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Past NFL Coach Staffs


2018 EAST HEAD COACH
JONATHAN HAYES of the Cincinnati Bengals

Jonathan Hayes has spent the past 15 seasons (2003-present) as the Bengals’ tight ends coach. Over Hayes’ tenure, his tight ends have contributed to the run-blocking efforts for eight 1,000-yard rushers and two players (TYLER EIFERT and JERMAINE GRESHAM) earned Pro Bowl nods under his tutelage. A 12-year NFL veteran with the Kansas City Chiefs (1985-1993) and Pittsburgh Steelers (1994-96), Hayes appeared in 184 career games with 122 starts, recording 153 catches for 1,718 yards and 13 touchdowns.


2018 EAST POSITION COACHES

RICHARD ANGULO, Baltimore Ravens, OL

DAVE BORGONZI, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, DC

BOBBY ENGRAM, Baltimore Ravens, OC


SKYLER FULTON, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, ST

ZACK GROSSI, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, QB

CANNON MATTHEWS, Washington Redskins, LB

DAN PITCHER, Cincinnati Bengals, WR

JAMES ROWE III, Washington Redskins, DB

CHAD WADE, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, S&C

ANDREW WEIDINGER, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, TE

DREW WILKINS, Baltimore Ravens, DL

OMAR YOUNG, Green Bay Packers, RB




2018 WEST HEAD COACH
BOBBY JOHNSON of the Oakland Raiders


Bobby Johnson is a 23-year coaching veteran at both the professional and collegiate levels and has spent the past three seasons (2015-17) as the Raiders’ tight ends coach. Prior to joining Oakland’s staff, Johnson spent five seasons with the Detroit Lions (2013-14), Jacksonville Jaguars (2013) and Buffalo Bills (2010-11). A native of Akron, OH, Johnson played tackle at Miami (Ohio), starting on the offensive line for three seasons from 1992-94.


2018 WEST POSITION COACHES

DANNY BREYER, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, LB

ROBERT COUCH, Cincinnati Bengals, TE

WILL HARRIGER, Seattle Seahawks, OC

CHRIS HARRIS, Los Angeles Chargers, DC

MARCUS LEWIS, Cincinnati Bengals, DL

D’ANTON LYNN, Los Angeles Chargers, DB

DAVID RAIH, Green Bay Packers, QB

MARK RIDGLEY, Los Angeles Chargers, RB

PAT RUEL, Seattle Seahawks, OL

DAN SHAMASH, Los Angeles Chargers, WR

JOE VAUGH, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, S&C

MARQUICE WILLIAMS, Los Angeles Chargers, ST



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2017 EAST HEAD COACH
BRENTSON BUCKNER of the ARIZONA CARDINALS


Veteran NFL defensive lineman, Brentson Buckner was with the Arizona Cardinals for four years after joining the team as defensive line coach on Feb. 5, 2013. A second-round pick (50th overall) of the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 1994 NFL Draft out of Clemson, Buckner played in 174 games (127 starts) in his 12-year NFL career with Pittsburgh (1994-96), Cincinnati (1997), San Francisco (1998-2000) and Carolina (2001-05). He had 31 sacks, two interceptions, five forced fumbles and seven fumble recoveries in his career.

In 2015, Buckner helped defensive tackle Calais Campbell earn his second consecutive Pro Bowl selection and he tutored defensive tackle Rodney Gunter, who became a regular starter during his rookie season. The Cardinals fielded one of the NFL’s top defenses in 2015, finishing the year with the NFL’s fifth-ranked defense overall. The unit ranked second in the NFL with 33 total takeaways and tied Kansas City for the league lead with six defensive TDs. Arizona also ranked sixth in run defense (91.3 ypg) and seventh in points allowed per game (19.6) last season.

In January 2017, Buckner served as head coach of the East team. Buckner has since been hired as a defensive line coach for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.


2017 EAST POSITION COACHES

RICHARD ANGULO, Baltimore Ravens

TIM BERBENICH, Indianapolis Colts

CHASE BLACKBURN, Carolina Panthers

BOBBY ENGRAM, Baltimore Ravens

CURTIS FULLER, Carolina Panthers


FRANK GIUFRE, Indianapolis Colts

DAVID LIPPINCOTT, Cincinnati Bengals

SAM MILLS III, Carolina Panthers

DUCE STALEY, Philadelphia Eagles

PRESS TAYLOR, Philadelphia Eagles

DINO VASSO, Philadelphia Eagles

CHAD WADE, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

BRAD WHITE, Indianapolis Colts



2017 WEST HEAD COACH
GEORGE EDWARDS of the MINNESOTA VIKINGS


George Edwards is a Minnesota Vikings defensive coordinator and has overseen the rise of the Vikings defense to the #1 spot in the NFL in 2017 after inheriting a group that was #31 in NFL total defense in 2013. The 2017 Vikings had 3 defenders earn Associated Press All-Pro honors and 4 be tabbed as Pro Bowlers. The stout defense was #1 in the NFL in both yards allowed and points allowed and keyed the club’s run to a 13-3 regular season, the NFC North title and a berth in the NFC Championship game. Edwards’ stint with the Vikings marks his 3rd as an NFL defensive coordinator after working in Washington (2003) and Buffalo (2010-2011) in the same capacity. The 2018 season is Edwards’ 21st season in the NFL and 29th season as a coach, all spent on the defensive side of the ball.

In January 2017, Edwards served as head coach of the West team. Edwards is currently in his 5th season as Vikings Defensive Coordinator.


2017 WEST POSITION COACHES

DAVE BORGONZI, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

LARRY FOOTE, Arizona Cardinals

HANK FRALEY, Minnesota Vikings

ANDREW JANOCKO, Minnesota Vikings

JEMAL SINGLETON, Indianapolis Colts

KEVIN STEFANSKI, Minnesota Vikings

DESHEA TOWNSEND, Tennessee Titans

CAMERON TURNER, Carolina Panthers

JOE VAUGHN, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

DREW WILKINS, Baltimore Ravens

GREG WILLIAMS, Indianapolis Colts

MARQUICE WILLIAMS, San Diego Chargers