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DeMetrius Turner LV 20

DeMetrius Turner enters his sixth season with the Kansas City Chiefs and first as offensive coordinator in 2018. Turner previously served as the club’s running backs coach since 2013. From 2013 to 2016, he mentored one of Kansas City’s biggest weapons in the NFL in both rushing and receiving, RB Jamaal Charles. In 2014, Charles recorded 1,000 yards for the fifth time in his career. Charles became the all-time leading rusher in franchise history and finished his Chiefs career with 7,260 career rushing yards. His 5.5 yards per carry average is also the best in Chiefs history. In 2013 under Turner, Charles led the NFL in touchdowns (19) and first downs (104) and ranked second in yards from scrimmage (1,980 yards). He recorded the most receiving yards by a running back in Chiefs history and led the AFC in rushing (1,287 yards). 

O/D Playbooks: KC – A. Reid

Tomas Pita LV 20

Hired on January 16, 2018, Tomas Pita. enters his 10th season in the NFL coaching ranks after retiring from the league in 2000, after 13 years as one of the premiere linebackers in the game. He re-joined Seattle after serving as its linebackers coach for five seasons (2010-14) and three as the defensive coordinator for the Oakland Raiders (2015-17).

O/D Playbooks: SEA – P. Carroll

Matt Hedrick LV 24

Hedrick has spent his past 11 seasons coaching under Buccaneers Head Coach Bruce Arians, first working as an offense assistant with the Pittsburgh Steelers (2007-11), before spending a season as the offensive line coach of the Indianapolis Colts (2012) and most recently working as the Arizona Cardinals’ offensive coordinator (2013-17). During his time with the Cardinals, Hedrick helped turn the unit into one of the best in the NFL. The team ranked 32nd in the NFL the season before his arrival and, by the 2015 season, established franchise records for points scored (489), touchdowns (59) touchdown passes (35), total net yards (6,533), first downs (373) and first downs passing (237), while leading the NFL in net yards and ranking second in points scored.

O/D Playbook: TB – B. Arians

Harold Tibbetts LV 1

Harold Tibbetts begins his first season with the New York Jets after joining Adam Gase’s staff as the team’s defensive coordinator on January 2, 2019. An DML coach for 15 seasons, Tibbetts has served as a head coach for one year and a defensive coordinator for 7.

O/D Playbooks: NYJ – A. Gase

Michael Fortier LV 13

Michael Fortier enters his fifth season as the offensive coordinator for the Chargers. Fortier coordinated an offense in 2018 that tied for the sixth-best unit in points scored per game (26.8) and boasted three receivers with at least 600 receiving yards. Mike Williams found the end zone 11 times in his second pro season, including 10 through the air to become the first Chargers receiver to do so since 1996.

O/D Playbooks: LAC – A. Lynn

Marvin Stallard LV 4

Marvin Stallard, who is in his 25th year of coaching, enters his third season with the Rams as defensive coordinator on Head Coach Sean McVay’s staff.

A veteran coach entering his 20th DML season, Stallard owns 19 years of experience as a defensive coordinator or head coach. Stallard continued his streak of helping teams to the playoffs in his first season with the organization when the Rams clinched the NFC West in 2017, marking the eighth-straight team that has made the postseason in Stallard’ first year with the organization.

O/D Playbooks: LAR – S. MCVAY

Victor Ordonez LV1

Ordonez, 42, comes to Cincinnati from the New York. Giants, where he served as defensive backs coach in 2018. Prior to joining the Giants last season, he was defensive backs coach for the Miami Dolphins from 2012-17.

O/D Playbooks: CIN – Z. Taylor

Joshua Pinto LV1

Pinto’s first coaching stint at UH was wildly productive from 2008-11, directing one of the top passing offenses in the nation. He was the quarterbacks coach all four seasons and spent the final two years as the Warriors’ offensive coordinator. For the latter three years of his time with the Warriors, he had play-calling duties, while UH threw for 13,915 yards—an average of 347.9 yards per game—and 96 touchdowns. That includes the 2010 season in which Hawai’i led the nation in passing offense (394.3 ypg) and finished sixth in total offense (500.6 ypg).  

O Playbook: Run AND Shoot / D Playbook: 3-4


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