The NFL offseason is in full swing as we anticipate the start of the 2022 season and the upcoming NFL draft.

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: Vacant (Kingsbury calls plays)
      • Quarterbacks: Cam Turner (2021)
      • Offensive Line/Run-Game Coordinator: Sean Kugler (2021)
    • Defensive Coordinator: Vance Joseph (2019)
      • Defensive Line: Matt Burke – Burke was previously Joseph’s linebackers coach in Miami back in 2016 before taking over as the defensive coordinator when the latter left to coach the Broncos. Burke’s only year as a defensive line coach came in 2020 for an Eagles defense that ranked second in the NFL in pressure rate despite blitzing at the fifth-lowest rate in the league.
      • Linebackers: Billy Davis (2019)
      • Defensive Backs: Marcus Robinson (2019)
    • Special Teams Coordinator/Assistant Head Coach: Jeff Rodgers (2019)

Atlanta Falcons

  • Head Coach: Arthur Smith (2021)
    • Offensive Coordinator: Dave Rangone (2021)
      • Quarterbacks: Charles London (2021)
      • Running Backs: Michael Pitre – The former UCLA fullback has one year of NFL experience under his belt, coaching running backs for the Bears in 2021. Under his guidance, Chicago running backs averaged just 3.92 yards per carry last season. Pitre was previously a running backs coach at Oregon State and Montana State.
      • Offensive Line: Dwayne Ledford (2021)
      • Tight Ends: Justin Peelle (2021)
    • Defensive Coordinator: Dean Pees (2021)
      • Defensive Line: Gary Emanuel (2021)
      • Linebackers: Frank Bush (2021)
      • Secondary: Jon Hoke (2021)
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Marquice Williams (2021)
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Baltimore Ravens

  • Head Coach: John Harbaugh (2008)
    • Offensive Coordinator: Greg Roman (2019)
      • Quarterbacks: James Urban (2018)
      • Wide Receivers: Tee Martin (2021)
      • Offensive Line: Joe D’Alessadris (2017)
    • Defensive Coordinator: Mike Macdonald – Macdonald spent 2021 as the defensive coordinator at Michigan, but spent the previous seven seasons on the Ravens coaching staff, working his way up from intern to linebackers coach. The Wolverines defense greatly improved in their lone season with Macdonald, jumping from 95th to ninth in points allowed per game.
      • Defensive Line/Run-Game Coordinator: Anthony Weaver (2021)
      • Inside Linebackers: Zach Orr – Orr also returns to Baltimore after a one-year hiatus. He spent 2021 as the outside linebackers coach in Jacksonville. Orr previously spent four years as a defensive analyst for the Ravens after spending three years as a member of the roster. He intercepted three passes and recorded 132 tackles in 2016.
      • Defensive Backs: D’Anton Lynn (2021)
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Chris Horton (2019)

Buffalo Bills

  • Head Coach: Sean McDermott (2017)
    • Offensive Coordinator: Ken Dorsey – Dorsey gets promoted to offensive coordinator from quarterbacks coach with Brian Daboll now the head coach of the Giants. He has nine years of experience as a quarterbacks coach, but this will be his first opportunity to call plays.
      • Quarterbacks: Joe Brady – Brady seemed like a slam-dunk head coaching candidate last year, but was fired midseason from his post as the Panthers offensive coordinator and finds himself as the Bills QB coach. Brady previously worked as an offensive assistant under Sean Payton in New Orleans and was the passing game coordinator for the 2019 NCAA Champion LSU Tigers.
      • Wide Receivers: Chad Hall (2019)
      • Offensive Line: Aaron Kromer – First hired as an offensive line coach back in 2002 by the Raiders, Kromer spent 2021 away from the game after not being retained by the Los Angeles Rams. He’s also been the offensive line coach for the Saints, Bills and Buccaneers over the past 20 seasons.
    • Defensive Coordinator/Assistant Head Coach: Leslie Frazier (2017)
      • Defensive Line: Eric Washington (2020)
      • Linebackers: Bob Babich (2017)
      • Defensive Backs/Passing Game Coordinator: John Butler – Butler has spent the past four seasons as the Bills defensive backs coach, but adds passing game coordinator to his title in 2022. He spent time as the secondary coach for the Houston Texans before being hired by his former high school teammate Sean McDermott.
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Matthew Smiley – Smiley spent the previous five seasons as the Bills’ assistant special teams coach. The Bills ranked fifth and 10th in Pro Football Focus’s special teams ratings over the past two seasons.

Carolina Panthers

  • Head Coach: Matt Rhule (2020)
    • Offensive Coordinator: Ben McAdoo – McAdoo will take over as the Panthers play-caller after spending 2021 as a consultant for the Dallas Cowboys. The former Giants head coach did experience success as a coordinator in 2014 and 2015, leading the Giants to finish 13th and 6th in points scored behind top-10 passing attacks.
      • Quarterbacks: Sean Ryan (2021)
      • Tight Ends: Kevin M. Gillbride – The son of the former Chargers head coach, Gillbride was previously the tight ends coach under McAdoo during his four seasons with the Giants. He was last a tight ends coach in 2019 for a Bears team that didn’t feature a single tight end with more than 100 receiving yards.
      • Offensive Line: James Campen – Campen spent over a decade as the offensive line coach in Green Bay, but the Panthers will be his fourth team in the last four years. His 2021 Texans offensive line ranked 24th on PFF in pass-blocking. However, the Panthers were even worse, ranking 28th.
    • Defensive Coordinator: Phil Snow (2020)
      • Defensive Line: Paul Pasqualoni – A 72-year-old whose coaching career started at Cheshire High School in 1972, Pasqualoni has a decade of NFL experience, including four years as a defensive coordinator. His 2019 defense with the Lions ranked 29th in pressure rate.
      • Defensive Pass-Game Coordinator/Secondary: Steve Wilks – Perhaps best known for his short stint as the Cardinals head coach, Wilks returns to Carolina where he previously spent five seasons as a defensive backs coach and one season as the defensive coordinator. He spent last season as the DC for Missouri.
      • Defensive Run-Game Coordinator: Al Holcomb (2020)
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Chris Tabor – Tabor has a decade of experience as a special teams coordinator, first with the Browns and most recently with the Bears. He was Chicago’s interim head coach for a week in 2021 when Matt Nagy tested positive for COVID-19. The Bears lost to the 49ers, 33-22, with Tabor at the helm.
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Chicago Bears

  • Head Coach: Matt Eberflus – 2022 will be the first head-coaching campaign for Eberflus who was the Colts’ defensive coordinator for the last four seasons. In his time with Indianapolis, the Colts defense ranked in the top-10 of points allowed three times.
    • Offensive Coordinator: Luke Getsy – Getsy spent the previous three seasons as the quarterbacks coach for the Packers, but was also a quality control coach and a wide receivers coach in Green Bay as well. He spent 2018 as the offensive coordinator for Mississippi State. The Bulldogs averaged 28.5 points per game that season.
      • Quarterbacks: Andrew Janocko – Janocko was the Vikings quarterbacks coach in 2021 after spending the previous six years in various roles for Minnesota. Kirk Cousins completed 66.3 percent of his passes and averaged 7.5 yards per attempt under Janocko.
      • Wide Receivers/Passing Game Coordinator: Tyke Tolbert – 2022 will be Tolbert’s 20th-consecutive season as a wide receivers coach in the NFL. Anquan Boldin under his guidance in 2003 and he coached for the Super Bowl 50 champion Broncos.
      • Offensive Line: Chris Morgan – Morgan spent six seasons as the Falcons offensive line coach from 2015 to 2020. During that time, Atlanta ranked in the top-10 of PFF”s pass-blocking rankings just once.
    • Defensive Coordinator: Alan Williams Williams was last a defensive coordinator in 2013 for the Vikings, who ranked last in the NFL in points allowed. He’s been exclusively a defensive backs coach otherwise, spending 13 seasons with the Colts and three seasons with the Lions.
      • Defensive Line: Travis Smith – Smith spent the past two seasons as the Raiders assistant defensive line coach. Vegas ranked fourth in the NFL in quarterback knockdowns last season.
      • Linebackers: Dave Borgonzi – Borgonzi also comes with Eberflus from the Colts after coaching their linebackers from 2018 through 2021. He coached Darius Leonard to four Pro Bowls and three first-team All Pro selections in that time.
      • Defensive Backs: James Rowe – Rowe was the Colts cornerbacks coach under Eberflus and has four years of NFL experience under his belt.
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Richard Hightower – Hightower was the 49ers special teams coordinator for the past five seasons. After ranking fourth in PFF”s special teams rankings in 2017, Hightower’s unit never ranked above 19th in the four subsequent seasons.

Cincinnati Bengals

  • Head Coach: Zac Taylor (2019)
    • Offensive Coordinator: Brian Callahan (2019)
      • Quarterbacks: Dan Pitcher (2020)
      • Wide Receivers: Troy Walters (2021)
      • Tight Ends: James Casey (2019)
      • Offensive Line/Run-Game Coordinator: Frank Pollack (2021)
    • Defensive Coordinator: Lou Anarumo (2019)
      • Defensive Line: Marion Hobby (2021)
      • Linebackers: James Bettcher – After spending five seasons with the Cardinals and Giants as a defensive coordinator, Bettcher was a senior defensive assistant with the 49ers in 2021. He previously coached linebackers for the Colts and Cardinals from 2012 through 2014.
      • Cornerbacks: Charles Burks – Burks was the Dolphins cornerbacks coach during the past two seasons. Under his guidance, the Dolphins intercepted 31 passes in that time span, leading the NFL in that category during 2020.
    • Special Teams Coordinator/Assistant Head Coach: Darrin Simmons (2020)

Cleveland Browns

  • Head Coach: Kevin Stefanski (2020)
    • Offensive Coordinator: Alex Van Pelt (2020)
      • Quarterbacks: Drew Petzing – 2022 will be Petzing’s first campaign as a quarterbacks coach after spending the previous two seasons as the Browns’ tight ends coach. He was the Vikings assistant quarterbacks coach back in 2018 when Kirk Cousins threw 30 touchdowns and just five interceptions.
      • 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/Assistant Head Coach: Mike Priefer (2019)

Dallas Cowboys

  • Head Coach: Mike McCarthy (2020)
    • Offensive Coordinator: Kellen Moore (2019)
      • Quarterbacks: Doug Nussmeier (2020)
      • Wide Receivers: Robert Prince – Prince spent seven seasons as the receivers coach for the Detroit Lions before moving on to the Houston Texans last season. He perhaps is most well known for acting as head coach for one game in 2020 after most of the Lions coaching staff was quarantined due to COVID-19. The Lions lost 47-7 to the Buccaneers.
      • Offensive Line: Joe Philbin (2020)
    • Defensive Coordinator: Dan Quinn (2021)
      • Defensive Line: Aden Durde (2021)
      • Linebackers: Scott McCurley (2020)
      • Secondary/Pass-Game Coordinator: Joe Whitt Jr. (2021)
      • Defensive Backs: Al Harris (2020)
    • Special Teams Coordinator: John Fassel (2020)
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Denver Broncos

  • Head Coach: Nathaniel Hackett – Hackett spent the past three seasons as the Packers offensive coordinator under Matt LaFleur. He also coordinated the Jaguars’ top-five scoring offense in 2017, but was fired midseason 2018.
    • Offensive Coordinator: Justin Outten – Following Hackett from Green Bay, the 38-year-old Outten spent the last three seasons as the Packers tight ends coach. Outten first joined the NFL as an intern in 2016 and spent three years with the Falcons. Prior to that, he was the offensive coordinator for Westfield High School in Houston for eight seasons.
      • Quarterbacks/Passing Game Coordinator: Klint Kubiak – Kubiak spent three years with the Broncos as an offensive assistant, but moved to Minnesota in 2019 and was the Vikings offensive coordinator in 2021. Kubiak’s father was the Broncos head coach for two seasons.
      • Running Backs: Tyrone Wheatley – Wheatley coached with Hackett in Jacksonville, coaching running backs for the League’s top rushing attack in 2017. The 1992 Big 10 Offensive Player of the Year spent the past three years as the head coach at Morgan State, going 5-18 in two seasons.
      • Wide Receivers: Zach Azzanni (2018)
      • Offensive Line: Butch Barry – Barry spent 2021 as the assistant offensive line coach in San Francisco, helping the o-line allow the 12-fewest sacks in the NFL. He worked with Outten and Hackett during the 2020 season as an analyst for the Packers. Previously he was the offensive line coach for the Miami Hurricanes and the assistant offensive line coach for Tampa Bay.
    • Defensive Coordinator: Ejiro Evero – 2022 will be Evero’s first as a defensive coordinator at any level. He spent the past four years working with the defensive backs for the Rams. He was also the defensive game passing coordinator in 2021 for a unit that ranked 15th in yards per attempt allowed and third in interceptions.
      • Defensive Line: Marcus Dixon – Dixon also comes from LA, where he was the assistant defensive line coach for one season. Prior to that, Dixon worked for four seasons at Hampton College as the defensive line coach and recruiting coordinator.
      • Linebackers: Peter Hanson – Hanson last coached in the NFL back in 2013 when he was a quality control coach alongside Evero with the 49ers. He was most recently the defensive coordinator for a UNLV defense that ranked 107th in the country in points per game allowed.
      • Defensive Backs: Christian Parker (2021)
      • Senior Defensive Assistant: Dom Capers – The long-time NFL coach has been a “senior defensive assistant” for three different teams since being fired as the Packers defensive coordinator in 2018. He spent 2019 in Jacksonville, 2020 in Minnesota and 2021 in Detroit.
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Dwayne Stukes – Stukes returns to the special teams coordinator role 11 years since he last held it for a single season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He earned a Super Bowl ring with the Rams last year as their assistant special teams coordinator.

Detroit Lions

  • Head Coach: Dan Campbell (2021)
    • Offensive Coordinator: Ben Johnson – Johnson gets promoted from tight ends coach with Anthony Lynn moving on to San Francisco. Johnson was promoted to “passing game coordinator” midseason 2021 while Dan Campbell was responsible for calling the offensive plays. It remains unclear which coach will call plays in 2022.
      • Quarterbacks: Mark Brunell (2021)
      • Running Backs/Assistant Head Coach: Duce Staley (2021)
      • Wide Receivers: Antwaan Randle El (2021)
      • Offensive Line: Hank Fraley (2020)
    • Defensive Coordinator: Aaron Glenn (2021)
      • Defensive Line: Todd Wash (2021)
      • Inside Linebackers: Kelvin Sheppard – Sheppard moves from outside linebackers coach to inside linebackers coach in his second year on the staff. Under his guidance, Charles Harris set career highs in sacks (7.5) and quarterback hits (16) in 2021.
      • Defensive Backs/Passing Game Coordinator: Aubrey Pleasant (2021)
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Dave Fipp (2021)

Green Bay Packers

  • Head Coach: Matt LeFleur (2019)
    • Offensive Coordinator: Adam Stenavich – Stenovich has been with the Packers since 2019, coaching the offensive line and coordinating the rushing attack. He gets the promotion to offensive coordinator with Nathaniel Hackett taking the head coaching job in Denver.
      • Quarterbacks: Tom Clements – This will be Clements’ second stint as the Packers’ QB coach, previously holding the title from 2006 to 2011. The former CFL quarterback has since been the Packers’ offensive coordinator (2012-14) and assistant head coach (2015-16). He was retired in 2021 after spending a pair of seasons as the passing game coordinator for the Arizona Cardinals.
      • Wide Receivers/Passing Game Coordinator: Jason Vrable (2020)
      • Offensive Line: Luke Butkus – The nephew of Hall of Fame linebacker Dick Butkus, Luke Butkus gets promoted from assistant offensive line coach with Stenavich moving up to offensive coordinator. He previously had two different stints as the o-line coach for the University of Illinois.
    • Defensive Coordinator: Joe Barry (2021)
      • Defensive Line: Jerry Montgomery (2018)
      • Inside Linebackers: Kirk Olivadotti (2019)
      • Outside Linebackers: Jason Rebrovich – Rebrovich returns to coaching after sitting out last season. He was the Jaguars’ defensive line coach for two seasons under Doug Marrone. The Jaguars ranked eighth in the NFL in sacks under Rebrovich in 2019.
      • Defensive Backs/Passing Game Coordinator: Jerry Gray (2021)
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Rich Bisaccia – After spending the second half of 2021 as the Raiders’ interim head coach, Bisaccia returns to special teams with the Packers. This will be his 21st consecutive season as a special teams coordinator since taking his first NFL job with the Buccaneers in 2002. He has his work cut out for him in Green Bay, the Packers special teams ranked 31st in PFF’s rankings last season.

Houston Texans

  • Head Coach: Lovie Smith – Smith takes over for David Culley, who was fired after just one season at the helm. The 2005 NFL Coach of the Year is now the head coach for his third different franchise after stints with the Bears and Buccaneers. Smith was the Texans defensive coordinator under Culley last season.
    • Offensive Coordinator: Pep Hamilton – Hamilton gets promoted from quarterbacks coach after spending 2021 in that role for the Texans. He was last an OC for the Colts from 2013 through 2015, ranking 11th and seventh in points per drive in his first two seasons with Andrew Luck.
      • Quarterbacks: Vacant
      • Running Backs: Danny Barrett (2018)
      • Wide Receivers/Pass Game Coordinator: Ben McDaniels – McDaniels takes on a bigger role in 2022 following one season as the Texans’ assistant wide receivers coach under Robert Prince, now with the Cowboys. McDaniels has been a wide receivers coach just twice in his career: 2003 at Warren G. Harding High School and 2014 at Rutgers.
      • Offensive Line: George Warhop – Warhop will enter his 30th-consecutive season as an offensive line coach since first taking a job at SMU in 1993. He’s held the position at Boston College and six NFL franchises since then. He previously spent two years with Smith on the Buccaneers staff in 2013-15. Warhop was the Jaguars o-line coach for the past three seasons.
    • Defensive Coordinator: Vacant (Smith runs the defense)
      • Defensive Line: Jacques Cesaire – The 10-year NFL vet comes over from the Bills, where he spent the past two seasons as their assistant defensive line coach. Buffalo led the NFL in pressure rate in 2021, 27 spots ahead of the Texans.
      • Linebackers: Miles Smith (2021)
      • Cornerbacks: Dino Vasso (2021)
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Frank Ross (2021)

Indianapolis Colts

  • Head Coach: Frank Reich (2018)
    • Offensive Coordinator: Marcus Brady (2021)
      • Quarterbacks: Scott Milanovich (2021)
      • Running Backs: Scottie Montgomery (2021)
      • Wide Receivers: Reggie Wayne – Following a season working in the media, the Colts legend returns to coach wide receivers eight years after retiring. The Colts receivers struggled last year with Michael Pittman gaining over 1000 yards, but no other player gained more than 400 as a pass-catcher.
      • Offensive Line: Chris Strausser (2019)
    • Defensive Coordinator: Gus Bradley – Bradley will try again with the third team to hire him as a coordinator since he was fired as the Jaguars head coach following the 2016 season. His units have gotten worse in each of the past five seasons, allowing the third-least points in 2017 to the seventh-most with the Raiders last season.
      • Defensive Line: Nate Ollie – Ollie has just three years of NFL coaching experience, all as an assistant defensive line coach, first with the Eagles and last year with the Jets. The Colts ranked 31st in pressure rate during the 2021 season.
      • Linebackers: Richard Smith – Smith has been with Bradley since 2017, following him from LA to Vegas to Indianapolis. Smith is perhaps most well-known for being the Falcons defensive coordinator during their Super Bowl run, however he was fired following their epic collapse.
      • Secondary: Ron Milus – Another LA/Vegas transplant, Milus has been coaching NFL defensive backs for over 20 years for seven different franchises.
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Raymond Ventrone (2018)
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Jacksonville Jaguars

  • Head Coach: Doug Pederson – Pederson spent five years as the head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles, winning Super Bowl 52 and finishing with a 42-37-1 record before being fired after the 2020 season.
    • Offensive Coordinator: Press Taylor – Taylor was Pederson’s quarterbacks coach and passing game coordinator during the end of his time in Philadelphia. The brother of Bengals head coach Zac Taylor, Press was an offensive assistant for the Colts last season, meaning he’s worked exclusively with Carson Wentz since the QB was drafted in 2016.
      • Quarterbacks: Mike McCoy – McCoy hasn’t been a quarterbacks coach since 2009, but has worked with Peyton Manning, Philip Rivers and was credited with creating a successful offense around Tim Tebow back in 2011.
      • Wide Receivers: Chris Jackson – A teammate of Pederson’s on the 2002-03 Packers, Jackson gets his first shot as a wide receivers coach in 2022 after being an assistant for the Bears for the past two seasons. DJ Chark is the last Jags receiver to top 900 yards and is currently a pending free agent.
      • Passing Game Coordinator: Jim Bob Cooter – The formers Lions offensive coordinator spent 2021 as a consultant for the Philadelphia Eagles. Another Peyton Manning favorite, Cooter coached the Hall of Famer in both Indianapolis and Denver before moving on to Detroit.
      • Offensive Line: Phil Rauscher – Rauscher was the Vikings offensive line coach in 2021 and his unit ranked fourth on PFF in pass-blocking, allowing Kirk Cousins to be sacked only 28 times.
    • Defensive Coordinator: Mike Caldwell – Another former teammate of Pederson’s, Caldwell gets his first chance to be a defensive coordinator in 2022 after spending the last decade coaching linebackers for the Eagles, Cardinals and Jets.
      • Defensive Line: Brentson Buckner – A former second-round pick, Buckner has been coaching defensive lines across the NFL since 2013. His unit with the Cardinals in 2021 ranked 10th in the NFL in pressure rate.
      • Inside Linebackers: Tony Gilbert – Gilbert gets a promotion after spending the past two seasons as the Jaguars assistant linebackers coach, his only two seasons of NFL experience. It’s pretty rare to see an assistant survive two different regime changes, especially in such a short time frame.
      • Cornerbacks/Passing Game Coordinator: Deshea Townsend – Townsend comes over from the Bears after coaching their secondary for three seasons. In 2021, the Bears allowed the highest passer rating to opposing quarterbacks in the NFL.
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Heath Farwell – Farwell was the Bills special teams coordinator for the past three seasons. PFF had his units ranked in the top-10 of their special teams rankings in each of his seasons in Buffalo.

Kansas City Chiefs

  • Head Coach: Andy Reid (2013)
    • Offensive Coordinator: Eric Bieniemy (2018)
      • Quarterbacks/Senior Assistant: Matt Nagy – Nagy heads back to Kansas City and reunites with Andy Reid after four seasons as the Bears head coach. Nagy got his start with Reid in Philadelphia and followed him to the Chiefs in 2013, first as the quarterbacks coach for three seasons then as the offensive coordinator for two.
      • Wide Receivers: Joe Bleymaier (2021)
      • Tight Ends: Tom Melvin (2013)
      • Offensive Line: Andy Heck (2013)
    • Defensive Coordinator: Steve Spagnuolo (2019)
      • Defensive Line: Joe Cullen – Cullen is back to coaching defensive line after one season as the Jaguars defensive coordinator. Previously, Cullen held this role for five years with the Ravens from 2016 to 2020.
      • Linebackers: Brendan Daly – Daly was the Chiefs defensive line coach for the last three seasons, but gets moved to linebackers for 2022. It’s a position he’s never specifically coached before with most of his resume featuring stops as tight ends and defensive line coach.
      • Defensive Backs: Dave Merritt (2019)
    • Special Teams Coordinator/Assistant Head Coach: Dave Toub (2018)

Las Vegas Raiders

  • Head Coach: Josh McDaniels – McDaniels takes over as head coach for Vegas after a decade running the Patriots’ offense. He was previously the Broncos head coach, but was fired midway through his second season with an 11-17 record.
    • Offensive Coordinator: Mick Lombardi – Lombardi follows McDaniels from New England, where he was the Patriots wide receivers coach for the past two seasons. The 33-year-old previously spent time with the 49ers and Jets as an offensive assistant.
      • Quarterbacks: Bo Hardegree – Hardegree was the Dolphins quarterbacks coach for three seasons from 2016 through 2018 under Adam Gase. He followed Gase to the Jets as an offensive assistant and held the same title with the Patriots last season.
      • Running Backs: Kennedy Polamalu – Polamalu spent the last five seasons as the Vikings running backs coach, but was let go following 2021. While Dalvin Cook certainly flourished under his watch, earning three Pro Bowl nods, the Vikings rushing attack ranked in the bottom half of the NFL in yards per carry three times.
      • Wide Receivers: Edgar Bennett (2018)
      • Offensive Line: Carmen Bricillo – After becoming the sole offensive line coach for the Patriots in 2021, Bricillo follows McDaniels to Vegas for the same job. New England’s offensive line ranked seventh in pass-blocking effiency in 2021.
    • Defensive Coordinator: Patrick Graham – Graham gets his second chance at being a defensive coordinator after a one-year stint with Miami back in 2019. Under Graham and Brian Flores, that Dolphins defense ranked last in passing touchdowns allowed and points per drive allowed.
      • Defensive Line: Frank Okam – After spending four years with Matt Rhule at Baylor and in Carolina, Okam heads west to join Vegas. Brian Burns and Haason Reddick flourished under Okam, setting career highs in sacks.
      • Linebackers: Antonio Pierce – This will be Pierce’s first NFL coaching job after coaching at Arizona State for the past four years. The former Giants linebacker was the Sun Devils linebackers coach, defensive coordinator and recruiting coordinator. He was also the head coach at Long Beach Poly High School for four seasons.
      • Defensive Passing Game Coordinator/Secondary: Jason Simmons – Simmons also comes over from Carolina after two seasons as their passing game coordinator. Under his watch in 2021, the Panthers were fourth in the NFL in passing yards allowed and sixth in net yards allowed per attempt.
      • Senior Defensive Assistant: Rob Ryan – The former Raiders defensive coordinator (2004-08) joins McDaniels’ staff after coaching linebackers for the Ravens in 2021. Ryan is one of the most experienced assistants in the NFL with 13 years of defensive coordinator experience under his (sizable) belt.
    • Special Teams Coordinator/Assistant Head Coach: Tom McMahon – McMahon has been a special teams coordinator for four different franchises over the past 13 years. He spent the previous four seasons with the Broncos, ranking 10th in PFF’s special teams rankings back in 2018.

Los Angeles Chargers

  • Head Coach: Brandon Staley (2021)
    • Offensive Coordinator: Joe Lombardi (2021)
      • Quarterbacks/Passing Game Coordinator: Shane Day (2021)
      • Wide Receivers: Chris Beatty (2021)
      • Tight Ends: Kevin Koger (2021)
      • Offensive Line: Brendan Nugent – Nugent was the Saints’ offensive line coach in 2021 after spending six seasons as an assistant tight ends coach. New Orleans ranked fourth in pass-blocking efficiency under Nugent last year.
    • Defensive Coordinator: Renaldo Hill (2021)
      • Defensive Line: Giff Smith (2016)
      • Linebackers: Michael Wilhoite (2021)
      • Secondary: Derrick Ansley (2021)
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Ryan Ficken – A long-time Vikings assistant, Ficken was Minnesota’s special team coordinator in 2021. His unit ranked ninth on PFF.
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Los Angeles Rams

  • Head Coach: Sean McVay (2017)
    • Offensive Coordinator: Liam Coen – Replacing Kevin O’Connell, who is now the Vikings head coach, Cohen returns to the Rams after one season as the offensive coordinator at the University of Kentucky. He coach three seasons under McVay previously, spending two as the assistant wide receivers coach and one as the assistant quarterbacks coach.
      • Running Backs/Assistant Head Coach: Thomas Brown (2020)
      • Wide Receivers: Eric Yarber (2017)
      • Offensive Line: Kevin Carberry (2021)
    • Defensive Coordinator: Raheem Morris (2021)
      • Defensive Line/Run-Game Coordinator: Eric Henderson (2021)
      • Linebackers: Chris Shula (2021)
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Joe DeCamillis (2021)
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Miami Dolphins

  • Head Coach: Mike McDaniel – A long-time assistant of Mike and Kyle Shanahan, McDaniel is a first-year head coach with just one year of coordinating experience on his resume. However, he is credited with unleashing Deebo Samuel in his hybrid role in 2021.
    • Offensive Coordinator: Frank Smith – Smith is a first-year coordinator who has spent most of his 11 years in the NFL coaching tight ends and offensive lines. He was the Chargers’ run game coordinator in 2021, leading an attack that ranked 17th in the NFL in yards per carry.
      • Quarterbacks/Passing Game Coordinator: Darrell Bevell – A two-time interim head coach, Bevell is best known for his stint as the Seahawks offensive coordinator from 2011 through 2017. He was last a quarterbacks coach in 2005 when he worked with Brett Favre and the Packers.
      • Associate Head Coach/Running Backs: Eric Studesville – Studesville is a holdover from the Brian Flores regime, moving from co-offensive coordinator to associate head coach while also keeping his running backs coach title. He has been a running backs coach in the NFL every year since 1997, save for the few weeks in 2010 where he took over as Broncos head coach following Josh McDaniels‘ firing.
      • Wide Receivers: Wes Welker – The former slot receiver returns to the place where his NFL career started after a three-year stint coaching receivers with the 49ers. Samuel was the only San Francisco wide receiver to top 800 yards in a season under Welker.
      • Assistant Head Coach/Tight Ends: Jon Embree – Embree also comes over from the 49ers, retaining his exact title that he had under Shanahan in San Francisco. Embree obviously worked with George Kittle during his four years in the Bay Area, but he did coach tight ends in Tampa Bay, Cleveland, Washington and Kansas City prior to that.
      • Offensive Line: Matt Applebaum – Applebaum moves to the NFL after spending two seasons as the offensive line coach at Boston College. He had three of his linemen drafted in the past two seasons, more than BC had produced in the prior decade.
    • Defensive Coordinator: Josh Boyer (2020)
      • Defensive Line: Austin Clark (2020)
      • Linebackers: Anthony Campanile (2020)
      • Cornerbacks/Pass Game Specialist: Sam Madison – The former cornerback was the Chiefs secondary coach for the previous three seasons. Under his watch, the Chiefs defense fell from fifth to 18th to 26th in net yards per attempt allowed from 2019 to last season.
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Danny Crossman (2019)

Minnesota Vikings

  • Head Coach: Kevin O’Connell – The latest McVay disciple to get a head coaching opportunity, O’Connell comes to Minnesota after two seasons as the Rams offensive coordinator. The 2008 third-round pick has just seven seasons of coaching experience after playing in two games during his four-year NFL career.
    • Offensive Coordinator: Wes Phillips – Phillips follows O’Connell from Los Angeles after coaching tight ends and coordinating the passing offense in 2021. The Rams were second in the NFL in net yards per pass attempt last season.
      • Quarterbacks: Chris O’Hara -The 31-year-old gets his first position coaching job after spending seven seasons as an offensive assistant for the Jaguars (2014-16. 2020), Commanders (2017-19) and Rams (2021). Previously, he got his first coaching jobs under Al Golden at Temple and Miami.
      • Running Backs/Run Game Coordinator: Curtis Modkins – Modkins was previously the offensive coordinator for the Bills (2010-12) and 49ers (2016), but has extensive experience coaching running backs for 14 seasons between college and the pros. He was last the running backs coach for the Broncos, leading a rushing attack that finished in the top-10 in yards per carry in two of his four seasons.
      • Wide Receivers: Keenan McCardell (2021)
      • Tight Ends/Pass Game Coordinator: Brian Angelichio – Angelichio joins up with O’Connell again after coaching tight ends under him for Washington back in 2019. The St. Lawrence University product has spent the past two seasons coaching tight ends for the Panthers. In those two years, Carolina tight ends combined for just 656 yards.
      • Offensive Line: Chris Kuper – A veteran of 79 games started in the NFL, Kuper will be a position coach for the first time in 2022 after spending the past three seasons as the Broncos’ assistant offensive line coach.
    • Defensive Coordinator: Ed Donatell – A 65-year-old who got his first coaching job at Kent State in 1979, Donatell was the Broncos defensive coordinator for the past three seasons under Vic Fangio. He was previously a coordinator for the Packers (2000-03) and Falcons (2004-06). In his decade of experience, Donatell has ranked in the top-12 of scoring defense five times.
      • Defensive Line: Chris Rumph – A two-time national champion as the defensive line coach at Alabama, Rumph was the Bears defensive line coach in 2021. Chicago ranked 23rd in the NFL in pressure rate last year.
      • Outside Linebackers/Pass Rush Specialist: Mike Smith – Smith comes from Green Bay, where he spent the previous three seasons as the Packers outside linebackers coach. Rashan Gary and Preston Smith combined for 18.5 sacks in 2021 under Smith’s direction.
      • Defensive Backs: Daronte Jones – Jones returns to Minnesota after a year spent as LSU’s defensive coordinator. Jones held this exact job under Mike Zimmer in 2020 and previous coach defensive backs for the Bengals and Dolphins. The LSU defense ranked 70th in the nation in points per game allowed and had just one defender with multiple interceptions.
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Matt Daniels – Daniels gets his first coordinator job after spending the previous four seasons as an assistant special teams coach for the Rams and Cowboys. Dallas’s 2021 special teams ranked 15th in PFF ratings.

New England Patriots

  • Head Coach: Bill Belichick (2000)
    • Senior Football Advisor: Matt Patricia (2021)
    • Offensive Coordinator: Vacant
      • Quarterbacks: Vacant
      • Running Backs: Ivan Fears (2002)
      • Running Backs: Vinnie Sunseri (2021)
      • Wide Receivers/Returners: Troy Brown (2021)
      • Offensive Line: Vacant
    • Defensive Coordinator: N/A (Belichick runs 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: Dennis Allen – Allen gets a second shot as a head coach a decade after he was hired by the Oakland Raiders. A long-time Saints defensive assistant who was the defensive coordinator for the previous seven years, Allen takes over after coaching back-to-back top-five units.
    • Offensive Coordinator: Pete Carmichael (2009)
      • Quarterbacks/Passing Game Coordinator: Ronald Curry (2021)
      • Wide Receivers: Kodi Burns – This will be Burns’ first NFL job after spending the previous six seasons coaching at Auburn (2016-20) and Tennessee (2021). Three wide receivers from Auburn were drafted from Burns’s time, including Darius Slayton.
      • Tight Ends/Run-Game Coordinator: Dan Roushar (2021)
      • Offensive Line: Doug Marrone – The former Bills and Jaguars head coach returns to the NFL after one year coaching the offensive line at Alabama. Marrone was actually the Saints offensive line coach back from 2006 through 2008 before he left to coach Syracuse.
    • Co-Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Line: Ryan Nielsen – Nielson adds the co-defensive coordinator title  this year after five seasons as the defensive line coach.
    • Co-Defensive Coordinator/Secondary: Kris Richard – Richard has only been with the Saints for one year, but also adds the co-defensive coordinator title with Allen moving up to the head coaching spot. Richard previously was the defensive coordinator for the Seahawks from 2015 through 2017.
      • Linebackers: Michael Hodges (2020)
    • Special Teams Coordinator/Assistant Head Coach: Darren Rizzi (2019)

New York Giants

  • Head Coach: Brian Daboll – Daboll travels east from Buffalo where he spent the past four seasons as the Bills offensive coordinator. His unit ranked second and third in the NFL in points scored in the past two seasons with Josh Allen and company.
    • Offensive Coordinator: Mike Kafka – Kafka joins the Giants after four seasons of being the quarterbacks coach for the Kansas City Chiefs. The former Eagles’ QB oversaw Patrick Mahomes‘ development into an MVP and four-time Pro Bowler.
      • Quarterbacks: Shea Tierney – Tierney has followed Daboll through two stops now after linking up with him back at Alabama in 2017. Tierney was the Crimson Tide’s offensive analyst, but graduated to the Bills’ assistant quarterbacks coach for the last two seasons under Daboll.
      • Running Backs: DeAndre Smith – This will be Smith’s first NFL coaching job after over 20 years of experience coaching running backs at the collegiate level. He spent the past three seasons at Texas Tech.
      • Wide Receivers: Mike Groh – Groh was the Eagles offensive coordinator for two seasons, but was fired following 2019 and spent the past two years coaching the Colts wide outs under Frank Reich. He did spend two stints coaching at Alabama, albeit well before Daboll’s lone season in Tuscaloosa.
      • Offensive Line: Bobby Johnson – Another Buffalo transplant, Johnson was the Bills offensive line coach for the previous three seasons. The Bills allowed just 15 sacks in 2021, good for the fourth-least in the NFL.
    • Defensive Coordinator: Don “Wink” Martindale – One of the more respected coordinators in the NFL, Martindale comes to the Giants after a decade in Baltimore, four years of which he was the defensive coordinator. Martindale’s units ranked second, fourth and fourth in points per drive allowed in his first three seasons, but fell to 13th in 2021.
      • Defensive Line: Andre Patterson – Patterson was the Vikings defensive line coach for the past eight years, also earning co-defensive coordinator and assistant head coach titles along the way. The 2021 Vikings ranked sixth in the NFL in pressure rate despite blitzing at the 12th-highest percentage.
      • Outside Linebackers: Drew Wilkins – Wilkins follows Martindale from Baltimore where he coached outside linebackers for the previous two seasons. He has over 12 seasons of NFL experience as an assistant coach.
      • Inside Linebackers: John Egorugwu – Egorugwu relinks with Daboll after spending 2021 as the linebackers coach at Vanderbilt. He was previously a defensive assistant with Buffalo during Daboll’s first three years there.
      • Defensive Backs: Jerome Henderson (2020)
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Thomas McGaughey (2018)

New York Jets

  • Head Coach: Robert Saleh (2021)
    • Offensive Coordinator: Mike LaFleur (2021)
      • Quarterbacks: Rob Calabrese (2021)
      • Wide Receivers: Miles Austin (2021)
      • Offensive Line/Run-Game Coordinator: John Benton (2021)
    • Defensive Coordinator: Jeff Ulbrich (2021)
      • Defensive Line: Aaron Whitecotton (2021)
      • Linebackers: Mike Rutenberg(2021)
      • Cornerbacks: Tony Oden (2021)
      • Safeties: Marquand Manuel (2021)
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Brant Boyer (2016)

Philadelphia Eagles

  • Head Coach: Nick Sirianni (2021)
    • Offensive Coordinator: Shane Steichen (2021)
      • Quarterbacks: Brian Johnson (2021)
      • Running Backs/Assistant Head Coach: Jemal Singleton (2021)
      • Wide Receivers: Aaron Moorehead (2020)
      • Tight Ends: Jason Michael (2021)
      • Offensive Line/Run-Game Coordinator: Jeff Stoutland (2013)
    • Defensive Coordinator: Jonathan Gannon (2021)
      • Defensive Line: Tracy Rocker (2021)
      • Linebackers: Nick Rallis (2021)
      • Defensive BacksDennard Wilson (2021)
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Michael Clay (2021)

Pittsburgh Steelers

  • Head Coach: Mike Tomlin (2007)
    • Offensive Coordinator: Matt Canada (2021)
      • Quarterbacks: Mike Sullivan (2021)
      • Wide Receivers: Frisman Jackson – A former Matt Rhule disciple who followed him from Temple to Baylor to the Panthers, Jackson enters his fourth season as an NFL wide receivers coach in 2022. D.J. Moore had over 1200 yards from scrimmage in each of Jackson’s seasons in Carolina.
      • Tight Ends: Alfredo Roberts (2021)
      • Offensive Line: Pat Meyer – Meyer also comes over from the Panthers after an abysmal 2021 in Carolina. The Panthers ranked 10th in pass-blocking efficiency in 2020, but fell to 28th in that category last season. Meyer was previously the offensive line coach for the Chargers (2017-19) and even spent a season as the offensive coordinator for the Montreal Alouettes.
    • Defensive Coordinator: Teryl Austin – This is Austin’s third attempt at being a defensive coordinator following stints with the Lions (2014-17) and Bengals (2018). Austin was actually fired midway through the 2018 season after his defense became the first in NFL history to allow over 500 yards in three-straight games. He’s spent the previous three seasons as the Steelers secondary coach.
      • Defensive Line: Karl Dunbar (2018)
      • Linebackers: Brian Flores – Perhaps the most recognizable position coach this season, Flores was the Dolphins head coach for the previous three seasons and sued the NFL in the offseason while trying to get another head coaching job. He coached the linebackers in New England for three seasons before moving to Miami.
      • Secondary: Grady Brown (2021)
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Danny Smith (2013)

San Francisco 49ers

  • Head Coach: Kyle Shanahan (2017)
    • Offensive Coordinator: N/A (Shanahan calls plays)
      • Quarterbacks: Brian Griese – After two years in the Monday Night Football broadcast booth, Griese takes his first coaching job in 2022. One half of the first father-son duo to win the Super Bowl, Griese was a backup in the NFL for a decade, getting drafted by Mike Shanahan, Kyle’s father, back in 1998.
      • Assistant Head Coach/Running Backs: Anthony Lynn – Lynn bolts to the Bay Area after one year in Detroit, taking over running backs for the first time in his career since 2016. Best known for spending four seasons as the Chargers head coach, Lynn was a running backs coach for a decade before that and got his first NFL job from Mike Shanahan as a special teams assistant in 2000.
      • Wide Receivers: Leonard Hankerson – Hankerson played under Shanahan for three seasons with Washington and now will get his first stab at being an NFL wide receivers coach following a one-year stint as a quality control assistant. He previously coached receivers at UMass for one season and Stephen F. Austin for two.
      • Offensive Line/Run Game Coordinator: Chris Foerster (2021)
      • Passing Game Coordinator: Bobby Slowik – With Mike McDaniel now in Miami, Slowik gets a promotion from passing game specialist to passing game coordinator without an offensive coordinator on the staff. Another guy who owes his career to the elder Shanahan, Slowik also spent three seasons as an analyst for Pro Football Focus before signing with the 49ers in 2017.
    • Defensive Coordinator: DeMeco Ryans (2021)
      • Defensive Line: Kris Kocurek (2019)
      • Linebackers: Johnny Holland (2021)
      • Defensive Pass-Game Specialist/Secondary: Cory Undlin (2021)
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Brian Schneider – Schneider was the Seahawks special teams coordinator for over a decade, but left in September of 2020 due to personal issues. He was hired by Jacksonville for the same role last offseason, but left in May, once again, due to personal reasons.

Seattle Seahawks

  • Head Coach: Pete Carroll (2010)
    • Offensive Coordinator: Shane Waldron (2021)
      • Quarterbacks: Dave Canales – Canales returns to the quarterbacks coach position after a two-year stint as Seattle’s passing game coordinator. He was the QB coach for two years and spent the prior eight as the Seahawks; wide receivers coach.
      • Run-Game Coordinator/Running Backs: Chad Morton – A Seahawks assistant for the past eight years, Morton adds the run-game coordinator title in 2022 after five seasons as Seattle’s running backs coach. Under his direction, Seattle ranked in the top-10 of yards per carry in four different times.
      • Pass-Game Coordinator/Wide Receivers: Sanjay Lal – Returning to the Seahawks after one year coaching the Jaguars wide receivers, Lal was previously an offensive assistant for Seattle in 2020, but has 12 years of experience coaching wide receivers in the NFL for six different teams.
      • Offensive Line: Andy Dickerson – Dickerson was the Seahawks’ run-game coordinator last year, but moves back to the offensive line after a long stint in a similar role with the Los Angeles Rams. The Rams ranked in the top-10 of sacks allowed in each of his final two seasons there.
    • Defensive Coordinator: Clint Hurtt – Hurtt gets the promotion to coordinator after being the assistant head coach/defensive line coach for the previous five seasons. He takes over for Ken Norton Jr. after Seattle ranked in the top-10 of points per drive allowed. It’s also worth noting that Sean Desai is on the staff as “Associate Head Coach/Defense” following one year as the Bears defensive coordinator.
      • Defensive Line/Defensive Ends: Aaron Curry (2020)
      • Defensive Line/Defensive Tackles: Damione Lewis (2020)
      • Linebackers: John Glenn
      • Passing Game Coordinator/Defensive Backs: Karl Scott – Scott has been in the NFL for just one season, coaching the Vikings defensive backs in 2021, but previously coached DBs for Alabama for three seasons prior, winning a National Championship in 2020.
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Larry Izzo (2020)

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

  • Head Coach: Todd Bowles – Bowles gets the promotion to head coach after Bruce Arians’s surprise retirement. The former defensive coordinator was the Jets’ head coach for four seasons, going 10-6 in his first campaign, but compiling a 24-40 record overall. In his time with the Buccaneers, Bowles’s defenses have ranked in the top-10 of DVOA in every season.
    • Offensive Coordinator: Byron Leftwich (2019)
      • Quarterbacks: Clyde Christensen (2019)
      • Wide Receivers: Kevin Garver (2019)
      • Offensive Line: Joe Gilbert (2019)
    • Defensive Coordinator: Vacant
      • Defensive Line: Kacy Rodgers (2019)
      • Outside Linebackers: Bob Sanders – Not to be confused with the 2007 Defensive Player of the Year, Sanders returns to coaching after two years away following a stint as the defensive coordinator for the Orlando Apollos in the failed AAF. The 68-year-old last coached in the NFL for Arians as his linebackers coach for the Arizona Cardinals from 2015 through 2017.
      • Inside Linebackers: Larry Foote – The long-time Steelers linebacker moves from outside linebackers coach to inside linebackers coach for 2022. He has coached exclusively with Arians throughout his career, working his way up from assistant linebackers coach with Arizona in 2015.
      • Cornerbacks: Kevin Ross (2019)
    • Special Teams Coordinator: Keith Armstrong (2019)

Tennessee Titans

  • Head Coach: Mike Vrabel (2018)
    • Offensive Coordinator: Todd Downing (2021)
      • Quarterbacks: Pat O’Hara (2018)
      • Running Backs: Todd Dews (2018)
      • Offensive Line: Keith Carter (2018)
    • Defensive Coordinator: Shane Bowen (2021)
      • Defensive Line: Terrell Williams (2018)
      • Inside Linebackers: Bobby King – King was the Texans defensive line coach in 2021, but spent the previous four seasons working with outside (2017) and inside (2018-20) linebackers. He worked with both Vrabel and Bowen during his time in Houston.
      • Secondary: Anthony Midget (2020)
      • Senior Defensive Assistant: Jim Schwartz (2021)
    • 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)
      • Tight Ends: Juan Castillo – Castillo will coach tight ends for the first time since a one-year stint for the Eagles in 1997. Most of his experience comes as an offensive line coach, a position he’s held for 18 years across three difference franchises. Castillo and Rivera were both assistants for Andy Reid two decades ago.
      • 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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