The following former Maryland players served as assistant coaches in the NFL. Individuals who also served as head coaches are not included.
- Chuck Faucette
- Ralph Friedgen
- Joe Gardi
- Ralph Hawkins
- Stan Jones
- Tommy Mont
- Frank Reich
- John Tice
- Vic Turyn
The following former Maryland players served as assistant coaches in another professional league.
- Chuck Faucette, CFL
- Bob Ward, CFL
- Ken Mastrole, af2
- Scott Milanovich, CFL and NFL Europe
- Joe Moss, CFL and AFL
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