Philadelphia Eagles


T.J. Paganetti

Run Game Specialist/Assistant Tight Ends Coach


T.J. Paganetti was named the Philadelphia Eagles' run game specialist/assistant tight ends coach during the 2023 offseason after spending the previous two years as an offensive quality control coach (2021-22). Overall, Paganetti is entering his ninth season with the organization.

In 2022, Paganetti supported a record-breaking offense that helped the team advance to Super Bowl LVII following its 14-3 campaign. In total, the Eagles set single-season club 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 campaign, Paganetti assisted a unit that ranked first in the NFL with a team-record 2,715 rushing yards. Philadelphia also finished fourth in third-down percentage (45.7 pct.) and fifth in turnovers (16).

Paganetti served as the assistant running backs coach during the 2019-20 seasons, including the added responsibilities of assistant run game coordinator (2020). In 2019, Paganetti helped guide Miles Sanders to PFWA All-Rookie honors after leading his class with 1,327 scrimmage yards and setting a franchise rookie record with 818 rushing yards.

As the assistant offensive line coach, Paganetti worked with a unit that helped Jason Kelce (twice) and Lane Johnson earn Associated Press first-team All-Pro selections, while also sending Brandon Brooks and Johnson to their first career Pro Bowls following the 2017-18 seasons.