Dan Campbell has been named tight ends coach by the Miami Dolphins, it was announced today.
Campbell originally joined Tony Sparano’s staff prior to the 2010 season, serving as a coaching intern/offense. His responsibilities included assisting the offensive coaches with all facets of preparation with an emphasis on the offensive line.
Campbell joined the Dolphins after 11 years of playing experience with the New York Giants (1999-2002), Dallas Cowboys (2003-05), Detroit Lions (2006-08) and most recently the New Orleans Saints (2009). A third-round selection of the Giants in the 1999 NFL draft, the former tight end appeared in 114 games with 75 starts over the course of his career and caught 91 passes for 934 yards and 11 touchdowns.
He attended Texas A&M where he was a four year letter winner and an agricultural development major. The Clifton, Texas native and his wife, Holly, have a son, Cody.
Dan Campbell’s Coaching Career
2010 Miami Dolphins – Coaching Intern/Offense
2011 Miami Dolphins – Tight Ends Coach