Kirk Broussard

Biography

Position: Wide Receivers

Kirk Broussard played football for Washington High School in Pensacola, FL. He hauled in thirty-one passes for 685 yards and six touchdowns, including three returns for touchdowns during his high school career. Following high school, Broussard received an athletic scholarship to play football at Pasadena City College, California in 1999 before transferring to Citrus College in 2001 where he started at free safety. 

After college in 2006, Broussard served as the fullbacks & linebackers coach for the Lakeland Thunderbolts and led them to Indoor Football League conference championship game. In 2007, he moved on to Itawamba Community College to coach running backs and finished the season at 9-2. Shortly after, Broussard became the offensive coordinator and director of player personnel for the Mississippi Mudcats (AIFA) in 2007-2008. He guided the Mudcats' offense to the No. 1 ranking in 2008 averaging 56 points per game and the conference championship game. The Mudcats achieved a 26-5 record in their two seasons with Broussard.

Before joining the NFL in 2010, Broussard served as the director of player personnel for the Columbus Lions during their championship season in the Southern Indoor Football League. He made his way to the NFL as a coaching intern for the Minnesota Vikings. Soon after, Broussard returned to indoor football as the Associate General Manager of the West Texas Roughnecks.

In 2012, Broussard served as the wide receivers coach at Bluefield College in Virginia. Later that year, he returned to the NFL to coach the Detroit Lions and Buffalo Bills in 2013.  Coach Broussard was tabbed as a “young player personnel Guru” by The Northeast 360 Mississippi Daily News in 2007 by writer John Pitts. Coach Bru, as he is affectionately known, brings a wealth of knowledge to the game.

Playing Career

  • College: Pasadena City College (1999)
  • College: Citrus College (2001)

Coaching Highlights

  • Lakeland Thunderbolts (2006)
  • Itawamba Community College (2007)
  • Mississippi MudCats (2007-2008)
  • Minnesota Vikings (2010)
  • Columbus Lions (2010)
  • West Texas Roughnecks (2011-2012)
  • Bluefield College (2012)
  • Detroit Lions (2012)
  • Buffalo Bills (2015)

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