Jason Michael enters the 20th season of his coaching career, including his second as the Philadelphia Eagles' tight ends coach.
In his first year with the Eagles, Michael facilitated a breakout campaign by Dallas Goedert, who totaled the fifth-most receiving yards (career-high 830) among NFL tight ends. Goedert also led all tight ends in receiving firstdown percentage (75.0 pct.) and ranked second in yards per reception (career-high 14.8). In addition, Michael developed Jack Stoll, who was the only undrafted rookie to make Philadelphia's roster out of training camp and was instrumental in Tyree Jackson's transition from quarterback to tight end.
During the 2019-20 seasons, Michael served as the Indianapolis Colts' tight ends coach, working under Eagles head coach and former Colts offensive coordinator Nick Sirianni. Over that two-year stretch, Indianapolis' tight ends combined to rank fifth in the AFC among their position group in receptions (168, 10th in the NFL) and yards (1,862, ninth in the NFL). CLICK HERE FOR FULL BIO