Tom Keane - Coaching Career

Coaching Career

Keane served as an assistant for the Chicago Cardinals from 1957-1959. From 1962-1964 he served as Head Coach of the Wheeling Ironmen of the United Football League. Then he went back to the NFL to the Pittsburgh Steelers as an assistant in 1965. He served as a longtime assistant to the Miami Dolphins where he coached from 1966-1985. He was one of the assistants on the 1972 undefeated Miami Dolphins team under head coach Don Shula.

  • 1957-1959 Chicago Cardinals (DB)
  • 1962-1964 Wheeling Ironmen (HC)
  • 1965 Pittsburgh Steelers (DB)
  • 1966-1975 Miami Dolphins (DB)
  • 1976-1983 Miami Dolphins (DB/ST)
  • 1984 Miami Dolphins (DB)
  • 1985 Miami Dolphins (ST)

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