Coach Bio

Jim Bob Cooter
Offensive Quality Control
College:
Tennessee
Hometown:
Huntsville, Ala.
Experience:
4

Biography

Jim Bob Cooter enters his initial campaign as Kansas City’s offensive quality control coach in 2012 after serving on the offensive staff of the Indianapolis Colts for three seasons (2009-11). Cooter will assist Offensive Coordinator Brian Daboll and the entire offensive coaching staff in weekly preparation and review.

Jim Bob Cooter enters his initial campaign as Kansas City’s offensive quality control coach in 2012 after serving on the offensive staff of the Indianapolis Colts for three seasons (2009-11). Cooter will assist Offensive Coordinator Brian Daboll and the entire offensive coaching staff in weekly preparation and review.

In 2010, Cooter was part of a Colts offense that produced the NFL’s top-ranked passing offense. Also in that year, the Colts produced a ninth-consecutive season with 10-plus victories and tied the league record with a ninth-consecutive playoff appearance. In 2010, the Colts offensive line allowed only 16 sacks, the fewest allowed in the NFL.

In 2009, Indianapolis produced the NFL’s second-ranked passing offense en route to an appearance in Super Bowl XLIV against New Orleans. The Colts produced an NFL-record seventh-consecutive season with 12-plus victories, while becoming only the third team to open a season with 14 victories.

During his first two years in Indianapolis, the Colts ranked first in gross passing yards, tied for first in passing touchdowns and were second in completion percentage.

He began his coaching career as a graduate assistant at his alma mater, the University of Tennessee, in Knoxville, Tenn.

Cooter was a quarterback for the Volunteers from 2002-06, appearing in six career games and earning Academic All-SEC honors four times.

Education: Tennessee (B.A., 2006; M.E. 2008). Born: Fayetteville, Tenn. Family: Single.

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