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Rayna Stewart
Defensive Assistant/Quality Control

Biography

Rayna Stewart enters his second season as a Titans coach and his fourth season with the organization.
Stewart is responsible for breaking down the film of upcoming opponents and self-scouting. On the field, he works primarily work with the linebackers.

Prior to entering the NFL coaching ranks, Stewart was a defensive graduate assistant at Northwestern University for two seasons. During Titans training camp in 2008, he worked with the coaching staff as part of the NFL’s Minority Coaching Fellowship program. Prior to joining Northwestern’s staff, he spent six seasons coaching in the high school ranks, including a local Nashville school (Centennial H.S. in Franklin, Tenn.).

Stewart was originally a fifth-round pick of the Houston Oilers in 1996, where he played two seasons as a safety before joining Miami (1998) and Jacksonville (1999-2000). During his five-year NFL career, he played in 71 games and recorded two interceptions as a defensive back and special teams standout.

Stewart earned All-America honors while playing cornerback at Northern Arizona.

A California native, Stewart and his wife, Sonia, have four children, ShaRae, Tre (11), Mycah (10) and Jadyn (9) and reside in Nashville.

Rayna Stewart Coaching Ledger
2009-10: Defensive Assistant/Quality Control, Tennessee Titans
2007-08: Graduate Assistant, Northwestern University

Rayna Stewart enters his second season as a Titans coach and his fourth season with the organization.
Stewart is responsible for breaking down the film of upcoming opponents and self-scouting. On the field, he works primarily work with the linebackers.

Prior to entering the NFL coaching ranks, Stewart was a defensive graduate assistant at Northwestern University for two seasons. During Titans training camp in 2008, he worked with the coaching staff as part of the NFL’s Minority Coaching Fellowship program. Prior to joining Northwestern’s staff, he spent six seasons coaching in the high school ranks, including a local Nashville school (Centennial H.S. in Franklin, Tenn.).

Stewart was originally a fifth-round pick of the Houston Oilers in 1996, where he played two seasons as a safety before joining Miami (1998) and Jacksonville (1999-2000). During his five-year NFL career, he played in 71 games and recorded two interceptions as a defensive back and special teams standout.

Stewart earned All-America honors while playing cornerback at Northern Arizona.

A California native, Stewart and his wife, Sonia, have four children, ShaRae, Tre (11), Mycah (10) and Jadyn (9) and reside in Nashville.

Rayna Stewart Coaching Ledger
2009-10: Defensive Assistant/Quality Control, Tennessee Titans
2007-08: Graduate Assistant, Northwestern University

 

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