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In American football, a position coach is a team official in charge of coaching a specific position group. Position coaches have more specialized duties than the head coach, assistant coach, and the offensive and defensive coordinators.
- Defensive line coach
- Linebacker coach
- Offensive line coach
- Quarterback coach
- Running backs coach
- Secondary coach. Responsible for coaching defensive backs, including safeties and cornerbacks
- Special teams coach. Responsible for coordinating punts, kickoffs, and field goals/extra points
- Tight ends coach
- Wide receivers coach
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