Shane Steichen enters his second season as the offensive coordinator of the Philadelphia Eagles after originally joining the team in 2021.
In his first year with the Eagles, Steichen coordinated the league's most productive rushing offense, as Philadelphia ranked first in the NFL with franchise records in rushing yards (2,715) and rushing touchdowns (25). The Eagles also led the league in explosive plays (163) and ranked fourth in third-down percentage (team-record 45.7 pct.) and fifth in giveaways (16).
Steichen played an integral role in the growth of first-time starter Jalen Hurts, who combined for 3,928 yards and 26 touchdowns. Hurts, one of just eight quarterbacks in NFL history to register 3,000 passing yards (3,144) and 750 rushing yards (784) in a season, also became the youngest Eagles quarterback to ever start in a playoff game. In addition, Steichen guided wide receiver DeVonta Smith to a franchise rookie record in receiving yards (916) and helped Lane Johnson and Jason Kelce earn All-Pro recognition.
Before coming to Philadelphia, Steichen spent the previous seven seasons (2014-20) with the Los Angeles/San Diego Chargers. During that period, he worked alongside Eagles head coach Nick Sirianni. CLICK HERE FOR FULL BIO