Jason Rebrovich is an assistant football coach in the National Football League (NFL). He serves as the defensive line coach for the Jacksonville Jaguars. He also spent time coaching the Buffalo Bills and Syracuse Orange.
|Position:||Defensive Line Coach|
|Born:||Clarence, New York|
Rebrovich began coaching at his alma mater of Cortland State from 2001 to 2003, serving as its defensive line and strength coach. He then served as the defensive line at Concord University in 2004 and Ferris State University from 2005 to 2007. Rebrovich also served as the head strength and conditioning coach at both schools.
Rebrovich returned to Cortland in 2008 as its defensive coordinator, as well as its special teams coordinator and head strength and conditioning coach. He stayed there through the 2010 season, before becoming a defensive quality control coach for Syracuse University for the 2011 and 2012 seasons.
In 2013, he followed then Syracuse head coach Doug Marrone to the Buffalo Bills where he became a defensive quality control coach. Rebrovich was promoted to assistant defensive line coach before the 2014 season.
In 2017, he began working with the Jacksonville Jaguars defensive staff. He was promoted to defensive line coach on January 16, 2019. He missed the team's week 11 game in 2020 against the Pittsburgh Steelers due to COVID-19 pandemic protocols.
Rebrovich is a native of Clarence, New York, and graduated from Clarence High School in 1996. He played two years of college football at Alfred State College, before finishing his collegiate football career at Cortland.
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