Mike Devlin enters his fifth season with the Houston Texans in 2019, where he will serve as the teamís offensive line coach.

Devlin came to Houston from the New York Jets, where he spent nine seasons coaching the offensive line and tight ends for the Gang Green.

Joined the Jets after two seasons as the offensive line coach for the University of Toledo (2004-05). In 2005, his line plowed the way for the 11th-ranked offense in the country (459.2 yards/game) as T Nick Kaczur developed into a third-round draft pick (2005) of the Patriots.

Began his coaching career as the offensive quality control coach for the Arizona Cardinals in 2000 before being promoted to assistant offensive line coach in 2001.

Career Highlights

Selected in the fifth round of the 1993 NFL draft by the Buffalo Bills.

Played in 101 regular season games over seven seasons, from 1993-95 with the Bills and from 1996-99 with the Cardinals.

Appeared in Super Bowl XXVIII with the Bills.

Earned All-America honors at the University of Iowa and was a semifinalist for the Outland Trophy as the nationís top interior lineman in 1992.

Named Big Ten Offensive Lineman of the Year in 1992 in addition to being tabbed Big Ten MVP by the Chicago Tribune.

Earned All-America honors at Cherokee HS in Marlton, NJ, before matriculating to Iowa.

Off the Field
Wife, Julie; four children: sons Zachary and Matthew, and daughters, Hallie and Carlie.


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