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Nate Kaczor enters his sixth season as an NFL coach, second with the Titans and first as special teams coach.

Last year, Kaczor was the assistant offensive line coach, assisting Bruce Matthews with the group.

Kaczor joined the Titans after spending four seasons (2008-11) with the Jacksonville Jaguars as assistant special teams coach. The Jaguars fielded some of the best special teams units each of those seasons, with Montell Owens earning the AFC special teams spot in the Pro Bowl each of Kaczor’s last two years (2010 & 2011). Additionally, Jacksonville’s units ranked in the top 10 in a number of categories, including punt return average allowed (2008-11), kickoff return average allowed (2010, 2008) and net punt return average (2010). Punter Adam Podlesh posted a then team-record 39.2 net average in 2010.

Nate Kaczor enters his sixth season as an NFL coach, second with the Titans and first as special teams coach.

Last year, Kaczor was the assistant offensive line coach, assisting Bruce Matthews with the group.

Kaczor joined the Titans after spending four seasons (2008-11) with the Jacksonville Jaguars as assistant special teams coach. The Jaguars fielded some of the best special teams units each of those seasons, with Montell Owens earning the AFC special teams spot in the Pro Bowl each of Kaczor’s last two years (2010 & 2011). Additionally, Jacksonville’s units ranked in the top 10 in a number of categories, including punt return average allowed (2008-11), kickoff return average allowed (2010, 2008) and net punt return average (2010). Punter Adam Podlesh posted a then team-record 39.2 net average in 2010.

Prior to joining the NFL coaching ranks, Kaczor spent 17 years coaching in college. He spent two years at Louisiana-Monroe as co-offensive coordinator (2007) and tight ends coach (2006). The team ranked second in the Sun Belt conference in rushing offense in 2007 and averaged the most points scored (23.5) at the school since 1993.

Kaczor served two seasons (2004-05) as co-offensive coordinator/tight ends coach at Idaho. In 2005, the Vandals passing attack ranked 28th in the nation.

As the offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach at Nebraska-Kearney from 2000-03, the offense broke or tied 31 records and averaged 35 points per game and 442 yards of offense.

Kaczor began his coaching career at his alma mater, Utah State, in 1991. He would spend nine seasons as an assistant coach for the Aggies as the team won three conference championships and played in two bowl games. As a player at Utah State, Kaczor was a center who was a team captain and earned all-conference honors in 1989.

A native of Scott City, Kan., Kaczor and his wife, Angie, have two children, Kaylee and Micah.

Nate Kaczor Coaching Ledger:
2013: Special Teams, Tennessee Titans
2012: Assistant Offensive Line, Tennessee Titans
2008-11: Assistant Special Teams, Jacksonville Jaguars
2007: Co-Offensive Coordinator, Louisiana-Monroe
2006: Tight Ends, Louisiana-Monroe
2004-05:
Co-Offensive Coordinator/Tight Ends, Idaho
2000-03: Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks, Nebraska-Kearney
1991-99:
Offensive Assistant, Utah State

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