Eric Dickerson enters his third overall year with the Philadelphia Eagles. He was named an offensive quality control coach during the 2022 offseason after originally joining the team as a defensive assistant in 2021.
In 2022, Dickerson assisted a record-breaking offense that helped the team reach Super Bowl LVII after its 14-3 campaign. In total, the Eagles established single-season team marks in points (477), total touchdowns (59), scrimmage touchdowns (57), rushing touchdowns (32, tied for fourth in NFL history), total first downs (385), third-down success rate (45.9 pct.), fourth-down conversions (22) and red zone touchdown efficiency (67.8 pct.).
During the 2021 season, Dickerson contributed to a defensive unit that surrendered the fifth-fewest explosive plays (117) in the NFL, while ranking 10th in opponent yards per game (328.8). Philadelphia also tied for the second-most defensive touchdowns (five) in the league.
Dickerson first joined the Eagles during training camp in 2021 as a part of the NFL's Bill Walsh Diversity Coaching Fellowship Program.