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Keith Carter
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Keith Carter joins the Titans in 2018 after three seasons (2015-17) with the Atlanta Falcons. A veteran of 13 seasons as a coach, Carter has five years of NFL coaching experience.

While with the Falcons, he spent two years (2015-16) as the Assistant Offensive Line coach and the Running Backs coach this past season (2017).

The offensive line for the 2016 Falcons protected the NFL MVP Matt Ryan and paved the way for the fifth-best rushing attack in the NFL, while winning the NFC Championship.

As Running Backs coach last year, the Falcons produced the ninth-ranked rushing total with Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman combining for 1,493 yards and 12 rushing yards.
Keith Carter joins the Titans in 2018 after three seasons (2015-17) with the Atlanta Falcons. A veteran of 13 seasons as a coach, Carter has five years of NFL coaching experience.

While with the Falcons, he spent two years (2015-16) as the Assistant Offensive Line coach and the Running Backs coach this past season (2017).

The offensive line for the 2016 Falcons protected the NFL MVP Matt Ryan and paved the way for the fifth-best rushing attack in the NFL, while winning the NFC Championship.

As Running Backs coach last year, the Falcons produced the ninth-ranked rushing total with Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman combining for 1,493 yards and 12 rushing yards.

Prior to joining the Falcons, Carter was the Offensive Line/Run Game coach for one year (2014) at San Jose State. He also tallied two seasons (2012-13) as the Offensive Quality Control coach for the Seattle Seahawks. Additionally, Carter had stops at the University of San Diego (Tight Ends, 2009; Offensive Line, 2010-11), University of the Redlands (Offensive Line, 2007-08), Wagner College (Tight Ends, 2006) and UCLA (Undergraduate Assistant, 2005).

Carter played his tight end, H-back and fullback at UCLA.

A native of Downingtown, Pa. he is the grandson of Pro Football Hall of Famer, Gino Marchetti, who played for the Baltimore Colts.

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