Tyler Brown enters his first season as the Philadelphia Eagles' special teams quality control coach.
Tyler Brown enters his first season as the Philadelphia Eagles' special teams quality control coach. He spent the previous five years (2016-20) at the University of Michigan, serving as a special teams graduate assistant (2019-20) and special teams analyst (2016-18).
As a member of head coach Jim Harbaugh's coaching staff, Brown helped guide the Wolverines to Top 12 special teams rankings during the 2016 (third), 2018 (12th) and 2019 (fourth) seasons. He also guided punters Kenny Allen (2016), Will Hart (2018-19) and Brad Robbins (2020) and kicker Quinn Nordin (2017) to All-Big Ten recognition. In 2018, Hart earned All-America honors under Brown's tutelage.
From 2014-15, Brown worked as a special teams consultant at Temple University under head coach Matt Rhule.
Brown was mentored by his father, Randy, who has been a kicking consultant for over 30 years at the NFL and collegiate levels. Randy is currently a special teams coach with the Baltimore Ravens and previously worked with Philadelphia during the 2004-05 seasons.
While at Rowan University, Brown privately trained specialists and established a track record of working with some of the top high school kickers in New Jersey. In that capacity, he coached multiple specialists to all-conference and all-state honors.
A native of Marlton, NJ, Brown graduated from Rowan in 2014 with a bachelor's degree in education and spent time teaching health and physical education at Berlin Community School. He also prepped at Camden Catholic High School in Cherry Hill, NJ.
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