an issue for the Packers in recent years, they haven’t ranked outside the bottom-10 on PFF since 2015.

Houston Texans

  • Head Coach: David Culley – Despite starting his coaching career in 1978, Culley has never held a head coaching position. After breaking into the NFL with the Bucs in 1994, Culley spent 17 seasons coaching wide receivers for Andy Reid and was last the assistant head coach for John Harbaugh.
    • Offensive Coordinator: Tim Kelly (2019)
      • Quarterbacks/Passing Game Coordinator: Pep Hamilton – Hamilton spent 2020 as the quarterbacks coach for Rookie of the Year Just Herbert. He has been the QB coach for five different franchises and was also the offensive coordinator for Andrew Luck early in his career.
      • Running Backs: Danny Barrett (2018)
      • Wide Receivers: Robert Prince – Acting as the Lions head coach in Week 16 last year, Prince lost 47-7 in his lone game with that title. The 55-year-old was Detroit’s receivers coach for seven seasons, instructing Calvin Johnson during his final two seasons and Kenny Golladay for his entire career.
      • Offensive Line: James Campen – Another Chargers transplant, Campem was the Packers offensive line coach for over a decade before moving on to the Browns in 2019 and the Chargers in 2020. Campen’s units have struggled the past two seasons, but his Packers offensive line in 2018 was the top pass-blocking unit in the NFL, according to PFF.
    • Defensive Coordinator/Assistant Head Coach: Lovie Smith – Smith compiled a record of 17-39 in his five years as the head coach at the University of Illinois.
      • Defensive Line: Bobby King – 2021 will be King’s first season as a defensive line coach. He has a decade of NFL experience, including seven seasons across two stints as the Texans linebackers coach.
      • Linebackers: Miles Smith – Smith is the son of Lovie Smith and has spent five seasons with his father. Most recently, Smith was the linebackers coach for Illinois during 2019 and 2020.
      • Defensive Backs: Dino Vasso – Vasso broke into the NFL with the Chiefs in 2013 and spent the last five seasons with Doug Pederson in Philadelphia as the assistant secondary coach for the Eagles. Only the 2017 Eagles were ranked in PFF’s top-10 of coverage units during Vasso’s time in Philly.
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Frank Ross – Ross spent time with Texans GM Nick Caserio with the Patriots when the two worked in the front office, but more recently Ross was the assistant special teams coordinator for the Colts. PFF ranked the Colts 2020 special teams as the top unit in the NFL.

Indianapolis Colts

  • Head Coach: Frank Reich (2018)
    • Offensive Coordinator: Marcus Brady – A long-time vet of the CFL, Brady spent the last few seasons as the Colts quarterback coach and was promoted with Nick Sirianni leaving for Philadelphia.
      • Quarterbacks: Scott Milanovich
      • Running Backs: Scottie Montgomery – A former NFL wide receiver and East Carolina head coach, Montgomery has never held the title of running backs coach before. He was last the offensive coordinator for the University of Maryland. His Terps averaged 4.8 yards per carry in Montgomery’s two seasons.
      • Wide Receivers: Mike Groh (2020)
      • Offensive Line: Chris Strausser (2019)
    • Defensive Coordinator: Matt Eberflus (2018)
      • Defensive Line: Brian Baker (2020)
      • Linebackers: Dave Borgonzi (2018)
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Raymond Ventrone (2018)

Jacksonville Jaguars

  • Head Coach: Urban Meyer – Meyer is a college football legend, but has spent the past two seasons in retirement after seven years at Ohio State. Meyer won two National Championships at Florida and one with the Buckeyes. He’s retired from coaching twice due to health issues.
    • Offensive Coordinator: Darrell Bevell – 2021 will be Bevell’s 15th as an NFL offensive coordinator. He won a Super Bowl as the Seahawks OC, but was last the interim head coach for the Detroit Lions.
      • Quarterbacks/Passing Game Coordinator: Brain Schottenheimer – Speaking of former Seahawks OCs, Schottenheimer replaced Bevell in Seattle and spent the last three years coaching Russell Wilson. In his 12 years as an offensive coordinator, Schottenheimer hasn’t had an offense rank higher than 12th in net yards per pass attempt.
      • Wide Receivers: Sanjay Lal – Another Seattle transplant (sensing a trend here?), Lal was a Seahawks assistant in 2020 after 11 years as a wide receivers coach. Under Lal’s guidance, Amari Cooper made back-to-back Pro Bowls with the Cowboys.
      • Tight Ends: Tyler Bowen – Bowen has spent his entire coaching career in the college ranks, most recently as Penn State’s co-offensive coordinator, offensive recruiting coordinator, and tight ends coach. He coached projected second-round pick Pat Freiermuth while at Happy Valley.
      • Offensive Line: George Warhop (2019)
    • Defensive Coordinator: Joe Cullen – Cullen was previously the Jags defensive line coach from 2010 through 2012. More recently, he was the Ravens D-line coach for the last five seasons. 2018 was the only season the Ravens pass rush ranked in the top-20 on PFF during Cullen’s time in Baltimore.
      • Defensive Line: Tosh Lupoi – After spending two seasons as the co-defensive coordinator at Alabama, Lupoi spent 2019 as the Browns defensive line coach and 2020 in the same position for the Falcons. Lupoi’s pass rush ranked 17th and 16th during his two seasons in the NFL on PFF.
      • Inside Linebackers/Assistant Head Coach: Charlie Strong – Another long-time college coach, who spent time as Meyer’s defensive coordinator at Florida, 2021 will be Strong’s first season in the NFL. Strong spent a decade as a head coach at Louisville, Texas, and South Florida before moving to Alabama as a defensive analyst in 2020. This is the same title Strong held under Meyer during 2008 and 2009 at Florida.
      • Cornerbacks: Tim Walton (2019)
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Brian Schneider – Yes, another former Seattle assistant, Schneider spent the last 11 seasons as the Seahawks special teams coordinator. Schneider’s only top-10 unit on PFF came in 2013.

Kansas City Chiefs

  • Head Coach: Andy Reid (2013)
    • Offensive Coordinator: Eric Bieniemy (2018)
      • Quarterbacks/Passing Game Coordinator: Mike Kafka (2020)
      • Wide Receivers: Greg Lewis (2017)
      • Tight Ends: Tom Melvin (2013)
      • Offensive Line: Andy Heck (2013)
    • Defensive Coordinator: Steve Spagnuolo (2019)
      • Defensive Line/Run-Game Coordinator: Brendan Daly (2019)
      • Linebackers: Matt House (2019)
      • Defensive Backs: Dave Merritt (2019)
    • Special Teams Coordinator/Assistant Head Coach: Dave Toub (2018)

Las Vegas Raiders

  • Head Coach: Jon Gruden (2018)
    • Offensive Coordinator: Greg Olsen (2018)
      • Quarterbacks: N/A
      • Running Backs: Kirby Wilson (2019)
      • Wide Receivers: Edgar Bennett (2018)
      • Offensive Line: Tom Cable (2018)
    • Defensive Coordinator: Gus Bradley – The former defensive coordinator for the Seahawks’ Legion of Boom and the Jaguars head coach from 2013 through 2016, Bradley has spent the last four seasons as the defensive coordinator for the Chargers. Los Angeles ranked 3rd in points allowed during Bradley’s first year with the team, but fell to 8th, 14th, and 23rd in the last three seasons, respectively.
      • Defensive Line: Rod Marinelli (2020)
      • Linebackers: Richard Smith – Smith’s career started with the Houston Oilers in 1988, but he spent the past four seasons as Bradley’s linebackers’ coach with the Chargers.
      • Defensive Backs: Ron Milus – Bradley inherited Milus with the Chargers, but kept him for all four seasons and now brings him to Las Vegas. Milus has been a secondary/defensive backs coach in the NFL every year since 1993.
    • Special Teams Coordinator/Assistant Head Coach: Rich Biasaccia (2018)

Los Angeles Chargers

  • Head Coach: Brandon Staley – Just five years ago, Staley was the defensive coordinator at John Carroll University, now after just one season as an NFL defensive coordinator, Staley has his first head coaching job. The 38-year-old has never spent more than two seasons at the same place since being a graduate assistant at Northern Illinois from 2006 through 2008.
    • Offensive Coordinator: Joe Lombardi – Lombardi spent the past five years as the Saints’ quarterbacks coach, but he also has a pair of seasons as an offensive coordinator for the Lions under his belt. Lombardi was the Saints QB coach before moving to Detroit as well, winning a Super Bowl in 2009.
      • Quarterbacks/Passing Game Coordinator: Shane Day – Day spent the past two seasons working under Kyle Shanahan as the 49ers’ quarterbacks coach. He was previously the QB coach for the Chicago Bears before moving to UConn and then spending a couple of seasons as the Dolphins tight ends coach. Day has worked with Jay Cutler, Jimmy Garappolo, and a litany of backups, so getting to work with Justin Herbert should be exciting.
      • Wide Receivers: Chris Beatty – Staley and Beatty crossed paths at Northern Illinois when Beatty was the running backs coach. Beatty has a 22-year coaching career that spans three Virginia high schools and nine different colleges. This will be his first NFL job after spending the previous two seasons as the wide receivers coach at Pitt.
      • Tight Ends: Kevin Koger – The former Michigan tight end spent the last two seasons as a quality control coach for the Packers. He was previously a wide receivers coach at Eastern Kentucky and a tight ends coach at Saline High School in Saline, Michigan.
      • Offensive Line/Run-Game Coordinator: Frank Smith – Smith was the Saints’ assistant offensive line coach during Lombardi’s first stint with the team. However, Smith has spent the last six seasons as a tight ends coach for the Raiders and Bears.
    • Defensive Coordinator: Renaldo Hill – Hill was playing in the NFL as recently as 2010, but he spent the past two seasons as the Broncos defensive backs coach. Hill coached Pro Bowler Justin Simmons and turned Bryce Callahan into the NFL’s top corner for the first 10 games of last season. Despite a secondary that was ravaged by injuries, the Broncos allowed just 21 passing touchdowns in 2020, second-best in the NFL.
      • Defensive Line: Giff Smith (2016)
      • Linebackers: Michael Wilhoite – Just four years removed from his playing career, Wilhoite will enter 2021 as the Chargers linebackers coach after just two seasons as an assistant for the Saints.
      • Secondary: Derrick Ansley – After spending 2018 as the Raiders defensive backs coach, Ansley moved to Tennessee for 2019 and 2020 to be the Volunteers defensive coordinator. Tennessee ranked 29th and 69th in points allowed during Ansley’s two seasons at the helm.
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Derius Swinton II – Despite an NFL coaching career that spans 12 seasons, Swinton has spent just one as a special teams coordinator, in 2006 for the 49ers. His unit ranked 22nd on PFF’s special teams rankings, but he was most recently the assistant special teams coordinator for a Cardinals team that ranked 7th in the NFL.

Los Angeles Rams

  • Head Coach: Sean McVay (2017)
    • Offensive Coordinator: Kevin O’Connell (2020)
      • Assistant Quarterbacks: Zac Robinson (2020)
      • Running Backs/Assistant Head Coach: Thomas Brown (2020)
      • Wide Receivers: Eric Yarber (2017)
      • Passing Game Coordinator/Tight Ends: Wes Phillips (2018)
      • Offensive Line: Kevin Carberry – Carberry was the assistant offensive line coach for Washington when McVay was its offensive coordinator back in 2016. Since leaving DC, Carberry has spent the last two seasons as the offensive line coach and run-game coordinator for a Stanford offense that averaged just 3.7 and 4.1 yards per carry under Carberry’s watch.
    • Defensive Coordinator: Raheem Morris – We last saw Morris as the interim head coach for the Falcons during the final 11 games for 2020. Morris’s defense allowed 30 points just twice in those 11 games, both times to the eventual Super-Bowl-winning Buccaneers. This is the first time Morris has been hired to be a defensive coordinator in the NFL, despite three years of head-coaching experience.
      • Defensive Line/Run-Game Coordinator: Eric Henderson – Henderson has been the Rams defensive line coach since 2019. He adds the run-game coordinator to his title this season.
      • Linebackers: Chris Shula – The grandson of Don Shula, Chris spent the past four seasons with the Rams, first as their assistant linebackers coach and more recently as their outside linebackers coach. This year he will be in charge of the entire position.
      • Secondary/Pass-Game Coordinator: Ejiro Evero – Evero spent the last three seasons as the Rams safeties’ coach, but will take over the entire secondary with the departure of former cornerbacks coach Aubrey Pleasant.
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Joe DeCamillis – After wrestling at the University of Wyoming, DeCamillis starting coaching special teams in the NFL in 1988. He’s been a special teams coordinator every year since 2009, most recently for the Jaguars. His units in Jacksonville never ranked higher than 13th on PFF.
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Miami Dolphins

  • Head Coach: Brian Flores (2019)
    • Co-Offensive Coordinator/Running Backs: Eric Studesville – Previously the run-game coordinator, Studesville was promoted to co-offensive coordinator following the departure of Chan Gailey.
    • Co-Offensive Coordinator/Tight Ends: George Godsey – Godsey was also promoted to co-offensive coordinator this offseason. He was the tight ends coach for the previous two seasons, but was the Texans OC in 2015 and 2016.
      • Quarterbacks: Charlie Frye – The former NFL QB has been coaching since 2012 at the high school and college level. He was most recently the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Central Michigan. The 2020 Chippewas averaged 31 points and 202 passing yards per game.
      • Wide Receivers: Josh Gizzard (2020)
      • Offensive Line: Lemuel Jeanpierre – Jeanpierre was the Dolphins assistant offensive line coach in 2020, but will assume control of the unit following Steve Marshall’s departure. Jeanpierre won a Super Bowl playing for the Seahawks and has been coaching since retiring in 2016.
    • Defensive Coordinator: Josh Boyer (2020)
      • Defensive Line: Austin Clark (2020)
      • Linebackers: Anthony Campanile (2020)
      • Defensive Backs: Gerald Alexander (2020)
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Danny Crossman (2019)

Minnesota Vikings

  • Head Coach: Mike Zimmer (2014)
    • Offensive Coordinator: Klint Kubiak – Kubiak will be replacing his father, Gary, as the Vikings offensive coordinator in 2021. Klint was the Vikings quarterbacks coach for the previous two seasons.
      • Quarterbacks: Andrew Janocko – A Vikings assistant for the past six seasons, Janocko has experience coaching offensive line and wide receivers, but this will be his first quarterbacks coaching job since he held the same title at Mercyhurst in 2014.
      • Running Backs: Kennedy Polamalu (2017)
      • Wide Receivers: Keenan McCardell – McCardell replaces Janocko as the Vikings wide receivers coach. The 17-year NFL vet has spent the last decade coaching wide receivers with the Washington Football Team, University of Maryland, and the Jaguars.
      • Offensive Line/Run-Game Coordinator: Rick Dennison (2019)
    • Co-Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Line: Andre Patterson (2020)
    • Co-Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers: Adam Zimmer (2020)
      • Secondary: Karl Scott – This will be Scott’s first coaching job in the NFL. His coaching at the college level started in 2007 and spent the past three seasons coaching defensive backs at Alabama.
      • Senior Defensive Assistant: Paul Guenther – The long-time Bengals assistant has spent the last seven seasons as a defensive coordinator, the last three for the Raiders. Guenther coached a pair of top-10 defenses in 2015 and 2016, but didn’t have a defense rank higher than 24th in points allowed in his time with the Raiders.
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Ryan Ficken – Ficken spent the previous eight seasons as the Vikings assistant special teams coordinator and will replace Marwan Maalouf in 2o21. The Vikings special teams struggled in their two years under Maalouof, but ranked third in PFF’s rankings in 2018.

New England Patriots

  • Head Coach: Bill Belichick (2000)
    • Assistant to the Head Coach: Matt Patricia – Patricia returns to the Patriots after three fruitless seasons as the Lions head coach. Patricia was the Patriots’ defensive coordinator for six seasons before moving to Detroit.
    • Offensive Coordinator: Josh McDaniels (2012)
      • Quarterbacks: Vacant
      • Running Backs/Returners: Troy Brown (2020)
      • Wide Receivers: Mick Lombardi (2020)
      • Co-Offensive Line: Carmen Bricillo (2020)
      • Co-Offensive Line: Cole Popovich (2020)
    • Defensive Coordinator: N/A (Belichick in charge of defense)
      • Defensive Line: DeMarcus Covington (2020)
      • Outside Linebackers: Steve Belichick (2020)
      • Inside Linebackers: Jerod Mayo (2019)
      • Safeties: Brian Belichick (2020)
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Cameron Achord (2020)

New Orleans Saints

  • Head Coach: Sean Payton (2006)
    • Offensive Coordinator: Pete Carmichael (2009)
      • Quarterbacks: Ronald Curry – A former NFL wide receiver, Curry replaces Joe Lombardi after spending the past three seasons as the Saints wide receivers coach.
      • Wide Receivers: Vacant: As of right now, the Saints have yet to replace Curry as their wide receivers coach. Former receivers coach Curtis Johnson is listed as a senior offensive assistant.
      • Tight Ends/Run-Game Coordinator: Dan Roushar – Roushar is tasked with replacing Dan Campbell, who is now the head coach in Detroit. Roushar was the Saints tight ends coach in 2015 before moving to offensive line coach, a position he held for five seasons.
      • Offensive Line: Brendan Nugent – Nugent has been with the Saints since 2015, assisting with the offensive line. He gets his first position coach job in the NFL with Roushar moving to tight ends.
    • Defensive Coordinator: Dennis Allen (2015)
      • Defensive Line/Assistant Head Coach: Ryan Nielsen (2017)
      • Linebackers: Michael Hodges (2020)
      • Defensive Backs: Kris Richard – Richard is best known for being the defensive backs coach during the Seahawks “Legion of Boom” era. He spent the three subsequent seasons as the DC for the Seahawks before moving to Dallas in 2018 to be their defensive backs/pass-game coordinator.
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Darren Rizzi (2019)

New York Giants

  • Head Coach: Joe Judge (2020)
    • Offensive Coordinator: Jason Garrett (2020)
      • Quarterbacks: Jerry Schuplinksi (2020)
      • Running Backs: Burton Burns (2020)
      • Tight Ends: Derek Dooley – Dooley takes over as tight ends coach for Freddie Kitchens, who is now listed as a senior offensive assistant. Most of Dooley’s experience comes in the college ranks; he was previously the head coach at Louisiana Tech and Tennessee. Dooley did win a National Championship as the assistant head coach at LSU.
      • Offensive Line: Robert Sale – This is Sale’s first NFL coaching job. He spent the last three seasons as the offensive line coach and offensive coordinator for the Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns. Sale’s offense averaged over 30 points per game in each of his seasons and rushed for at least 5.5 yards per carry every year as well.
    • Defensive Coordinator/Assistant Head Coach: Patrick Graham (2020)
      • Defensive Line: Sean Spencer (2020)
      • Linebackers: Kevin Sherrer (2020)
      • Defensive Backs: Jerome Henderson (2020)
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Thomas McGaughey (2018)

New York Jets

  • Head Coach: Robert Saleh – Saleh comes over from the 49ers, for whom he was the defensive coordinator for four seasons. The 42-year-old has never held a head coaching job, but his defenses in San Francisco ranked in the top -10 of points allowed just once.
    • Offensive Coordinator: Mike LaFleur – The younger brother of the Packers head coach, Mike spent the past four seasons as the 49ers pass-game coordinator. Despite the revolving door at quarterback, the 49ers ranked 16th, 11th, third, and 13th in net yards per pass attempt under LaFleur.
      • Quarterbacks: Rob Calabrese – Perhaps most well-known for being a potential starting quarterback for the Broncos last season, Calabrese spent the past two seasons as a quality control coach in Denver. Prior to that, he was the offensive coordinator for the Wagner Seahawks, an FCS team that went 8-14 in Calabrese’s two seasons with the team.
      • Wide Receivers: Miles Austin – The long-time Dallas Cowboy spent time with the 49ers as a quality control coach in 2019. He was previously a scout for the Cowboys organization.
      • Offensive Line/Run-Game Coordinator: John Benton – Another San Francisco transplant, Benton was the 49ers offensive line coach for the past four seasons. Under his watch, the 49ers run-blocking was ranked in the top-five on PFF in each of the past three seasons.
    • Defensive Coordinator: Jeff Ulbrich – Ulbrich spent the last 11 games of 2020 as the Falcons defensive coordinator following the firing of Dan Quinn and the promotion of Raheem Morris. Previously, Ulbrich spent five seasons as the Falcons linebackers coach and three seasons with UCLA in a similar role.
      • Defensive Line: Aaron Whitecotton – Also coming over from San Francisco, Whitecotton spent 2020 as the 49ers assistant defensive line coach. He was previously the Bills assistant defensive line coach and also worked as an assistant with the Jaguars.
      • Linebackers: Mike Rutenberg – Rutenberg spent 2020 as a defensive pass-game specialist under Saleh. The duo also worked together in Jacksonville where Saleh was the linebackers coach and Rutenberg was the assistant defensive backs coach.
      • Cornerbacks: Tony Oden – Oden spent 2020 coaching the 49ers cornerbacks under Saleh. He has also coached defensive backs for the Jaguars, Buccaneers, Lions, and Dolphins. The 2020 49ers coverage ranked second in the NFL on PFF.
      • Safeties: Marquand Manuel – Manuel was the Eagles defensive backs coach in 2020 after taking the 2019 season off. Previously, he spent 2017 and 2018 as the defensive coordinator for the Atlanta Falcons, working above Ulbrich. The Eagles ranked 20th in net yards per pass attempt allowed in 2020.
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Brant Boyer (2016)

Philadelphia Eagles

  • Head Coach: Nick Sirianni – Sirianni has the tough task of replacing the only coach to win a Super Bowl in Philadelphia. The former Colts offensive coordinator worked under former Eagles offensive coordinator Frank Reich in Indy and in San Diego.
    • Offensive Coordinator: Shane Steichen – Steichen and Sirianni spent time together with the Chargers and Steichen did ascend to LA’s offensive coordinator role in 2020, but was let go after the team fired Anthony Lynn. Steichen was instrumental in the development of 2020 Rookie of the Year Justin Herbert.
      • Quarterbacks: Brian Johnson – After three years as the quarterbacks coach at Florida, Johnson will enter his first season as an NFL coach in 2021. A former college quarterback, Johnson coached Dak Prescott at Mississippi State and is also a long-time family friend of Jalen Hurts. Hurts’s father coached Johnson in high school.
      • Running Backs/Assistant Head Coach: Jemal Singleton – Singleton replaces Duce Staley in this role after being the running backs coach for the Bengals in 2019 and 2020. A graduate of the Air Force Academy, Singleton’s Bengals struggled to run the ball in 2020 after an injury to Joe Mixon. Cincinnati ranked just 27th in the NFL in yards per carry last season.
      • Wide Receivers: Aaron Moorehead (2020)
      • Tight Ends: Jason Michael – Michael comes over from Indianapolis with Sirianni after being the Colts’ tight ends coach for two seasons. The Colts had just one tight end top the 400-yard mark in Michael’s time with the team. Meanwhile, the duo of Dallas Goedert and Zach Ertz racked up over 2300 yards in the same timespan.
      • Offensive Line/Run-Game Coordinator: Jeff Stoutland (2013)
    • Defensive Coordinator: Jonathan Gannon – A Mike Zimmer disciple who utilizes a lot of cover-two, Gannon spent the last two seasons coaching cornerbacks with the Colts. The former Louisville defensive back spent three seasons as a scout for the Rams before jumping into coaching with the Titans in 2012.
      • Defensive Line: Tracy Rocker – A long-time coach with over 25 years on his resume, Rocker will be tasked with leading the NFL’s most expensive defensive line. Rocker’s only time in the NFL came when he coached the Titans defensive line from 2011 to 2013. No stranger to disruptive defensive tackles, Rocker coached Nick Fairley to the SEC Defensive Player of the Year in 2010 and coached five-time Pro Bowler Jurrell Casey during his first three seasons in the NFL.
      • Linebackers: Nick Rallis – Rallis spent the past three seasons as the assistant linebackers coach for the Minnesota Vikings. Just 27 years old, Rallis helped Erik Kendricks to first-team All-Pro honors in 2019 and coached the only pair of linebackers to each get 100 tackles in 2020.
      • Defensive BacksDennard Wilson – Wilson spent the past four seasons as the Jets defensive backs coach, overseeing a unit that ranked 30th in PFF’s coverage rankings last season. Wilson is credited with the development of All-Pro safety Jamal Adams. He previously spent five seasons as an assistant with the Rams.
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Michael Clay – The youngest coordinator in the entire NFL, at just 29, Clay will be tasked with taking over a special teams unit that ranked third according to PFF in 2020. Clay spent the past three seasons as the 49ers assistant special teams coach and actually has some experience with the Eagles, coaching defense and special teams under Chip Kelly (his college coach) in 2014 and 2015.

Pittsburgh Steelers

  • Head Coach: Mike Tomlin (2007)
    • Offensive Coordinator: Matt Canada – The one-time interim head coach at Maryland University, Canada was the Steelers QB coach in 2020 and was promoted to offensive coordinator following Randy Fichtner’s departure. Canada has previous offensive coordinator experience at Butler, Indiana, Northern Illinois, Wisconsin, NC State, Pitt, LSU, and Maryland.
      • Quarterbacks: Mike Sullivan – After a two-year absence from coaching, Sullivan spent the 2020 season as the director of recruiting at Army. Sullivan won a pair of Super Bowls with the Giants, as their wide receivers coach in 2007 and as the QB coach in 2011. Sullivan was also the offensive coordinator Greg Schiano-led Bucs and Ben McAdoo’s Giants.
      • Wide Receivers: Ike Hilliard (2020)
      • Tight Ends: Alfredo Roberts – The six-year NFL vet has coached tight ends for 13 years and five different franchises. Most recently, he was the Chargers tight ends coach in 2020. Despite all his experience, Roberts has never had a tight end pass the 1000-yard threshold in a season.
      • Offensive Line: Adrian Klemm – Klemm spent the past two seasons as the Steelers assistant offensive line coach. He previously coached offensive lines in college, most notably as the run game coordinator and O-Line coach at UCLA for five seasons.
    • Defensive Coordinator: Keith Butler (2015)
      • Defensive Line: Karl Dunbar (2018)
      • Inside Linebackers: Jerry Olsavsky (2015)
      • Secondary: Teryl Austin (2019)
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Danny Smith (2013)

San Francisco 49ers

  • Head Coach: Kyle Shanahan (2017)
    • Offensive Coordinator: Mike McDaniel – McDaniel has been a Shanahan assistant for a decade, but will ascend to a coordinator role for the first time after Mike LaFleur left for the Jets.
      • Quarterbacks: Rich Scangarello – Scangarello rejoins Shanahan as the 49ers QB coach after unsuccessful stints with the Broncos and Eagles. He was fired by the Broncos after coordinating the 28th-ranked offense and struggled in his lone season as a senior assistant with the Eagles.
      • Running Backs: Bobby Turner (2017)
      • Wide Receivers: Wes Welker (2019)
      • Assistant Head Coach/Tight Ends: Jon Embree (2017)
      • Offensive Line: Chris Foerster – This will mark Foerster’s third stint as the 49ers offensive line coach. He previously held the position in 2008-2009 and again in 2015. Foerster has spent the past two seasons as a “game-planning assistant” for Shanahan.
    • Defensive Coordinator: DeMeco Ryans – The long-time middle linebacker for the Texans and Eagles, Ryans will replace Robert Saleh after coaching the 49ers linebackers for the past three seasons. Under his guidance, Fred Warner has gone from third-round pick to first-team All-Pro in three seasons.
      • Defensive Line: Kris Kocurek (2019)
      • Linebackers: Johnny Holland – Holland spent the past three seasons as the 49ers outside linebackers coach, but was the linebackers coach in 2017. He will take over for Ryans.
      • Defensive Pass-Game Specialist/Secondary: Cory Undlin – Undlin has a long track record of success in the NFL coaching defensive backs. A pair of Super Bowls under his belt, 2021 will be Undlin’s 10th as a defensive backs coach. He spent 2020 as the Lions defensive coordinator.
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Richard Hightower (2017)

Seattle Seahawks

  • Head Coach: Pete Carroll (2010)
    • Offensive Coordinator: Shane Waldron – A Sean McVay disciple, Waldron spent the past three seasons as the Rams passing game coordinator. The Rams won the NFC in 2018 behind a passing game that ranked third in net yards per attempt. The Rams ranked 11th and 16th in that category in the past two seasons.
      • Quarterbacks: Austin Davis (2020)
      • Pass-Game Coordinator: Dave Canales (2020)
      • Run-Game Coordinator: Andy Dickerson – Dickerson also comes over from the Rams, for whom he coached the run-game and the offensive line. Dickerson’s O-Line allowed just 51 sacks in the previous two seasons and paved the way for the NFL’s 17th-most effective rushing attack in 2020.
      • Offensive Line: Mike Solari (2018)
    • Defensive Coordinator: Ken Norton (2018)
      • Defensive Line/Assistant Head Coach: Clint Hurtt (2017)
      • Linebackers: John Glenn
      • Secondary: Nick Sorensen (2020)
      • Defensive Pass-Game Coordinator: Andre Curtis (2018)
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Larry Izzo (2020)

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

  • Head Coach: Bruce Arians (2019)
    • Offensive Coordinator: Byron Leftwich (2019)
      • Quarterbacks: Clyde Christensen (2019)
      • Wide Receivers: Kevin Garver (2019)
      • Offensive Line: Joe Gilbert (2019)
    • Defensive Coordinator: Todd Bowles (2019)
      • Defensive Line: Kacy Rodgers (2019)
      • Outside Linebackers: Larry Foote (2019)
      • Inside Linebackers: Mike Caldwell (2019)
      • Cornerbacks: Kevin Ross (2019)
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Keith Armstrong (2019)

Tennessee Titans

  • Head Coach: Mike Vrabel (2018)
    • Offensive Coordinator: Todd Downing – Downing moves up from tight ends coach to replace Arthur Smith. Downing was previously the Raiders offensive coordinator in 2017, leading a unit that ranked 23rd in points scored.
      • Quarterbacks: Pat O’Hara (2018)
      • Running Backs: Todd Dews (2018)
      • Offensive Line: Keith Carter
    • Defensive Coordinator: Shane Bowen – Bowen was in charge of the Titans defense in 2020 after the retirement of Dean Pees, but didn’t get the coordinator title until January. Bowen has worked with Vrabel since their time together with the Texans in 2016.
      • Defensive Line: Terrell Williams (2018)
      • Inside Linebackers: Jim Haslett (2020)
      • Defensive Backs: Anthony Midget (2020)
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Craig Aukerman (2018)

Washington Football Team

  • Head Coach: Ron Rivera (2020)
    • Offensive Coordinator: Scott Turner (2020)
      • Quarterbacks: Ken Zampese (2020)
      • Running Backs: Randy Jordan (2014)
      • Wide Receivers: Drew Terrell (2020)
      • Offensive Line: John Matsko (2020)
    • Defensive Coordinator: Jack Del Rio (2020)
      • Defensive Line: Sam Mills III (2020)
      • Linebackers: Steve Russ (2020)
      • Defensive Backs: Chris Harris (2020)
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Nate Kaczor (2019)
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