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Tyler Brown

Special Teams Assistant

Biography

Tyler Brown was promoted by the Philadelphia Eagles to special teams assistant during the 2023 offseason after originally joining the team as a special teams quality control coach (2021-22).

During the 2022 campaign, when Philadelphia made an appearance in Super Bowl LVII, Brown supported a group that produced three NFC Special Teams Player of the Week performances. He also aided rookie Britain Covey to the third-most punt return yards (308, eighth in the NFL) and third-highest punt return average (9.3, ninth in the NFL) in the conference. Furthermore, Zech McPhearson posted seven special teams tackles, which are the most by an Eagles gunner in the last seven seasons.

In his first year with the team, Brown assisted a special teams unit that featured Pro Bowl kicker Jake Elliott, who registered a franchise-record 90.9 field goal percentage (30-of-33) and a career-high 134 points (sixth-most in team history). Elliott finished as one of three NFL kickers to convert at least 90 percent of their field goals and 100 percent of their extra-point attempts (44-of-44), joining Justin Tucker (94.6 pct.) and Younghoe Koo (93.1 pct.).

Prior to the Eagles, Brown served as a special teams graduate assistant (2019-20) and special teams analyst (2016-18) at Michigan. As a member of head coach Jim Harbaugh's staff, Brown helped the Wolverines earn top-12 special teams rankings in 2016 (third), 2018 (12th) and 2019 (fourth). He also guided punters Kenny Allen, Will Hart (twice) and Brad Robbins and kicker Quinn Nord into All-Big Ten accolades. In addition, Hart earned All-America honors under Brown's tutelage in 2018.

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