MACK BROWN returns for his fourth season with the New York Jets, second as an offensive assistant, after two seasons as a defensive assistant. Brown, who initially joined the team in 2019, is now in his second season working with the team's receivers after two working with the linebackers.
In the 2022 Senior Bowl, Brown was elevated to wide receivers coach working with the National Team's six WRs as part of a staff that won 20-10.
Last season, his first on the offensive side with the Jets, Brown worked with wide receiver coach Miles Austin as five different Jets receivers caught 25+ passes, the only such team in the league in 2021, while four had multiple touchdown receptions. 2021 second-round pick, Elijah Moore, became the first rookie to lead the Jets in receiving yards since 1995, averaging 76.5 yards per game between Weeks Eight and 13 (his final six games of the season).
Working primarily with the linebackers in his first two seasons (2019-20) with the Jets, Brown helped Neville Hewitt produce single-season career highs in 2019 (72) and 2020 (131) as Hewitt finished ninth in the league last season. Additionally, those two seasons, the five different inside linebackers have produced at least one 10+ tackle game, as the defense allowed just 99.5 yards per game rushing, the fourth best average in the league.
Prior to joining the Jets, Brown spent the previous three seasons as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Missouri State, helping the Bears increase their scoring average in consecutive seasons.
Before Missouri State, Brown served on the staff at Missouri, starting as a recruiting assistant before adding the role of offensive quality control and graduate assistant. He began his coaching career as an assistant coach at William Jewell College, before moving on as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Lawrence (KS) High School.
As a player at Baker, Brown was a first-team All-HAAC performer in 2008 and a three-time NAIA Academic All-American, helping to lead the Wildcats to their first NAIA playoff berth in 15 years. He finished with school records for most passing yards in a career, season and game by a Wildcat quarterback.
Brown completed a master's degree in health, physical education and recreation from Emporia State in 2011. He is married to his wife, Amanda.
New York Jets | 2019-Present
Offensive Assistant - 2021-present
Defensive Assistant - 2019-20
Missouri State | 2015-18
Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks - 2017-18
Co-Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks - 2016
Wide Receivers - 2015
Missouri | 2012-14
Offensive Graduate Assistant/Tight Ends - 2013-14
Recruiting Asst./Offensive QC Graduate Asst. - 2012
Lawrence (KS) HS | 2011
Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks - 2011
William Jewell (MO) College | 2010
Wide Receivers - 2010
Baker University (Quarterback) - 2006-09
Colorado (Quarterback) - 2005