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Tim Hauck
Assistant Secondary

Biography

Tim Hauck enters his second season as the Titans assistant secondary coach and his 15th year in the NFL.

In his first campaign with the Titans, the defense totaled 20 interceptions (16 from the secondary), which ranked eighth best in the NFL.

Hauck joined the staff in 2008, after spending five years in the college ranks. Prior to joining the Titans, he coached safeties at UCLA for a defense that ranked second in the Pac-10 in pass defense. Prior to joining UCLA, he spent four seasons at his alma mater, Montana, coaching the full secondary in 2007 and three years working with the safeties from 2004-2006. In 2007, Montana ranked 10th nationally in pass efficiency defense while totaling 17 interceptions and allowing only eight passing touchdowns. 

Hauck also brings the understanding of a 13-year NFL career that included 183 games of experience. He was originally an undrafted free agent with the New England Patriots in 1990 and went on to play with Green Bay (1991-94), Denver (1995-96), Seattle (1997), Indianapolis (1998), Philadelphia (1999-2001) and San Francisco (2002). His greatest season came in 1999, when he started 15 games at safety for the Eagles and totaled 60 tackles and one interception. For two seasons (1991-92) in Green Bay, Hauck and Titans defensive coordinator Chuck Cecil were secondary teammates with the Packers.

An All-American safety (1988-89) at the University of Montana, Hauck ranks third in Grizzly history in tackles (305) and interceptions (15) and twice earned Big Sky Defensive MVP honors.

A Butte, Mont. native, Hauck (12/20/66) and his wife, Denali, reside in Nashville.

Tim Hauck Coaching Ledger
2010: Assistant Secondary, Tennessee Titans
2008: Safeties, UCLA
2007: Secondary, University of Montana
2004-06: Safeties, University of Montana

Tim Hauck enters his second season as the Titans assistant secondary coach and his 15th year in the NFL.

In his first campaign with the Titans, the defense totaled 20 interceptions (16 from the secondary), which ranked eighth best in the NFL.

Hauck joined the staff in 2008, after spending five years in the college ranks. Prior to joining the Titans, he coached safeties at UCLA for a defense that ranked second in the Pac-10 in pass defense. Prior to joining UCLA, he spent four seasons at his alma mater, Montana, coaching the full secondary in 2007 and three years working with the safeties from 2004-2006. In 2007, Montana ranked 10th nationally in pass efficiency defense while totaling 17 interceptions and allowing only eight passing touchdowns. 

Hauck also brings the understanding of a 13-year NFL career that included 183 games of experience. He was originally an undrafted free agent with the New England Patriots in 1990 and went on to play with Green Bay (1991-94), Denver (1995-96), Seattle (1997), Indianapolis (1998), Philadelphia (1999-2001) and San Francisco (2002). His greatest season came in 1999, when he started 15 games at safety for the Eagles and totaled 60 tackles and one interception. For two seasons (1991-92) in Green Bay, Hauck and Titans defensive coordinator Chuck Cecil were secondary teammates with the Packers.

An All-American safety (1988-89) at the University of Montana, Hauck ranks third in Grizzly history in tackles (305) and interceptions (15) and twice earned Big Sky Defensive MVP honors.

A Butte, Mont. native, Hauck (12/20/66) and his wife, Denali, reside in Nashville.

Tim Hauck Coaching Ledger
2010: Assistant Secondary, Tennessee Titans
2008: Safeties, UCLA
2007: Secondary, University of Montana
2004-06: Safeties, University of Montana

 

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