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Bryan Cox
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Biography

Bryan Cox enters his second season as the Browns' defensive line coach after being named to the position on January 22, 2009. He joined the Browns after spending three seasons on the New York Jets coaching staff as assistant defensive line coach (2006-08).
Bryan Cox enters his second season as the Browns' defensive line coach after being named to the position on January 22, 2009. He joined the Browns after spending three seasons on the New York Jets coaching staff as assistant defensive line coach (2006-08).

Cox played collegiately at Western Illinois from 1987-90, where he earned his degree in mass communications.

A native of East St. Louis, Ill., Cox and his wife, Kim, have four daughters, Lavonda, Brittani, Kelli and Chiquita, and a son, Bryan, Jr.

Coaching Background:
2006-08 New York Jets, assistant defensive line coach.

Cox had a stellar 12-year career as a linebacker in the NFL after being chosen by Miami in the fifth round of the 1991 Draft. He played the first five years of his career with the Dolphins before spending time with Chicago (1996-97), the Jets (1998-2000), New England (2001) and New Orleans (2002). During that time he appeared in 165 regular season games, including 145 starts. He posted 51.5 career sacks, including a high of 14 in 1992, a figure which led the Dolphins that year and propelled him to the first Pro Bowl of his career. He also received that honor in both 1994 and 1995.

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