Fernando Noriega is entering his first year as the Philadelphia Eagles' head strength and conditioning coach. He comes to the Eagles following a five-year stint (2016-20) with the Los Angeles Rams.
With the Rams, Noriega served as an assistant strength and conditioning coach (2017-20) and strength and conditioning intern (2016). In 2017, his first full-time season with Los Angeles, Noriega worked under 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 Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association. Additionally, Los Angeles finished as the healthiest team in the NFL based on adjusted games lost due to injury, according to Football Outsiders.