Bill Callahan Biography
Bill Callahan is an American football coach who is currently the assistant head coach and offensive line coach for the Washington Redskins of the National Football League (NFL). He was formerly the head coach of the Oakland Raiders for the 2002 and 2003 seasons and led them to Super Bowl XXXVII.
Bill Callahan Age
He was born William E. Callahan in Chicago, Illinois on July 31, 1956.
Bill Callahan Wife | Kids
Bill is married to Valerie Callahan. Together the couple has four children.
Bill Callahan Height
His height is still under review.
Bill Callahan Net worth
Callahan’s total net worth is under assessment.
Bill Callahan College career
Callahan was a four-year starter at quarterback at Illinois Benedictine College in Lisle, Illinois, where he was an NAIA honorable mention All-American in his final two seasons.
Early coaching career
The Chicago local started his instructing vocation in 1978 with consecutive year-long spells as an associate mentor at Oak Lawn Community High School and De La Salle Institute. Callahan began his school training vocation not long after in 1980 as an alumni aide at University of Illinois before being elevated to full-time partner in 1981, instructing tight finishes, hostile line, quarterbacks and exceptional groups through 1986.
Callahan served a two-year spell, 1987–1988, as hostile line mentor at Northern Arizona University and one year as a hostile facilitator of Southern Illinois in 1989. From 1990–1994, Callahan was hostile line mentor at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. He has been applauded by previous Wisconsin mentor Barry Alvarez as being one of the essential reasons why the Badgers had the option to turn their program around and in the long run success three Rose Bowls during the 1990s. Alvarez referred to Callahan explicitly for his solid enlisting capacities.
At Southern Illinois in 1989, he drove an offense that kept running for 1,245 yards and tossed for 2,569 yards with 19 TD. Starting in 2011, the 238 fulfillments and 432 pass endeavors were second-most in school history in the two classes. At Wisconsin after a 1–10 season in 1990, he helped make ready for Terrell Fletcher to keep running for 446 yards in 1991. In 1992, that number bounced to 492 and Brent Moss kept running for 739 yards and 9 TD. By 1993, Wisconsin’s hostile line prepared for Moss’ 1,637 yards and 16 TD. Fletcher additionally kept running for 996 and 9 TD. QB Darrell Bevell had the option to toss for 19 TD.
In 1994, Bevell would toss 17 TD and Fletcher would keep running for 1,476 yards and 12 TD while Moss kept running for 833 yards and 8 TD. A portion of the OL that Callahan trained during this period included: Joe Panos, Joe Rudolph, Steve Stark, Mike Verstegen, and Cory Raymer.
NFL coaching career
Callahan started his NFL career as the offensive line coach for the Philadelphia Eagles from 1995 to 1997. He then spent four seasons as the Oakland Raiders offensive coordinator before being named the franchise’s 13th head coach prior to the 2002 season. Callahan was the head coach of the Oakland Raiders of the NFL during the 2002 and 2003 seasons.
n his first season as a head mentor, Callahan drove the Raiders to a third sequential AFC West title and the establishment’s first Super Bowl since coming back to Oakland, making him simply the fourth freshman head mentor in NFL history to do as such.
The Raiders endured a disproportionate annihilation in Super Bowl XXXVII losing 48–21 to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers instructed by his previous manager Jon Gruden.
This was to a great extent on the grounds that Callahan kept Gruden’s old playbook pretty much flawless, and the Bucs had gotten such a great amount of data about the Raiders’ hostile plan from Gruden that they knew precisely what plays were coming. It didn’t help that the Raiders were without beginning focus Barret Robbins, the pioneer of their hostile line.
Robbins went into a hyper scene after not taking his drug and went through the greater part of the day preceding the game in Tijuana accepting the Raiders had effectively won. When he at long last reemerged, he was indistinguishable to such an extent that Callahan had no real option except to leave him off the list.
Callahan is the third Raiders head mentor to win an AFC West title and lead his group into the meeting title game in his first full season. Just Art Shell (1990) and John Madden (1969) had achieved this accomplishment.
New York Jets
On January 18, 2008, Callahan was hired as assistant head football mentor of the New York Jets. On January 2, 2009, Callahan met for the head football mentor of the New York football Jets. In 2008, three of the hostile linemen (with Bill Callahan as their position mentor) from the Jets were named to the Pro Bowl Nick Mangold, Alan Faneca, and D’Brickashaw Ferguson. Every one of the three rehashed in 2009.
Under Callahan’s course of the running game, the Jets broke the establishment football record in 2009 increasing 2756 football yards on the ground through 16 customary season football match-ups. They drove the National Football League in football hurrying and arrived at the midpoint of 4.5-football yards per football endeavor. For the 2009 football season, Peter King named Callahan the associate football mentor of the football year.
On January 15, 2015, Callahan was hired as the offensive line coach for the Washington Redskins. On March 15, 2017, Callahan was promoted to assistant head football coach alongside his football offensive line football duties.