Offensive Line

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Barret Robbins - Raider Center
3rd of 31 teams in the NFL, thanks to a strong offensive line which included Robbins playing between Steve Wisniewski at left guard and Mo Collins at ... York Jets again with 399 total yards, with an offensive line composed of Robbins, Frank Middleton and Mo Collins at guard, Barry Sims and Lincoln Kennedy at tackle ... The Raiders then beat with the same offensive line the Tennessee Titans in the AFC championship game, gaining 375 total yards ...
Larry Zierlein - Biography - Coaching Career
... game at the University of Houston where he served as offensive line coach for nine seasons ... With the Knights he held the title of offensive coordinator under Mouse Davis as well as coaching the offensive line ... Zierlein spent two years at LSU, coaching the offensive line under head coach Curley Hallman ...
Steve Loney
... He is currently offensive line assistant with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers ... He was the offensive line coach for the Minnesota Vikings from 2003–2005, the Arizona Cardinals in 2006, and the St ... Additionally, his highest coaching assignment in the NFL was as the offensive coordinator of the Vikings in 2005 under head coach Mike Tice ...
Brad Seely - Coaching Career - College
... graduate assistant in 1979 and was promoted to offensive line coach in 1979 ... Seely also spent a year in 1981 with current Patriots offensive line coach Dante Scarnecchia at Southern Methodist University as an assistant ... In 1982, Seely was an offensive line coach for North Carolina State University, then moved to University of the Pacific in the same capacity for 1983 ...
Clancy Barone - Coaching History
2011 - Tight Ends, Denver Broncos 2010 - Offensive Line, Denver Broncos 2009 - Tight Ends Denver Broncos 2007-08 Tight Ends, San Diego Chargers 2005-06 - Tight Ends, Atlanta Falcons 2004 - Offensive Line ...

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