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Kevin Patullo
Assistant Wide Receivers

Biography

Kevin Patullo enters his sixth season in the NFL as the assistant wide receivers coach for the Titans after spending three seasons (2010-12) with the Buffalo Bills.

In his three years with the Bills, he served as quality control coach and assistant wide receivers coach. In his time there, he saw wide receiver Stevie Johnson post three consecutive 1,000-yard receiving seasons (2010-1,073; 2011-1,004; 2012-1,046).

Kevin Patullo enters his sixth season in the NFL as the assistant wide receivers coach for the Titans after spending three seasons (2010-12) with the Buffalo Bills.

In his three years with the Bills, he served as quality control coach and assistant wide receivers coach. In his time there, he saw wide receiver Stevie Johnson post three consecutive 1,000-yard receiving seasons (2010-1,073; 2011-1,004; 2012-1,046).

His NFL coaching debut came in 2007 with the Kansas City Chiefs, where he spent two seasons as offensive assistant/quality control coach, including a stint working with the wide receivers. Prior to his time with the Chiefs, Patullo served three years (2004-06) as an offensive graduate assistant at the University of Arizona. He began his coaching career for his alma mater, the University of South Florida, in 2003 as a graduate assistant.

Patullo graduated from South Florida after playing both quarterback and wide receiver from 1999 to 2002.

A native of Hillsborough, N.J., Patullo and his wife, Nichole, have a daughter, Lauren, and son, Logan.

Kevin Patullo Coaching Ledger

2014: Assistant Wide Receivers, Tennessee Titans
2012: Offensive Quality Control/Assistant Wide Receivers, Buffalo Bills
2010-11: Offensive Quality Control, Buffalo Bills
2007-08: Offensive Assistant/Quality Control, Kansas City Chiefs
2004-06: Offensive Graduate Assistant, University of Arizona
2003-04: Graduate Assistant, University of South Florida

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