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Steve Marshall returns for his third season as the Jets offensive line coach, his 37th season coaching football and 10th in the NFL. Last season, Marshall coached an offensive line that saw nine different starters, including multiple starters at four of the five positions as four projected starters finished the year on injured reserve. Despite the turnover, the line helped blocked for an offense that finished in the top half of the league in both rushing yards (12th) and sacks allowed (t-16th).

Steve Marshall returns for his third season as the Jets offensive line coach, his 37th season coaching football and 10th in the NFL. Last season, Marshall coached an offensive line that saw nine different starters, including multiple starters at four of the five positions as four projected starters finished the year on injured reserve. Despite the turnover, the line helped blocked for an offense that finished in the top half of the league in both rushing yards (12th) and sacks allowed (t-16th).

In his first season (2015), Marshall’s offensive line ranked in the top 10 in the league in sacks allowed, helping quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick and running back Chris Ivory both establish career best seasons as Fitzpatrick set a franchise record for most passing touchdowns (31) and Ivory earned Pro Bowl honors after gaining an AFC-leading 1,070 yards rushing.

Prior to the Jets, Marshall’s lines helped two quarterbacks, Derek Anderson (CLV, 2007) and Aaron Rodgers (GB, 2014) earn Pro Bowl appearances. In CLV, he helped rookie first-round draft choice offensive tackle Joe Thomas earn Pro Bowl honors in his first two seasons, adding All-Pro recognition in his second, while his lines paved the way for running back Jamal Lewis to gain over 1,000 yards each year.

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