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Justin Peelle
Tight Ends Coach

Biography

Justin Peelle was hired by the Eagles to be the assistant tight ends coach on February 8, 2013 and was promoted to his current position of tight ends coach on January 19, 2015.

Peelle’s two seasons as an assistant tight ends coach, the Eagles offense has been one of the most productive in the NFL as they rank 2nd in points, total yards, and rushing yards and 1st in plays of 20 yards over that time period. The tight end group has been productive along the way. Veteran Brent Celek had 32 catches in 2013, 2nd-year pro Zach Ertz ranked third on the team with 58 receptions for 702 yards, while James Casey contributed with two touchdowns.

Peelle is a veteran of 10 NFL seasons as a tight end for San Diego (2002-05), Miami (2006-07), Atlanta (2008-10), and San Francisco (2011) and joined the Eagles as an assistant tight ends coach in 2013. He was a 4th round draft choice of the Chargers in 2002. While earning his degree in political science at the University of Oregon, Peelle earned first-team All-Pac 10 honors as a senior and was a four-time All-Academic Team selection.

Justin Peelle was hired by the Eagles to be the assistant tight ends coach on February 8, 2013 and was promoted to his current position of tight ends coach on January 19, 2015.

Peelle’s two seasons as an assistant tight ends coach, the Eagles offense has been one of the most productive in the NFL as they rank 2nd in points, total yards, and rushing yards and 1st in plays of 20 yards over that time period. The tight end group has been productive along the way. Veteran Brent Celek had 32 catches in 2013, 2nd-year pro Zach Ertz ranked third on the team with 58 receptions for 702 yards, while James Casey contributed with two touchdowns.

Peelle is a veteran of 10 NFL seasons as a tight end for San Diego (2002-05), Miami (2006-07), Atlanta (2008-10), and San Francisco (2011) and joined the Eagles as an assistant tight ends coach in 2013. He was a 4th round draft choice of the Chargers in 2002. While earning his degree in political science at the University of Oregon, Peelle earned first-team All-Pac 10 honors as a senior and was a four-time All-Academic Team selection.

 

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