· In 19 NFL seasons, his teams have won 12 division titles, five conference championships and three Super Bowls (XLIX, LI and LIII).
· Joined the Browns in 2020 and helped the offense to some of its best numbers in generations. Cleveland's 408 points were its second-most in franchise history, while the club also finished with its second-best total in scrimmage touchdowns (48) and tied for the second-most first downs (355).
· Spent 2019 as the offensive coordinator for the Miami Dolphins. After starting the year 0-7, the Dolphins went 5-4 in their final nine games. Helped WR DeVante Parker finish among the NFL leaders in receiving yards (fifth in NFL with 1,202) and touchdowns (fourth in NFL with nine).
· Spent 10 years (2009-18) in New England as the team's wide receivers coach. Helped WRs Wes Welker (three times), Julian Edelman (three times), Randy Moss and Brandin Cooks all surpass the 1,000 receiving yard mark. Edelman won Super Bowl LIII MVP honors after recording 10 receptions for 141 yards in a 13-3 victory. Welker led the league in receptions in 2009 and 2011 and set franchise records for receptions (123 in 2009) and receiving yards (1,569 in 2011). In 2009, Moss tied for the NFL lead with 13 touchdowns, while Welker led the NFL in receptions (123) and the duo finished second (Welker 1,348) and tied for fifth (Moss 1,264) in the league in receiving yards.
· Prior to New England, spent three seasons as offensive assistant/wide receivers coach (2006-08) with Minnesota. In 2008, he helped Bernard Berrian rank second in the NFL with an average of 20.8 yards per catch, and the Vikings led the NFL with 13 touchdown receptions of 20-plus yards.
· Spent three seasons (2006-08) on the same coaching staff with Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski in Minnesota.
· First NFL job came with the Kansas City Chiefs, where he spent three seasons from 2003-05. Began as a volunteer special teams assistant in 2003 and then assisted with special teams and linebackers from 2004-05. In 2003, Kansas City led the NFL with four special teams touchdowns. They also led the league in both kickoff and punt return average. In 2004, the Chiefs set a team record for kickoff return yards (1,820) as Dante Hall returned two kickoffs for touchdowns.
· Played quarterback at Marshall (1991-93) before transferring to Houston (1994-95). He was named team captain as a senior in 1995.
· He received his bachelor's degree in psychology from the University of Houston in 1995.
· Father, Mike, was a longtime athletic trainer in the collegiate and NFL ranks, spending time with the Baltimore Colts, University of Miami, Louisville and University of Houston.
· O'Shea and his wife, Melissa, have two daughters, Claire and Grace, and a son, Mick.
Chad O'Shea's Coaching Background:
1996 University of Houston, graduate assistant
1997 University of Houston, wide receivers coach
1998 University of Houston, tight ends/special teams coach
1999 University of Houston, tight ends/special teams/recruiting coordinator
2000-02 Southern Mississippi, special teams/recruiting coordinator
2003 Kansas City Chiefs, volunteer assistant special teams
2004-05 Kansas City Chiefs, assistant special teams/linebackers coach
2006-08 Minnesota Vikings, offensive assistant/wide receivers coach
2009-18 New England Patriots, wide receivers coach
2019 Miami Dolphins, offensive coordinator
2020- Cleveland Browns, pass game coordinator/wide receivers coach