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Evan Marcus
Strength and Conditioning Coordinator

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Evan Marcus is in his second season with the Browns and 11th in the NFL.

Prior to Cleveland, Marcus spent two seasons as the head strength and conditioning coach for the Minnesota Vikings. Before the Vikings, Marcus oversaw strength and conditioning at the University of Virginia as the director of football training and player development from 2011-13. He also spent time at Virginia as the team’s head strength and conditioning coach from 2003-06.

Prior to his second stint at Virginia, Marcus served as head strength and conditioning coach with the Miami Dolphins from 2008-10. He served in the same capacity with the Atlanta Falcons in 2007. Marcus got his start in the NFL working for the New Orleans Saints as an assistant strength and conditioning coach from 2000-02.

Before his time in the NFL, Marcus worked his way through the college ranks beginning at Arizona State from 1991-92. From there, he spent time at Rutgers (1993), Maryland (1994), Texas (1995-97) and Louisville (1998-99).

Marcus played football at Ithaca College, where he was a three-time letterman as an offensive lineman and started in the 1988 NCAA Division III National Championship. He graduated from Ithaca with a bachelor’s degree in exercise science and earned his master’s degree while coaching at Arizona State. A native of Union, N.J., he attended Cranford High School.

Marcus and his wife, Lori, have a son, Jake, and daughter, Anna.

Evan Marcus’ Coaching Background:

1991-92           Arizona State University, assistant strength and conditioning coach
1993                Rutgers University, assistant strength and conditioning coach
1994                University of Maryland, assistant strength and conditioning coach
1995-97           University of Texas, assistant strength and conditioning coach
1998-99           University of Louisville, assistant strength and conditioning coach
2000-02           New Orleans Saints, assistant strength and conditioning coach
2003-06           University of Virginia, head strength and conditioning coach
2007                Atlanta Falcons, head strength and conditioning coach
2008-10           Miami Dolphins, head strength and conditioning coach
2011-13           University of Virginia, director of football training and player development
2014-15           Minnesota Vikings, head strength and conditioning coach
2016-               Cleveland Browns, strength and conditioning assistant

Evan Marcus is in his second season with the Browns and 11th in the NFL.

Prior to Cleveland, Marcus spent two seasons as the head strength and conditioning coach for the Minnesota Vikings. Before the Vikings, Marcus oversaw strength and conditioning at the University of Virginia as the director of football training and player development from 2011-13. He also spent time at Virginia as the team’s head strength and conditioning coach from 2003-06.

Prior to his second stint at Virginia, Marcus served as head strength and conditioning coach with the Miami Dolphins from 2008-10. He served in the same capacity with the Atlanta Falcons in 2007. Marcus got his start in the NFL working for the New Orleans Saints as an assistant strength and conditioning coach from 2000-02.

Before his time in the NFL, Marcus worked his way through the college ranks beginning at Arizona State from 1991-92. From there, he spent time at Rutgers (1993), Maryland (1994), Texas (1995-97) and Louisville (1998-99).

Marcus played football at Ithaca College, where he was a three-time letterman as an offensive lineman and started in the 1988 NCAA Division III National Championship. He graduated from Ithaca with a bachelor’s degree in exercise science and earned his master’s degree while coaching at Arizona State. A native of Union, N.J., he attended Cranford High School.

Marcus and his wife, Lori, have a son, Jake, and daughter, Anna.

Evan Marcus’ Coaching Background:

1991-92           Arizona State University, assistant strength and conditioning coach
1993                Rutgers University, assistant strength and conditioning coach
1994                University of Maryland, assistant strength and conditioning coach
1995-97           University of Texas, assistant strength and conditioning coach
1998-99           University of Louisville, assistant strength and conditioning coach
2000-02           New Orleans Saints, assistant strength and conditioning coach
2003-06           University of Virginia, head strength and conditioning coach
2007                Atlanta Falcons, head strength and conditioning coach
2008-10           Miami Dolphins, head strength and conditioning coach
2011-13           University of Virginia, director of football training and player development
2014-15           Minnesota Vikings, head strength and conditioning coach
2016-               Cleveland Browns, strength and conditioning assistant

 

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