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Greg Austin
Assistant Offensive Line Coach

Biography

Greg Austin was hired as the Eagles assistant offensive line coach during the 2013 offseason.

In his first season in Philadelphia, Austin was part of an offense that helped set franchise records in points, total net yards, touchdowns, passing yards and fewest turnovers. Austin helped the Eagles offensive line garner two All-Pro and Pro Bowl berths (Jason Peters and Evan Mathis).

Austin was a member of Chip Kelly's staff at Oregon, serving as the offensive graduate assistant the previous two seasons (2011-12). Austin was a part of the coaching staff that went 24-4 (.857) over the past two years, including a 25-17 win over Kansas State in this year's Fiesta Bowl and a 45-38 win over Wisconsin in the 2012 Rose Bowl. He was also a coaching intern for Oregon in 2010.

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Greg Austin was hired as the Eagles assistant offensive line coach during the 2013 offseason.

In his first season in Philadelphia, Austin was part of an offense that helped set franchise records in points, total net yards, touchdowns, passing yards and fewest turnovers. Austin helped the Eagles offensive line garner two All-Pro and Pro Bowl berths (Jason Peters and Evan Mathis).

Austin was a member of Chip Kelly's staff at Oregon, serving as the offensive graduate assistant the previous two seasons (2011-12). Austin was a part of the coaching staff that went 24-4 (.857) over the past two years, including a 25-17 win over Kansas State in this year's Fiesta Bowl and a 45-38 win over Wisconsin in the 2012 Rose Bowl. He was also a coaching intern for Oregon in 2010.

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