Coaches

Dave Canales
Assistant Quarterbacks/Quality Control - Offense
College:
Azusa Pacific
Experience:
4

Named to his current position February 13, 2013, Canales entered the NFL after one season as USC’s offensive administrative assistant in 2009.

Canales’ primary responsibilities include video study of opponents, self-scouting, playbook production, and assisting offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell and quarterback coach Carl Smith.

Prior to USC, he coached quarterbacks at El Camino College from 2006-08.

A graduate of Azusa Pacific, where he played receiver for four years, he earned his degree in business administration.

Born May 7, 1981, in Carson, Calif., Dave and his wife, Lizzy, have two children, Ashby and Benjamin.

Named to his current position February 13, 2013, Canales entered the NFL after one season as USC’s offensive administrative assistant in 2009.

Canales’ primary responsibilities include video study of opponents, self-scouting, playbook production, and assisting offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell and quarterback coach Carl Smith.

Prior to USC, he coached quarterbacks at El Camino College from 2006-08.

A graduate of Azusa Pacific, where he played receiver for four years, he earned his degree in business administration.

Born May 7, 1981, in Carson, Calif., Dave and his wife, Lizzy, have two children, Ashby and Benjamin.

 

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