Philadelphia Eagles


Jeff Stoutland

Run Game Coordinator/Offensive Line


One of the most respected offensive line coaches in the country, Jeff Stoutland enters his 11th season with the Philadelphia Eagles. He is the longest-tenured member of the Eagles' coaching staff.

Stoutland, who boasts 40 years of coaching experience, has developed some of the league's best offensive lines, tutoring Pro Bowl players during each of his first 10 seasons in Philadelphia. He is one of two offensive line coaches since the 1970 merger to produce Pro Bowlers in 10 consecutive years with the same team, joining Jim McNally (1981-91, Bengals).

In total, Stoutland has led six players to 20 Pro Bowls – guard Brandon Brooks (2018-20), guard Landon Dickerson (2023), tackle Lane Johnson (2018-20, '23), center Jason Kelce (2015, '17, '20-23), guard Evan Mathis (2014-15) and tackle Jason Peters (2014-17). Kelce and Brooks have each received the most Pro Bowl nods at their position in franchise history, while Peters is the only Eagles tackle to earn four straight Pro Bowl accolades.

Additionally, Stoutland has aided four players to 11 All-Pro honors – Johnson (2017, '21-22), Kelce (2017-19, '21-22), Mathis (2013) and Peters (2013-14). Kelce is one of only two centers in NFL history to earn first-team All-Pro five times and win a Super Bowl, joining Pro Football Hall of Famer Mike Webster. He is also one of just five players in franchise history (one of two offensive linemen) to collect five first-team All-Pro selections.

Philadelphia's offensive lines have featured three Pro Bowlers on five occasions, including three times under Stoutland – 2014 (Kelce, Mathis and Peters), 2019 (Brooks, Johnson and Kelce) and 2022 (Dickerson, Johnson and Kelce). Stoutland has coached four of the seven Eagles offensive lines with multiple All-Pro players as well – 2013 (Mathis and Peters), 2017 (Johnson and Kelce), 2021 (Johnson and Kelce) and 2022 (Johnson and Kelce).

During his time in Philadelphia, Stoutland has mentored two offensive lines that contributed to Super Bowl appearances. In 2017, the Eagles captured Super Bowl LII after registering a 13-3 record in the regular season. In 2022, Philadelphia went 14-3 and advanced to Super Bowl LVII.

Stoutland's unit has helped the Eagles established numerous team records, including regular-season wins (14 in 2022), points (477 in 2022), total touchdowns (59 in 2022), scrimmage touchdowns (57 in 2022), rushing yards (2,715 in 2021), rushing touchdowns (32 in 2022, tied for fourth in NFL history), total first downs (385 in 2022), third-down conversion rate (45.9 pct. in 2022), fourth-down conversions (22 in 2022) and red zone touchdown efficiency (67.8 pct. in 2022). It also blocked for the NFL's leading rusher – LeSean McCoy (1,607 yards) – during the 2013 campaign.