Tommy Brasher

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Tommy Brasher is an American football coach who currently serves as the Kansas City Chiefs' defensive line coach.[1] He coached the Philadelphia Eagles line in 1985, then moved on to the Atlanta Falcons until 1989. After this he went to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to coach for 1 year in 1990. He coached the Seattle Seahawks Defensive line from 1992-1998. Then he went back to the Philadelphia Eagles from 1999, until 2005, when he retired.[2] In 2001 he was awarded the Eagles Ed Block Courage Award. He came out of retirement in 2012 to rejoin the Eagles after the firing of Jim Washburn to finish the season. After head coach Andy Reid was fired by the Eagles and hired by the Chiefs, Brasher was among the assistant coaches who followed Reid to Kansas City.


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