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Edward Grayer 1920 072021

Edward Grayer

Associate Strength and Conditioning Coach


Edward Grayer was named an associate strength and conditioning coach during the 2021 offseason after joining the Philadelphia Eagles as an assistant strength and conditioning coach in 2020.

Prior to the Eagles, Grayer spent three seasons (2017-19) with the Los Angeles Rams. During his time in Los Angeles, he was a part of a strength and conditioning staff led by Eagles vice president of player performance and former Rams head strength and conditioning coach Ted Rath, who was named the Strength Coach of the Year by the Professional Football Strength and Conditioning Association in 2017.

Before the NFL, Grayer spent six seasons at Rutgers University in two separate stretches. Most recently, he served four years as the program's director of speed development (2012-15). Grayer originally began his Rutgers career in player development (2008-09) under head coach Greg Schiano.

In between Rutgers stints, Grayer spent two seasons at St. Thomas Aquinas (NJ) High School, where they won the 2010 High School National Championship. Grayer was the secondary/strength coach in 2010 and was promoted to co-defensive coordinator in 2011.

In addition, Grayer spent the 2007 season as an assistant strength coach at the University of Louisville. The New Jersey native started his professional career as a performance enhancement specialist at Parisi Speed School in Fair Lawn, NJ, from 2003-06.

Grayer graduated from Montclair State University with a degree in physical education/adult fitness. Grayer was a Division III All-American at linebacker, an All-Conference Defensive MVP, and served as a team captain for the MSU football team. He is married to Dr. Nicole Grayer, and the couple has a daughter and a son.