Greg Scruggs joins defensive line coach Aaron Whitecotton in tutoring the Jets' D-linemen after serving as director of player development for two years and D-line coach for two years at the University of Cincinnati from 2018-21.
As a player, Scruggs is a five-year pro and two-time Super Bowl champion. He entered the NFL as Seattle's seventh-round selection (232nd overall) in 2012, played 14 games at DL for the Seahawks from '12-14, and while on Injured Reserve won his first title with the 'Hawks for their SBXLVIII win over the Colts at MetLife Stadium in early '14. He was on the roster for two years when Saleh was the Seahawks' defensive quality control coach.
Scruggs then played four games for Chicago in 2015-16, shifting to TE in his final pro season, and joined the Patriots roster, went on IR and proceeded to earn his second ring in the Pats' 34-28 OT win over the Falcons in SBLI. As a collegian, Scruggs played DT for four seasons at Louisville.
New York Jets | 2022-Present
Assistant Defensive Line - 2022-Present
University of Cincinnati | 2018-21
Defensive Line - 2020-21
Director of Player Development/NFL Liaison - 2018-19
Ball State University (Defensive Tackle) - 2010-13