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Jamey Mroz
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Jamey Mroz enters his second season with the Browns. He currently serves the staff as a sports scientist.

Mroz came to Cleveland after spending time at Ignition APG where he served as a sports science consultant for the Cincinnati Bengals in 2015. In 2014, Mroz served as the assistant director of football sports performance at Vanderbilt University after working for the New York Giants as a strength and conditioning coaching assistant in 2013.

Mroz got his full-time start in strength and conditioning at Southern Louisiana University as an assistant strength coach from 2011-12 where he earned a master’s degree in kinesiology. He also gained experience as a strength and conditioning intern at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, as well as Boston College Olympic Strength and Conditioning and with the Harvard University football team.

Mroz played linebacker at Merrimack College before finishing his career at Springfield College. Mroz went on to earn his bachelor’s degree in exercise science from Springfield. A native of Salem, Mass., Mroz attended Amesbury High School.

Jamey Mroz’s Coaching Background:

2011-12           Southeastern Louisiana University, assistant strength coach
2012                New York Jets, training camp strength and conditioning intern
2013                New York Giants, strength and conditioning coaching assistant
2014                Vanderbilt University, assistant director of football sports performance
2015                Cincinnati Bengals, strength and conditioning coaching assistant
2016-               Cleveland Browns, sports scientist

Jamey Mroz enters his second season with the Browns. He currently serves the staff as a sports scientist.

Mroz came to Cleveland after spending time at Ignition APG where he served as a sports science consultant for the Cincinnati Bengals in 2015. In 2014, Mroz served as the assistant director of football sports performance at Vanderbilt University after working for the New York Giants as a strength and conditioning coaching assistant in 2013.

Mroz got his full-time start in strength and conditioning at Southern Louisiana University as an assistant strength coach from 2011-12 where he earned a master’s degree in kinesiology. He also gained experience as a strength and conditioning intern at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, as well as Boston College Olympic Strength and Conditioning and with the Harvard University football team.

Mroz played linebacker at Merrimack College before finishing his career at Springfield College. Mroz went on to earn his bachelor’s degree in exercise science from Springfield. A native of Salem, Mass., Mroz attended Amesbury High School.

Jamey Mroz’s Coaching Background:

2011-12           Southeastern Louisiana University, assistant strength coach
2012                New York Jets, training camp strength and conditioning intern
2013                New York Giants, strength and conditioning coaching assistant
2014                Vanderbilt University, assistant director of football sports performance
2015                Cincinnati Bengals, strength and conditioning coaching assistant
2016-               Cleveland Browns, sports scientist

 

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