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Shane Steichen
Offensive Quality Control
College:
UNLV
Hometown:
Sacramento, Calif.
Experience:
7

Biography

Shane Steichen joins the Browns after spending the previous two seasons (2011-12) as a defensive assistant with the San Diego Chargers.

Shane Steichen joins the Browns after spending the previous two seasons (2011-12) as a defensive assistant with the San Diego Chargers.

Prior to joining the Chargers, he spent the 2010 season as an offensive assistant at the University of Louisville following three seasons at his alma mater, the University of Nevada – Las Vegas, as a student graduate assistant (2007) and an offensive graduate assistant (2008-09).

A four-year letterman (2003-06) as a quarterback at UNLV, Steichen passed for 2,755 yards in his career, the 12th-highest figure in school history. He threw 22 career touchdowns and rushed for 399 yards with five touchdowns. In 2005, he became the first Rebel to pass for at least 200 yards and rush for 100 yards in a single-game when he threw for 250 yards and ran for 104 in a 34-31 victory over Idaho on September 11, 2005. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and media studies.

A native of Sacramento, California, he attended Oak Ridge High School in El Dorado Hills. In 2002, he led the Trojans to a conference championship and CIF sectional title en route to earning MVP honors from the Sacramento Bee. His brother, Sean, was a punter at Boise State. Married to his wife Nina.

Shane Steichen’s Coaching Background:

2007                University of Nevada – Las Vegas, student graduate assistant

2008-09           University of Nevada – Las Vegas, offensive graduate assistant

2010                University of Louisville, offensive assistant coach

2011-12           San Diego Chargers, defensive assistant coach

2013-               Cleveland Browns, offensive quality control coach

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