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Adam Henry
Wide Receivers

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Adam Henry was named wide receivers coach on Jan. 12, 2018. He has 21 years of experience as a coach with 13 on the college level and eight in the NFL.

Henry spent the past two seasons (2016-17) as the Giants wide receivers coach. In 2016, Odell Beckham Jr. registered a career-high 101 receptions for 1,367 yards and 10 touchdowns. His reception total was the second-highest in Giants history and his yardage total was third. Sterling Shepard finished second among all NFL rookies with 65 receptions. 

Henry was San Francisco’s wide receivers coach in 2015. He worked with veteran Anquan Boldin, who finished with 69 catches for 789 yards and four touchdowns.

Prior to San Francisco, Henry was the wide receivers coach at Louisiana State University for three seasons (2012-14). Henry helped develop two of the most successful receivers in school history in Beckham and Jarvis Landry. In 2013, Beckham and Landry became the first pair of receivers in school history to finish with more than 1,000 yards in the same season. The two, along with James Wright, were all selected in the 2014 NFL Draft making LSU the only school to have three receivers picked that year.  

Henry spent five seasons with the Raiders. He spent his first two seasons (2007-08) as offensive quality control coach and the next three (2009-11) as tight ends coach. Henry helped the development of Zach Miller, who became the first tight end in franchise history to lead the team in receiving for three consecutive years. Miller earned a Pro Bowl selection following the 2010 season.

Prior to the Raiders, Henry spent 10 years coaching at his alma mater, McNeese State. He spent nine seasons (1997-05) as wide receivers coach before being promoted to assistant head coach/offensive coordinator for 2006.

As a wide receiver at McNeese State, Henry earned all-conference honors and finished his career with 93 receptions for 1,690 yards and 16 touchdowns. He signed with New Orleans as an undrafted free agent in 1994.

A native of Beaumont, Texas, Henry earned an undergraduate degree and a master’s degree from McNeese State. He has three children, Darian, Kynidee and Ava.

Adam Henry’s Coaching Background:

1997-05           McNeese State University, wide receivers coach
2006                McNeese State University, assistant head coach/offensive coordinator
2007-08           Oakland Raiders, offensive quality control
2009-11           Oakland Raiders, tight ends coach
2012-14           Louisiana State University, wide receivers coach
2015                San Francisco 49ers, wide receivers coach
2016-17           New York Giants, wide receivers coach
2018-               Cleveland Browns, wide receivers coach

Adam Henry was named wide receivers coach on Jan. 12, 2018. He has 21 years of experience as a coach with 13 on the college level and eight in the NFL.

Henry spent the past two seasons (2016-17) as the Giants wide receivers coach. In 2016, Odell Beckham Jr. registered a career-high 101 receptions for 1,367 yards and 10 touchdowns. His reception total was the second-highest in Giants history and his yardage total was third. Sterling Shepard finished second among all NFL rookies with 65 receptions. 

Henry was San Francisco’s wide receivers coach in 2015. He worked with veteran Anquan Boldin, who finished with 69 catches for 789 yards and four touchdowns.

Prior to San Francisco, Henry was the wide receivers coach at Louisiana State University for three seasons (2012-14). Henry helped develop two of the most successful receivers in school history in Beckham and Jarvis Landry. In 2013, Beckham and Landry became the first pair of receivers in school history to finish with more than 1,000 yards in the same season. The two, along with James Wright, were all selected in the 2014 NFL Draft making LSU the only school to have three receivers picked that year.  

Henry spent five seasons with the Raiders. He spent his first two seasons (2007-08) as offensive quality control coach and the next three (2009-11) as tight ends coach. Henry helped the development of Zach Miller, who became the first tight end in franchise history to lead the team in receiving for three consecutive years. Miller earned a Pro Bowl selection following the 2010 season.

Prior to the Raiders, Henry spent 10 years coaching at his alma mater, McNeese State. He spent nine seasons (1997-05) as wide receivers coach before being promoted to assistant head coach/offensive coordinator for 2006.

As a wide receiver at McNeese State, Henry earned all-conference honors and finished his career with 93 receptions for 1,690 yards and 16 touchdowns. He signed with New Orleans as an undrafted free agent in 1994.

A native of Beaumont, Texas, Henry earned an undergraduate degree and a master’s degree from McNeese State. He has three children, Darian, Kynidee and Ava.

Adam Henry’s Coaching Background:

1997-05           McNeese State University, wide receivers coach
2006                McNeese State University, assistant head coach/offensive coordinator
2007-08           Oakland Raiders, offensive quality control
2009-11           Oakland Raiders, tight ends coach
2012-14           Louisiana State University, wide receivers coach
2015                San Francisco 49ers, wide receivers coach
2016-17           New York Giants, wide receivers coach
2018-               Cleveland Browns, wide receivers coach

 

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