Former Michigan State football assistant coach Jeff Stoutland has been all over the place and in a number of different coaching positions, but he clearly has a niche.
That would be the offensive line and Stoutland has been doing it at the highest level in the NFL with the Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles since 2013 but on Wednesday, he was also promoted to run game coordinator as well.
— Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) March 7, 2018
Stoutland was the offensive line coach with the Spartans from 2000-2006 before serving in the same position at Miami from 2007-2010 and was the interim head coach for the Hurricanes bowl game in that final year after head coach Randy Shannon was fired.
After a quick stint at Alabama from 2011-2012, Stoutland went to the Eagles where he’s been ever since.
Before the Spartans, he worked in multiple positions at Southern Connecticut, Syracuse and Cornell.