Brian Daboll Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, New York Giants

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Brian Daboll Biography

Brian Daboll is an eminent Canadian-born American football coach currently serving as the head coach of the New York Giants of the National Football League (NFL). Previously, he served as the offensive coordinator for the Buffalo Bills, Miami Dolphins, Alabama Crimson Tide, Kansas City Chiefs, and Cleveland Browns. From 2000 to 2006, he also served in several capacities as an assistant coach for the New England Patriots and again from 2013 to 2016.

Brian Daboll Age

Brian Daboll was born on 14th April 1975, in Welland, Ontario Canada. He is 48 years old.

Brian Daboll Height

Brian Daboll is a man of tall stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 10 inches (1.78 m).

Brian Daboll Family

Daboll was born in Welland, Ontario, Canada. He was brought up by his grandparents, Chris and Ruth Kirsten in nearby West Seneca, a suburb of Buffalo, New York. Daboll was born to a 19-year-old mom, Nancy Rappl, and never knew his dad. However, he said his mother ultimately shifted to North Carolina and remarried.

Brian Daboll Wife

He is happily married to his beautiful and supportive wife Beth Daboll, a nurse who hails from Lancaster in northwest England. The duo tied the knot in 2009 and they are blessed with six children.

Brian Daboll Children

Daboll is a proud father of six children namely; Mark, Christian, Aiden, Haven, Avery, and Luke.

Brian Daboll Education

He enrolled at Saint Francis High School located in Athol Springs, New York, and was a letterman in football. Daboll was teammates there with future NFL front office executive Dave Caldwell and future coach Brian Polian. Later, he joined the University of Rochester where he graduated with a degree in economics. There, he was a letterman and a two-year starter in football.

Brian Daboll Salary

He receives a decent salary of $5 million per year.

Brian Daboll’s Net Worth

Brian Daboll has piled up a hefty fortune from his successful career and has an estimated net worth of $14 million.

Brian Daboll Career

Daboll was teammates there with future NFL front office executive Dave Caldwell and future coach Brian Polian. In 1997, he was hired as a restricted earnings coach by the College of William & Mary before joining Michigan State University as a graduate assistant under head coach Nick Saban from 1998 to 1999.

He started his NFL coaching profession at the age of 24 as a defensive coaching assistant with the New England Patriots in 2000 under new head coach Bill Belichick. In 2002, Daboll was promoted to wide receivers coach for the Patriots after personnel assistant Josh McDaniels was promoted to defensive assistant. Daboll left the Patriots to serve as the Jets’ quarterbacks coach after the 2006 season. During Daboll’s first stint, the Patriots won three Super Bowls.

He joined Eric Mangini’s staff with the New York Jets as the quarterbacks’ coach in 2007. From 2000 to 2005, Daboll and Mangini both served as assistants on the Patriots. During his tenure in New York, Daboll coached quarterbacks Kellen Clemens, Brett Favre, and Chad Pennington. On December 29, 2008, the Jets fired coach Mangini after the Jets finished 9–7 despite an 8–3 start to the season.

He joined the Cleveland Browns as offensive coordinator in 2009, reuniting with the new head coach Eric Mangini, whom he served along with in the New York Jets and New England. Under Daboll, the Cleveland Browns had the NFL’s 32nd-ranked offense and the 29th-ranked offense in 2009 and 2010 respectively.

In 2011, he was hired as an Offensive Coordinator of the Miami Dolphins under head coach Tony Sparano with the team improving from 30th in the league to 20th in overall offense. On December 11, 2011, the Dolphins fired coach Sparano after the team started 4–9 but Daboll was not retained under new head coach Joe Philbin.

The Kansas City Chiefs announced the hiring of Daboll as offensive coordinator on February 6, 2012, succeeding the retired Bill Muir. He was reunited with new head coach Romeo Crennel, whom he served alongside on the Patriots from 2001 to 2004. However, Crennel was fired after the Chiefs finished with a league-worst 2–14 record in just one season as head coach, and Daboll was not retained under new head coach Andy Reid.

On 14 January 2013, the New England Patriots proclaimed that he would be brought back in a coaching role for the remainder of the Patriots’ 2012–13 season. From 2013 to 2016, he worked as the Patriots’ tight ends coach coaching Pro Bowl tight end Rob Gronkowski. During Daboll’s second stint in New England, the Patriots won two Super Bowls.

On 18 February 2017, he returned to college football for the Alabama Crimson Tide as offensive coordinator, marking his first college football coaching stint in 18 years. He was reunited with Alabama head coach Nick Saban, whom he served with while Saban was the head coach of Michigan State. During his lone season in Alabama, he coached quarterbacks  Tua Tagovailoa and Jalen Hurts.

On 4th January 2018, he was named the new offensive coordinator for the Buffalo Bills under head coach Sean McDermott. The team won its first division title and playoff game since 1995, finished with 13 wins for the first time since 1991, and made their first AFC Championship Game since 1993 but lost 24–38 to the Kansas City Chiefs. He won the Associated Press NFL Assistant Coach of the Year Award for the 2020 season for his work.

On January 28, 2022, he was hired as the New York Giants’ 20th head coach. His kick-off as the head coach came in a 21–20 victory over the Tennessee Titans.

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