Mike Maser

Biography

Position: Offensive Linemen

Mike Maser has coached offensive line play for over 35 years. He began his career in the college ranks, spending most of his years at Boston College between 1981-1993. Maser helped the Eagles to six bowl appearances after a 40-year drought for the program. His lines protected the school’s Heisman winner, Doug Flutie. Ten of Maser’s pupils at Boston College went on to play in the NFL.

While with Boston College, Maser worked under head coach Tom Coughlin who brought him to the Jacksonville Jaguars when the new NFL franchise began. Maser coached the Jags offensive line from 1994-2002. He helped lead them to the AFC Championship game in its second season. Maser developed All-Pro Tony Boselli and Pro Bowler Leon Searcy, as well as all-rookie selections Michael Cheever, Brad Meester and Maurice Williams.

After Jacksonville, Maser moved on to the same role for the Carolina Panthers from 2003 to 2006. The Panthers made two NFC Championship game appearances and appeared in Super Bowl XXXVII during Maser’s tenure. He mentored Pro Bowl tackle Jordan Gross and Pro Bowl guard Mike Wahle there. Following the Panthers, Maser served as the offensive line coach for the Miami Dolphins from 2008 to 2009.

Coaching Career

  • Marshall University (1973)
  • University of Maine (1979-1980)
  • Boston College (1981-1993)
  • Jacksonville Jaguars (1995-2002)
  • Carolina Panthers (2003-2006)
  • Miami Dolphins (2008)

Career Highlights

  • Super Bowl XXXVII appearance

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