Coaches

Keith Carter
Offensive Quality Control
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Hired on February 14, 2012, to be the team’s quality control/offense coach, Carter’s primary responsibilities include video study of opponents, self-scouting, playbook production, and assisting offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell.

Carter breaks in to the NFL ranks after spending the previous three seasons at the University of San Diego, serving as the running game coordinator/offensive line coach in 2011, while also coaching tight ends during his tenure.

Hired on February 14, 2012, to be the team’s quality control/offense coach, Carter’s primary responsibilities include video study of opponents, self-scouting, playbook production, and assisting offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell.

Carter breaks in to the NFL ranks after spending the previous three seasons at the University of San Diego, serving as the running game coordinator/offensive line coach in 2011, while also coaching tight ends during his tenure.

He began his coaching career at Wagner College in 2006 and moved on to coach the University of Redlands offensive line from 2007-08.

Carter graduated from UCLA with a degree in sociology after playing four years on offense for the Bruins, and followed that with his master’s in secondary education from Wagner College. A native of Downingtown, Pa., Carter was born on July 2, 1982 and is married to wife, Kristin.

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