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Ted Williams
Tight Ends Coach

Biography

Entering his 19th season with the Eagles, Ted Williams was named tight ends coach during the 2013 offseason after serving as the team's running backs coach for the past 16 seasons. Williams last served as a tight ends coach for two seasons from 1995-96 under head coach Ray Rhodes.

In 2013, Williams was part of an offense that helped set Eagles franchise records in points, total net yards, touchdowns, passing yards and fewest turnovers. Under Williams’ direction, the Eagles
14.2 yards per catch was the highest by any team since the 2000 St. Louis Rams (14.5).

As running backs coach, Williams tutored a 1,000-yard rusher eight times, including the 1,309-yard performance by LeSean McCoy in 2011. McCoy, who earned All-Pro honors and a Pro Bowl bid for the first time in his career, set a team record with 20 total touchdowns, including a franchise-best 17 on the ground.

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Entering his 19th season with the Eagles, Ted Williams was named tight ends coach during the 2013 offseason after serving as the team's running backs coach for the past 16 seasons. Williams last served as a tight ends coach for two seasons from 1995-96 under head coach Ray Rhodes.

In 2013, Williams was part of an offense that helped set Eagles franchise records in points, total net yards, touchdowns, passing yards and fewest turnovers. Under Williams’ direction, the Eagles
14.2 yards per catch was the highest by any team since the 2000 St. Louis Rams (14.5).

As running backs coach, Williams tutored a 1,000-yard rusher eight times, including the 1,309-yard performance by LeSean McCoy in 2011. McCoy, who earned All-Pro honors and a Pro Bowl bid for the first time in his career, set a team record with 20 total touchdowns, including a franchise-best 17 on the ground.

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