Greg Austin

Coaching Record

Years Coached Record Win % Playoff record Playoff win %
3 27-21-0 56.25% 0-1 0.00%

Biography

Career Summary

Greg Austin was a football coach in the National Football League (NFL) from 2013 to 2015, finishing his career as the assistant offensive line coach of the Philadelphia Eagles. Over his three years of coaching his teams compiled a cumulative win/loss record of 27-21-0.

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Playing Career

College

University of Nebraska

Greg Austin played college football at the University of Nebraska on the offensive line from 2003-2006. Across his four-year career, he played in 27 games and, in 2005, had 10 starts.

Coaching Career

College

University of Oregon

In 2010, Austin returned to football in a coaching role with the University of Oregon under head coach Chip Kelly. He started as a coaching intern in 2010 before moving into an offensive graduate assistant coaching position in 2011 and 2012. During his time with the Ducks, the team finished all three seasons ranked in the top-five nationally with an appearance in the national championship game (2010). During his final two seasons, the Ducks went 24-4.

NFL

Philadelphia Eagles

After the 2012 season, Chip Kelly left Oregon and entered the NFL. Austin followed him to the Philadelphia Eagles. Hired as the team's new assistant offensive line coach, Austin helped the Eagles’ offense set numerous franchise records and a playoff berth in 2013. During his tenure, his offensive line received numerous accolades and three players were been selected for the Pro Bowl and two players were selected for the NFL All-Pro team.


History

Year Position Record Playoff record
2015 Philadelphia Eagles Assistant Offensive Line Coach 7-9-0 0-0
2014 Philadelphia Eagles Assistant Offensive Line Coach 10-6-0 0-0
2013 Philadelphia Eagles Assistant Offensive Line Coach 10-6-0 0-1

Coach history guide

Seasons with a championship win Seasons with a conference championship

Coach facts

During his college career, he was named an all-conference academic recognition in 2004 and 2005.