· Rogers is in his third season with the Browns as the team's senior offensive assistant and eighth in the NFL. He returned to coaching after a brief hiatus from 2017-19.
· Rogers, who played linebacker at William & Mary from 1971-73 and was the Tribe's running backs coach from 1980-82, returned to Williamsburg to coach from 2013-16 with impressive credentials that included nearly 30 years as a Division I coach and five seasons (2006-10) in the NFL as the Minnesota Vikings quarterbacks coach.
· 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). The Browns finished third in the league in rushing with an average of 148.4 yards per game (the team's best since 1978).
· Assisted with the Browns running backs in 2021 and helped the Browns lead the NFL in rushing average with a 5.09 mark, the highest average by a Browns team since 1966. The team's 6,090 scrimmage yards were the fourth-most by the club in a single-season.
· Prior to returning to William & Mary, he joined the Tribe staff after serving as Temple's associate head coach and quarterbacks coach in 2012 and as Boston College's offensive coordinator in 2011.
· During his tenure with the Vikings, helped veteran QB Brett Favre post one of the best statistical seasons of his career during the 2009 campaign as he topped 4,200 passing yards with 33 passing touchdowns and a career-best 107.2 rating. That season, Minnesota advanced to the NFC Championship game.
· Before joining the Vikings, Rogers was Virginia Tech's quarterbacks coach from 2002-05 and helped Bryan Randall and Marcus Vick establish themselves as two of the most prolific signal callers in school history. Under Rogers' tutelage, Randall earned Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Year honors in 2004 as the Hokies made a Sugar Bowl appearance. During the following season, Vick led the league in passing efficiency and VT posted the ACC's top scoring offense (33.8). During Rogers' tenure in Blacksburg, Virginia Tech recorded a 39-14 record, won the ACC title in 2004 and played in the first ACC Championship Game in 2005.
· Prior to his successful stint at Virginia Tech, Rogers worked as Notre Dame's offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach from 1999-01.
· Rogers coached at Syracuse from 1991-98 and helped the Orange achieve tremendous success during his tenure, as the squad registered a 68-26-1 record and six bowl appearances, including two trips to the Fiesta Bowl and one to the Orange Bowl. In addition to coaching the quarterbacks during his entire time at Syracuse, he served as the team's recruiting coordinator from 1993-94 and was promoted to offensive coordinator in 1997. Syracuse became the first team in Big East history to win three consecutive league championships during his tenure, and he was instrumental in the success of Donovan McNabb, who set the majority of Syracuse's passing records and was drafted No. 2 overall by the Philadelphia Eagles.
· Rogers worked on Navy's staff as an assistant from 1983-90 and coached future NFL standout Napolean McCallum. His first college coaching position came at W&M when he served as Jimmye Laycock's running backs coach from 1980-82. Prior to joining the Tribe's staff, he worked as a graduate assistant at Ohio State under the legendary head coach Woody Hayes in 1977-78.
· He's a 1974 graduate of William & Mary, where he also played linebacker. He received his master's degree in physical education from Ohio State in 1978.
· Rogers and his wife, Betty, have three children: Kevin, Jr., Megan and Ryan, as well as six grandchildren: Grady, Lucille, Nolan, Dawson, Lane and Bo.
Kevin Rogers' Coaching Background:
1974-76 Bayside High School (Va.), assistant coach
1977-78 Ohio State University, graduate assistant
1979 Mainland High School (Fla.), head coach
1980-82 The College of William & Mary, running backs coach
1983 Navy, tight ends/offensive tackles coach
1984-85 Navy, tight ends/wide receivers coach
1986 Navy, defensive backs coach
1987-88 Navy, running backs coach
1989-90 Navy, quarterbacks coach
1991-94 Syracuse University, quarterbacks coach
1995-96 Syracuse University, assistant head coach/quarterbacks/recruiting coordinator
1997 Syracuse University, assistant head coach/offensive coordinator/quarterbacks/recruiting coordinator
1998 Syracuse University, assistant head coach/offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach
1999-2001 University of Notre Dame, offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach
2002-05 Virginia Tech, quarterbacks coach
2006-10 Minnesota Vikings, quarterbacks coach
2011 Boston College, offensive coordinator
2012 Temple University, associate head coach/quarterback coach
2013-16 The College of William & Mary, offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach
2020- Cleveland Browns, senior offensive assistant