Gil Haskell

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Gil Haskell
Personal information
Date of birth (1943-09-24) September 24, 1943 (age 70)
Career information
Position(s) Offensive coordinator
Head coaching record
Super Bowl wins 1996 Super Bowl XXXI
Championships won 2005 NFC Championship
Team(s) as a coach/administrator
1978-1982

1983-1986

1987-1990

1991

1992-1994

1995-1997

1998-1999

2000-2008

2010-present
USC
(assistant coach)
Los Angeles Rams
(special teams)
Los Angeles Rams
(running backs)
Los Angeles Rams
(ST/TE)
Green Bay Packers
(running backs)
Green Bay Packers
(wide receivers)
Carolina Panthers
(offensive coordinator)
Seattle Seahawks
(offensive coordinator)
Cleveland Browns
(senior advisor to president)

Gil Haskell (born September 24, 1943) is a long time NFL coach and the former Offensive Coordinator of the Seattle Seahawks. He began his career in the NFL as a ball boy with the San Francisco 49ers while his uncle Dr. William O’Grady was a part owner of the franchise. Coach Haskell grew up in St. Brendan's Parish in San Francisco, graduated from St. Ignatius High School in 1961, played at San Francisco State, and then was head coach at St. Ignatius from 1973-1977. Haskell then left for USC, spending 5 seasons as an assistant coach. He broke into the NFL as a coach in 1983 with the Los Angeles Rams, coaching special teams, running backs and tight ends for 9 seasons. In 1992 he joined the Green Bay Packers where he became part of Mike Holmgren's staff for the first time as a running back coach and wide receiver coach. When Holmgren left Green Bay for the Seattle Seahawks in 1998 Haskell accepted the Offensive Coordinator position with the Carolina Panthers. The next season he reunited with Holmgren in Seattle in the same role. He has indicated that he would like to be a head coach in the NFL and even launched a low key campaign for the Oakland Raiders position when the Raiders fired Norv Turner after the 2005 season.[1] That position was eventually filled with the hiring of Art Shell.

On February 10, 2010 the Cleveland Browns announced that they have hired Gil Haskell as the Senior Advisor to President.

Gil and his wife Nancy have four grown daughters, Paula, Patty, Jenny and Julie and live in Kirkland, Washington.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kelley, Steve (January 18, 2006). "Seattle Times Story". The Seattle Times. Retrieved 18 January 2006. 

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Preceded by
Joe Pendry
Carolina Panthers Offensive Coordinators
1998-1999
Succeeded by
Bill Musgrave
Preceded by
Mike Sherman
Seattle Seahawks Offensive Coordinators
2000-2008
Succeeded by
Greg Knapp