Jeff Stoutland Biography
Jeff Stoutland is a famous American football coach who is presently working as the offensive line coach and run game coordinator in the National Football League (NFL) for the Philadelphia Eagles. Jeff worked for the University of Miami as the interim head football coach in 2010.
Jeff Stoutland Age
Jeff Stoutland was born on February 10, 1962, in Staten Island, New York, United States, and presently he is 61 years old.
Jeff Stoutland Height
Stoutland stands at an average stature of 6 feet 7 inches.
Jeff Stoutland Family
He was born and raised in Staten Island, New York, United States by his loving and protective parents Jerry and Joyce. Jeff has not mentioned any information about his siblings in the public eye thus these details will be updated as soon as Stoutland does.
Jeff Stoutland Wife
Jeff is happily wedded to his gorgeous and supportive wife, Allison Stoutland. Jeff and his wife Allison are blessed with two adorable kids, a beautiful daughter, Madi who is 15 years old, and an amazing son Jake who is 17 years of age. The adorable family presently resides happily in Hamden, Conn and they own a pet dog, Cornell who is 6 years old.
Jeff Stoutland Education
He studied at Port Richmond High School and thereafter he went to Southern Connecticut State University.
Jeff Stoutland Salary
Jeff receives an annual salary of between $100, 000 to 500, 000 and this is according to the Philadelphia Eagles offensive line coach and run game coordinators’ salaries.
Jeff Stoutland Net Worth
Stoutland has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 million US dollars.
Jeff Stoutland Career
Jeff was a three-year starter and four-year letterman at inside linebacker for head coach Kevin Gilbride at Southern Connecticut State, where while acting as team captain he acquired Little All-America honors as a senior. In 1984 Jeff graduated with a bachelor’s degree in physical education.
Stoutland’s coaching career commenced at his alma mater, Southern Connecticut State where he worked as an inside linebackers coach for two seasons. Thereafter, Jeff worked at Syracuse for two years as a graduate assistant for Dick MacPherson. Afterward, Jeff went back to Southern Connecticut where he worked as offensive coordinator until 1992. He worked at Cornell and Syracuse as the offensive line coach and later served at Michigan State from 2000 until 2006. Jeff led the Big Ten in fewest sacks allowed and assisted develop six All-Big Ten selections during his period at Michigan State.
Jeff worked as the offensive line coach at Miami for four seasons. The Hurricanes led the ACC in total offense and were third in rushing in 2010. Jeff was named interim head coach for the team’s bowl game on November 28, 2010, after Miami’s head coach Randy Shannon was sacked. In his only game as coach, Miami lost 33-17 to Notre Dame.
After Joe Pendry retired Stoutland was named Alabama’s offensive line coach on January 14, 2011. The Crimson Tide won consecutive BCS national championships over the LSU Tigers (2011) and Notre Dame Fighting Irish (2012) respectively during his brief stint at Alabama as OL coach.
The Philadelphia Eagles employed him on February 7, 2013, as the offensive line coach under head coach Chip Kelly. Jeff was retained under new Eagles head coach Doug Pederson in 2016. When the Eagles defeated the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII Jeff won his first Super Bowl ring. Jeff was given an additional position as run game coordinator on March 7, 2018. Jeff was retained under the Eagle’s new head coach Nick Sirianni in 2021. Jeff and the Eagles agreed to a contract extension on February 5, 2023.