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Table of Contents
- 1 Playing Career
- 2 Coaching Career
Oregon State University
From 2004 to 2007, Kyle DeVan played center for Oregon State University. During his time with Oregon State, he was twice named All-Pac-10 (2005,2007) and once named to the All-Pac-10 second team (2006). In addition to the personal accolades, the Beavers won three bowl games and finished the season nationally ranked in back-to-back seasons for the first time since 1968-1967.
After the conclusion of his college career, DeVan went undrafted in the 2008 NFL draft. He was originally signed by the Washington Redskins. However his stint with the Redskins lasted just over two months until he was released by the team and picked up by the New York Jets. However, his stint with the Jets lasted a month and a half until he was released again. He was signed by the Jets for the practice squad and stuck with the team for two more months until he was released. In 2009, he joined the Boise Burn of the arenafootball2 developmental league.
After his season with Boise, he was signed by the Indianapolis Colts. For two seasons, DeVan started for the Colts. During the 2009 season, the offensive line allowed only 13 sacks, fewest in the NFL. He also started each playoff game en route to a Super Bowl appearance.
In 2011, he was signed by the Philadelphia Eagles to provide depth and experience to the Eagles' offensive line. Offensive line coach Howard Mudd had coached DeVan during his time in Indianapolis and now was coaching him in Philadelphia. DeVan's experience was vital to an offensive line that had three rookies in the rotation. During his time with the Eagles, we would play in five games, starting four.
In 2012, DeVan was signed by the Tennessee Titans during the offseason, but cut in the final roster pare down before the season started. However, in October, the Titans brought him back to add depth to their offensive line. In his final season, he would play in four games, starting one.
College Coaching Career
Oregon State University
At the conclusion of his playing career, DeVan entered the world of coaching in 2013. He began his coaching path at his alma mater as an offensive graduate student under his former head coach Mike Riley.
University of Southern California
After his year at Oregon State, he was hired by USC as an offensive graduate student under head coach Steve Sarkisian. In his lone season at USC, the team finished 9-4 with a win in the Holiday Bowl and ranked 20th in the nation.
Professional Coaching Career
New Orleans Saints
In 2015, DeVan was hired by the New Orleans Saints as an offensive assistant coach, working primarily with the offensive line.
|Year||Franchise||Position||Wins / Losses / Ties||Playoff wins / Playoff losses||Championship win|
|2015||New Orleans Saints||Offensive Assistant Coach||7-9-0||0-0|