Jeff Jagodzinski

Jeff Jagodzinski

NFL Coach
NFL Coach

Jeff Jagodzinski

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Jeff Jagodzinski (born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin) is an American football coach. He was head coach for the Boston College Eagles and most recently the Omaha Nighthawks of the United Football League. Jagodzinski has coached college and NFL football for more than 20 years.

Playing career and family

A graduate of the University of Wisconsin–Whitewater, Jagodzinski played collegiately, starting three years at fullback. He was all-conference at West Allis Central High School in Wisconsin. He is married with five children.

Coaching career

Early coaching experience

Jagodzinski began his coaching career as the running back coach for the University of Wisconsin–Whitewater in 1985. He was the offensive line coach for Northern Illinois University in 1986. He held a Graduate Assistant position with LSU from 1987 through 1988. In 1989 he became the tight ends/assistant offensive line coach for East Carolina University and remained in that position until 1996. In 1997 and 1998 he served as the offensive coordinator/offensive line coach at Boston College.

NFL experience

He made the transition to the NFL in 1999 becoming the tight ends coach for the Green Bay Packers under head coach Ray Rhodes. Rhodes and most of his staff was fired after that season, but new head coach Mike Sherman kept Jagodzinski until 2003 when he was released. He was quickly picked up by the Atlanta Falcons to be the offensive line coach.

Jagodzinski was hired by Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy...
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