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Eugene Chung
Asst. Offensive Line/Tight Ends/Run Game Coach

Biography

Eugene Chung rejoined the Eagles coaching staff during the 2016 offseason, having previously served as an offensive line assistant for the Birds from 2010-12. Chung returns to Philadelphia after spending the last three seasons as an assistant offensive line coach for the Kansas City Chiefs, where he worked under current Eagles head coach Doug Pederson.

In Chung’s three seasons coaching the Chiefs offensive line, Kansas City ranked first in the NFL in rushing touchdowns (54), third in yards per carry (4.64) and seventh in total rushing yards (6,018). In 2015, the Chiefs closed the regular season with a 10-game winning streak, a span during which they ranked tied for first in the NFL in rushing touchdowns (14) and fourth in rushing yards per game (143.8).

Prior to his tenure in Kansas City, Chung served as an offensive line assistant with the Eagles from 2010-12, where he worked under two of the most respected offensive line coaches in the NFL, Juan Castillo and Howard Mudd. Originally a first-round draft pick (13th overall) of the New England Patriots in 1992, Chung enjoyed a six-year playing career that included stops in New England (1992-94), Jacksonville (1995), Indianapolis (1997), Kansas City (1998-99) and Philadelphia (2000).

Before entering the NFL, Chung played collegiately at Virginia Tech from 1987-91, earning All-America and All-Big East honors as a senior. In three of his seasons, Chung was voted the Hokies’ Most Outstanding Lineman and named a team captain. In 2008, he was inducted into Virginia Tech’s Sports Hall of Fame.

Eugene Chung rejoined the Eagles coaching staff during the 2016 offseason, having previously served as an offensive line assistant for the Birds from 2010-12. Chung returns to Philadelphia after spending the last three seasons as an assistant offensive line coach for the Kansas City Chiefs, where he worked under current Eagles head coach Doug Pederson.

In Chung’s three seasons coaching the Chiefs offensive line, Kansas City ranked first in the NFL in rushing touchdowns (54), third in yards per carry (4.64) and seventh in total rushing yards (6,018). In 2015, the Chiefs closed the regular season with a 10-game winning streak, a span during which they ranked tied for first in the NFL in rushing touchdowns (14) and fourth in rushing yards per game (143.8).

Prior to his tenure in Kansas City, Chung served as an offensive line assistant with the Eagles from 2010-12, where he worked under two of the most respected offensive line coaches in the NFL, Juan Castillo and Howard Mudd. Originally a first-round draft pick (13th overall) of the New England Patriots in 1992, Chung enjoyed a six-year playing career that included stops in New England (1992-94), Jacksonville (1995), Indianapolis (1997), Kansas City (1998-99) and Philadelphia (2000).

Before entering the NFL, Chung played collegiately at Virginia Tech from 1987-91, earning All-America and All-Big East honors as a senior. In three of his seasons, Chung was voted the Hokies’ Most Outstanding Lineman and named a team captain. In 2008, he was inducted into Virginia Tech’s Sports Hall of Fame.