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Craig Aukerman
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Craig Aukerman enters his second season with the Titans and first as special teams coach. The 2018 season marks his ninth NFL season and 19th overall year in coaching.

Aukerman joined the Titans as special teams assistant in 2017 after four seasons (2013-16) with the San Diego Chargers working with their special teams, first as an assistant special teams coach (2013-15) and then as the special teams coordinator (2016).

In 2016 for the Chargers, second-year kicker Josh Lambo led the NFL in touchbacks (67) and rookie punter Drew Kaser ranked 10th in the NFL for average (46.3). He also has experience as an assistant special teams coach at Jacksonville in 2012.

Overall, Aukerman has 18 years of coaching experience – 10 on the college level and eight in the NFL. On the college side, Aukerman spent time coaching at Kent State (2009), Miami (Ohio) (2005-08 & 2001-02), Western Kentucky (2003-04) and University of Findlay (Ohio) (2000). He broke into the NFL as a defensive assistant for the Denver Broncos (2010), before joining the Jaguars in 2011.

Craig Aukerman enters his second season with the Titans and first as special teams coach. This will be his ninth NFL season and his 19th year in coaching.

Aukerman joined the Titans as special teams assistant in 2017 after four seasons (2013-16) with the San Diego Chargers working with their special teams, first as an assistant special teams coach (2013-15) and then as the special teams coordinator (2016). In 2016 for the Chargers, second-year kicker Josh Lambo led the NFL in touchbacks (67) and rookie punter Drew Kaser ranked 10th in the NFL for average (46.3). He also has experience as an assistant special teams coach at Jacksonville in 2012.

Overall, Aukerman has 18 years of coaching experience – 10 on the college level and eight in the NFL. On the college side, Aukerman spent time coaching at Kent State (2009), Miami (Ohio) (2005-08 & 2001-02), Western Kentucky (2003-04) and University of Findlay (Ohio) (2000). He broke into the NFL as a defensive assistant for the Denver Broncos (2010), before joining the Jaguars in 2011.

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