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Tim Hauck

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Tim Hauck begins his first season on the Eagles coaching staff and will serve as the team’s safeties coach. This will be Hauck’s second stint in Philadelphia, as he also played safety for the Birds from 1999-2002.

Most recently, Hauck served as the defensive coordinator and cornerbacks coach for UNLV from 2013-14, where he worked alongside his brother Bobby, who was the Rebels head coach at the time.

Prior to coaching, Hauck enjoyed a 13-year career in the NFL. In 183 career regular-season games, Hauck made 28 starts while compiling 357 tackles (223 solo), one interception, 16 passes defensed, six forced fumbles and four fumble recoveries. A standout on special teams, Hauck logged 162 career special teams tackles.

Hauck spent four years (1999-2002) with the Eagles, where he played in 51 games with 18 starts, while logging 158 tackles (78 solo), an interception, seven passes defensed, three forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries. Hauck starred on special teams for the Birds during his time in Philadelphia and notched 47 tackles.

Hauck’s most extensive NFL defensive action came in his first season with Philadelphia (1999), when he started at strong safety alongside Brian Dawkins and finished second on the team with a career-high 122 tackles.

Tim Hauck begins his first season on the Eagles coaching staff and will serve as the team’s safeties coach. This will be Hauck’s second stint in Philadelphia, as he also played safety for the Birds from 1999-2002.

Most recently, Hauck served as the defensive coordinator and cornerbacks coach for UNLV from 2013-14, where he worked alongside his brother Bobby, who was the Rebels head coach at the time.

Prior to coaching, Hauck enjoyed a 13-year career in the NFL. In 183 career regular-season games, Hauck made 28 starts while compiling 357 tackles (223 solo), one interception, 16 passes defensed, six forced fumbles and four fumble recoveries. A standout on special teams, Hauck logged 162 career special teams tackles.

Hauck spent four years (1999-2002) with the Eagles, where he played in 51 games with 18 starts, while logging 158 tackles (78 solo), an interception, seven passes defensed, three forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries. Hauck starred on special teams for the Birds during his time in Philadelphia and notched 47 tackles.

Hauck’s most extensive NFL defensive action came in his first season with Philadelphia (1999), when he started at strong safety alongside Brian Dawkins and finished second on the team with a career-high 122 tackles.
 

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