Nick Rallis enters his second season as the linebackers coach of the Philadelphia Eagles after originally joining the team in 2021.
In his first year with the team, Rallis contributed to a defense that allowed the fifth-fewest explosive plays (117), ninth-fewest rushing yards per game (107.9) and 10th-fewest total yards per game (328.8) in the NFL. Under his guidance, Alex Singleton (team-high 130) and T.J. Edwards (125) posted the fourth- and sixth-most tackles by any Eagle since at least 1991, respectively. The duo finished as two of five NFL players to total 125 tackles, one interception and one fumble recovery in the regular season.
Prior to Philadelphia, Rallis served as a defensive quality control/assistant linebackers coach with the Minnesota Vikings from 2018-20.
During the 2020 season, he assisted the only pair of linebacker teammates in the NFL to each record 100-plus tackles and three interceptions – Eric Wilson and Eric Kendricks. Wilson led the team with 121 tackles, while adding eight passes defensed, three sacks, three interceptions, two fumble recoveries and one forced fumble. Kendricks totaled 107 tackles, six passes defensed and three interceptions. CLICK HERE FOR FULL BIO