Todd Bowles Names 3 Offensive Position Coaches

Posted Jan 27, 2015

Steve Marshall Takes Over Jets' O-Line, Kevin Patullo Quarterbacks & Marcel Shipp Running Backs

Three offensive position coaches have been named to Jets head coach Todd Bowles' coaching staff — Steve Marshall as offensive line coach, Kevin Patullo as quarterbacks coach, and Marcel Shipp as running backs coach.

Steve Marshall, Offensive Line

Marshall's first pro-level coaching assignment was with the Texans in 2002-05. He also was with the Browns in 2007-08 and joined the Packers staff last season as assistant offensive line coach.

Before and during that time he also coached on the college level at New Mexico State, Colorado, California, North Carolina, Texas A&M, UCLA, Tennessee, Virginia Tech, Murray State, Louisville, Marshall and Plymouth State.

Kevin Patullo, Quarterbacks

Patullo, a Hillsborough, NJ, native who was the Titans' assistant wide receivers coach last year, will be in charge of developing the Jets' quarterbacks along with offensive coordinator Chan Gailey.

Patullo served three years on Gailey's Bills staff from 2010-12 as offensive quality control and assistant wideouts coach and also was on Herm Edwards' Chiefs staff in '07-08.

Marcel Shipp, Running Backs

Shipp coached alongside Bowles as an intern on the Cardinals staff in 2013, then last year was named running backs coach at his alma mater, Massachusetts.

He was a Cardinals RB for seven seasons from 2001-07, was on the Texans' offseason roster in '08, and spent four seasons with the United Football League's Las Vegas Locomotives, three as a player and 2012 as a coach.

Shipp was born in Paterson, NJ, played his high school ball at Passaic Tech in nearby Wayne, and had an outstanding playing career at  UMass.


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