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Todd Haley
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Todd Haley was named offensive coordinator on Jan. 24, 2018. Haley has spent the past 21 years coaching in the NFL, including the past six as the offensive coordinator for the Pittsburgh Steelers.

With the Steelers, Haley oversaw one of the top offenses in the league. The Steelers led the NFL with six offensive players selected to the Pro Bowl this past season. Under Haley, wide receiver Antonio Brown led the NFL in receiving yards in 2014 and 2017 and led the league in receptions in 2014 and 2015. Brown also became the first player in NFL history to record five consecutive 100-catch seasons (2013-17). He was named to five Pro Bowls and selected as first team All-Pro four times. Running back Le’Veon Bell finished in the top three in the league in scrimmage yards per game in each of the last four seasons, including leading the NFL with an average of 157.0 yards per game in 2016. Under Haley, Bell was selected to three Pro Bowls and was named first-team All-Pro twice. Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger was selected to the Pro Bowl the past four years and tied for the NFL lead in passing yards in 2014. Haley also helped center Maurkice Pouncey and guard David DeCastro to multiple Pro Bowl selections.

Haley was the head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs from 2009-11 and helped the Chiefs capture the AFC West division title in 2010. He compiled a 19-26 record. Kansas City led the NFL in rushing yards per game (164.2) in 2010.

Prior to Kansas City, Haley was the offensive coordinator for the Arizona Cardinals for two seasons (2007-08).

During his tenure with the Cardinals, the team won its first division title since 1975 and advanced to Super Bowl XLIII. In 2008, Arizona set a franchise record with 427 points and became just the fifth team in NFL history to have three wide receivers eclipse 1,000 yards in the same season.

Haley spent time as wide receivers coach for the Dallas Cowboys (2004-06), Chicago Bears (2001-03) and New York Jets (1997-00), helping each team advance to the postseason. He began his NFL career as an assistant in the Jets scouting department in 1995, where he scouted regionally and assisted in player evaluations.

A native of Atlanta, Ga., Haley earned a degree in communications from the University of North Florida. He received the Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award, the highest award given by the University of North Florida Alumni Association, recognizing those who have made a significant contribution to their profession, community and society. He was a member of the golf squads at the University of Florida and the University of Miami, and participated in the NCAA golf tournament during his time with the Gators.

Haley’s father, Dick, played six seasons in the NFL as a defensive back and later served as the director of player personnel for the Pittsburgh Steelers from 1971-91.

Haley and his wife, Chrissy, have four daughters, Taylor, Peyton, Kady and Ella, and one son, Richard Todd, Jr.

Todd Haley’s Coaching Background:

1995-96           New York Jets scouting department assistant
1997-2000       New York Jets, wide receivers/offensive assistant
2001-03           Chicago Bears, wide receivers coach
2004-05           Dallas Cowboys, wide receivers coach
2006                Dallas Cowboys, passing game coordinator/wide receivers coach
2007-08           Arizona Cardinals, offensive coordinator
2009-11           Kansas City Chiefs, head coach
2012-17           Pittsburgh Steelers, offensive coordinator
2018-               Cleveland Browns, offensive coordinator

Todd Haley was named offensive coordinator on Jan. 24, 2018. Haley has spent the past 21 years coaching in the NFL, including the past six as the offensive coordinator for the Pittsburgh Steelers.

With the Steelers, Haley oversaw one of the top offenses in the league. The Steelers led the NFL with six offensive players selected to the Pro Bowl this past season. Under Haley, wide receiver Antonio Brown led the NFL in receiving yards in 2014 and 2017 and led the league in receptions in 2014 and 2015. Brown also became the first player in NFL history to record five consecutive 100-catch seasons (2013-17). He was named to five Pro Bowls and selected as first team All-Pro four times. Running back Le’Veon Bell finished in the top three in the league in scrimmage yards per game in each of the last four seasons, including leading the NFL with an average of 157.0 yards per game in 2016. Under Haley, Bell was selected to three Pro Bowls and was named first-team All-Pro twice. Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger was selected to the Pro Bowl the past four years and tied for the NFL lead in passing yards in 2014. Haley also helped center Maurkice Pouncey and guard David DeCastro to multiple Pro Bowl selections.

Haley was the head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs from 2009-11 and helped the Chiefs capture the AFC West division title in 2010. He compiled a 19-26 record. Kansas City led the NFL in rushing yards per game (164.2) in 2010.

Prior to Kansas City, Haley was the offensive coordinator for the Arizona Cardinals for two seasons (2007-08).

During his tenure with the Cardinals, the team won its first division title since 1975 and advanced to Super Bowl XLIII. In 2008, Arizona set a franchise record with 427 points and became just the fifth team in NFL history to have three wide receivers eclipse 1,000 yards in the same season.

Haley spent time as wide receivers coach for the Dallas Cowboys (2004-06), Chicago Bears (2001-03) and New York Jets (1997-00), helping each team advance to the postseason. He began his NFL career as an assistant in the Jets scouting department in 1995, where he scouted regionally and assisted in player evaluations.

A native of Atlanta, Ga., Haley earned a degree in communications from the University of North Florida. He received the Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award, the highest award given by the University of North Florida Alumni Association, recognizing those who have made a significant contribution to their profession, community and society. He was a member of the golf squads at the University of Florida and the University of Miami, and participated in the NCAA golf tournament during his time with the Gators.

Haley’s father, Dick, played six seasons in the NFL as a defensive back and later served as the director of player personnel for the Pittsburgh Steelers from 1971-91.

Haley and his wife, Chrissy, have four daughters, Taylor, Peyton, Kady and Ella, and one son, Richard Todd, Jr.

Todd Haley’s Coaching Background:

1995-96           New York Jets scouting department assistant
1997-2000       New York Jets, wide receivers/offensive assistant
2001-03           Chicago Bears, wide receivers coach
2004-05           Dallas Cowboys, wide receivers coach
2006                Dallas Cowboys, passing game coordinator/wide receivers coach
2007-08           Arizona Cardinals, offensive coordinator
2009-11           Kansas City Chiefs, head coach
2012-17           Pittsburgh Steelers, offensive coordinator
2018-               Cleveland Browns, offensive coordinator

 

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