The Al-Nusour team announced the following changes to the coaching staff on the first day of the training camp:
Denard Wilson Defensive Passing/ Defensive Back Coordinator
Jeremiah Washburn Defensive ends/outside full-backs
Alex Tani – Midfield assistant / attacking assistant
Tyler Scudder Defensive assistant
Eric Dickerson – Offensive Quality Control
Scott Kaneki Administrative Assistant to the Head Coach
Denard Wilson He added the title and responsibilities of the defensive passing game coordinator during the 2022 season after originally joining the Eagles as a defensive tackle coach in 2021. In his first season with the Eagles, Wilson supported a defense that allowed the fifth lowest explosive plays (117), eighth lowest yards per attempt ( 6.8), and the tenth lowest yards per game (328.8) in the NFL. Wilson coached the New York Jets defensive linebacker from 2017-20, including two years as the passing game coordinator (2019-20). He played an important role in developing Jamal Adams’ integrity, and directed him to the All-Pro and Pro Bowl Awards after the 2018-19 seasons. From 2015-16, Wilson coached the Los Angeles/St. Lewis Rams defensive appearance. He originally entered the NFL coaching ranks as a defensive QC coach (2012-14) with the St. Louis after a four-year stint (2008-11) as a professional scout with the Chicago Bears. Wilson was a team captain and starter for three years as a defensive linebacker in Maryland, earning All-ACC honors in 2004. After his team play career, Wilson was signed by Washington as an uncredited rookie. Born in Upper Marlborough, Wilson, MD, graduated with a degree in communications from Maryland in 2004. He and his wife, Tahitia, have a daughter, Riley, and a son, Reese.
Jeremiah Washburn He has more than two decades of experience as a coach and scout in the NFL. He entered his fourth year overall with Philadelphia and the first with the end of the team’s defense/outside quarterback coach. Previously he worked as a Senior Defense Assistant from 2020-21. In 2021, Washburn helped set up an Eagles defense that allowed the ninth-fellest dash yards per game (107.9) and the tenth-fellest yards-per-game (328.8) in the NFL. Additionally, the defensive line featured two first-time Pro Bowlers in defensive tackle Javon Hargrave and defensive end Josh Sweat. Washburn originally joined the Philadelphia staff as an advanced project coordinator during the 2019 season. Prior to his time with the Eagles, Washburn served as the offensive line coach for the Miami Dolphins in 2018. He also spent the 2017 campaign as the Chicago Bears offensive line coach after serving as an assistant offensive line coach. for the Dolphins in 2016. Washburn originally started his NFL coaching career with the Detroit Lions as offensive line coach (2013-15) and assistant offensive line coach (2009-12). From 2003 to 2008, Washburn was an area explorer (2005-2008) and assistant personnel (2003-2004) on the Baltimore Ravens. He was also a football operations assistant for the Carolina Panthers in 2002. Born in Shelby, NC, Washburn played a guard in Arkansas and worked at his alma mater as an alumni assistant (2000-2001). Washburn is married to his wife Susan. The couple has two daughters, Ally and Megan, and a son, Drew.
Alex Tani He was named Philadelphia Eagles Quarterback Assistant Coach/Assistant Offensive during the 2022 season. The former NFL quarterback, he originally joined the team as a QC offensive coach in 2021 after returning from his nine-year football career (2012-20). ). In his first coaching season, Tani supported the attack that led the league with the team’s records in both rushing yards (2,715) and quick touchdowns (25). Philadelphia also ranked 4th in the 3rd percentile (the franchisee scored 45.7 percent) and allowed the few least 5th percentiles (16). Tani served as a reserve midfielder throughout his football career. After originally entering the NFL as a non-certified free agent with the Kansas City Chiefs (2012), Taney also spent time with the Dallas Cowboys (2013), Cleveland Browns (2013), Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2014), and the Tennessee Titans (2014). -15), 2015-17), Buffalo Bills (2015), Indianapolis Colts (2015) and New York Giants (2018-20). Tani is from Lexington, Illinois, graduated from Monmouth with a degree in Business and Economics. His two older brothers, Matt and Mitch, also work in the sports industry. Matt is the Director of Athletics at Wabash College (IN) and Mitch previously served as Director of Analytics at the Denver Broncos. Tani and his wife Rebecca have three children: Gunnar Wyatt and Barrett.