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Arthur Smith
Tight Ends

Biography

Smith enters his sixth season on the Titans staff, including his first full season as tight ends coach after assuming the position seven games into the 2015 season.

(From 2015 bio...)

Last year, he assisted with the tight ends and saw TE Delanie Walker set a franchise mark for yards by a tight end with 890, which also was a personal best. Walker also set a career high for receptions in a season with 63 and posted the second-highest yardage total for a game by a franchise tight end with 155 yards against Philadelphia last year.

He began in 2011 as a defensive assistant/quality control coach, and from 2012–2013 he served as the offensive assistant/quality control coach before moving into the role of offensive assistant/tight ends coach in 2014.

Smith spent two years as the defensive quality control coach for the Washington Redskins from 2007-08. During the spring of 2007, he worked as a college scouting assistant for the Redskins. In 2010, he worked at Ole Miss as an administrative assistant/defensive intern and coached primarily with the linebackers.

Smith graduated from North Carolina and played offensive line before joining the coaching staff for one season (2006) as a graduate assistant, where he worked with the offensive line.

Born and raised in Memphis, Tenn., he went to high school at Georgetown Prep (North Bethesda, Md.). Smith and his wife, Allison, currently live in Nashville with their son, Tanner, and daughter, Sophie.

Arthur Smith Coaching Ledger:
2015-16:
Tight Ends, Tennessee Titans
2014-15:
Assistant Tight Ends, Tennessee Titans
2013: Offensive Line/Tight End Assistant, Tennessee Titans
2012: Offensive Assistant/Quality Control, Tennessee Titans
2011:
Defensive Assistant/Quality Control, Tennessee Titans
2010:
Administrative Assistant/Defensive Intern, University of Mississippi
2007-08:
Defensive Assistant/Quality Control, Washington Redskins
2006: Graduate Assistant, University of North Carolina

Smith enters his sixth season on the Titans staff, including his first full season as tight ends coach after assuming the position seven games into the 2015 season.

(From 2015 bio...)

Last year, he assisted with the tight ends and saw TE Delanie Walker set a franchise mark for yards by a tight end with 890, which also was a personal best. Walker also set a career high for receptions in a season with 63 and posted the second-highest yardage total for a game by a franchise tight end with 155 yards against Philadelphia last year.

He began in 2011 as a defensive assistant/quality control coach, and from 2012–2013 he served as the offensive assistant/quality control coach before moving into the role of offensive assistant/tight ends coach in 2014.

Smith spent two years as the defensive quality control coach for the Washington Redskins from 2007-08. During the spring of 2007, he worked as a college scouting assistant for the Redskins. In 2010, he worked at Ole Miss as an administrative assistant/defensive intern and coached primarily with the linebackers.

Smith graduated from North Carolina and played offensive line before joining the coaching staff for one season (2006) as a graduate assistant, where he worked with the offensive line.

Born and raised in Memphis, Tenn., he went to high school at Georgetown Prep (North Bethesda, Md.). Smith and his wife, Allison, currently live in Nashville with their son, Tanner, and daughter, Sophie.

Arthur Smith Coaching Ledger:
2015-16:
Tight Ends, Tennessee Titans
2014-15:
Assistant Tight Ends, Tennessee Titans
2013: Offensive Line/Tight End Assistant, Tennessee Titans
2012: Offensive Assistant/Quality Control, Tennessee Titans
2011:
Defensive Assistant/Quality Control, Tennessee Titans
2010:
Administrative Assistant/Defensive Intern, University of Mississippi
2007-08:
Defensive Assistant/Quality Control, Washington Redskins
2006: Graduate Assistant, University of North Carolina

 

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