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Markus Paul
Date of birth April 1, 1966 (1966-04-01) (age 43)
Place of birth Orlando, Florida
Position(s) Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach
Defensive back
College Syracuse
Team(s) as a player
1989-1993
1993
Chicago Bears
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Team(s) as a coach/administrator
1998-1999


2000-2004


2005


2006


2007-present
New Orleans Saints
(Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach)
New England Patriots
(Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach)
New York Jets
(Director of Physical Development)
New York Jets
(Strength and Conditioning Coach)
New York Giants
(Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach)

Markus Paul (born April, 1966 in Orlando, Florida) is a current American football assistant strength and conditioning coach for the New York Giants of the National Football League.

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Playing career

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High school

Paul attended Osceola High School in Kissimmee, Florida, where he played football as an All-State quarterback and defensive back.

College

Paul attended Syracuse University, where he played football as a safety from 1984 to 1988. As a senior, he earned first team All-American honors by The Sporting News and set a school record with 19 career interceptions.

NFL

The Chicago Bears selected Paul in the 4th round of the 1989 NFL Draft. In five seasons with the team, he started 30 games, 15 at each safety position. He spent the final game of the 1993 season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Coaching career

In 1998, Paul rejoined his strength and conditioning coach at Syracuse, Mike Woicik, then serving the same position with the New Orleans Saints, as the Saints' assistant strength and conditioning coach. Paul followed Woicik to the Patriots in 2000, again serving as the assistant strength and conditioning coach under Bill Belichick. After winning Super Bowl XXXVI, Super Bowl XXXVIII, and Super Bowl XXXIX with the Patriots, he left the team for the New York Jets following the 2004 season. He spent one year under Herman Edwards as the Jets' director of physical development, then a year under Eric Mangini as the team's strength and conditioning coach. Paul was fired by Mangini after the season[1], and was hired by the New York Giants as their assistant strength and conditioning coach.

Notes and references

  1. ^ 2007 NFL coaching moves Pro Football Weekly. Accessed 20 November 2007.

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