Assistant Coach of the Year

1993 — Ray Rhodes, Green Bay Packers
1994 — Dom Capers, Pittsburgh Steelers
1995 — Pete Carroll, San Francisco 49ers
1996 — Dave Campo, Dallas Cowboys
1997 — John Fox, New York Giants
1998 — Brian Billick, Minnesota Vikings
1999 — Dom Capers, Jacksonville Jaguars
2000 — Marvin Lewis, Cincinnati Bengals
2001 — Mike Mularkey, Pittsburgh Steelers
2002 — Monte Kiffin, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
2003 — Romeo Crennel, New England Patriots
2004 — Dick LeBeau, Pittsburgh Steelers
2005 — Ron Rivera, Chicago Bears
2006 — Rex Ryan, Baltimore Ravens
2007 — Jason Garrett, Dallas Cowboys
2008 — Dick LeBeau, Pittsburgh Steelers
2009 — Mike Zimmer, Cincinnati Bengals
2010 — Marty Mornhinweg, Philadelphia Eagles
2011 — Wade Phillips, Houston Texans
2012 — Bruce Arians, Indianapolis Colts
2013 — Ken Whisenhunt, San Diego Chargers
2014 — Todd Bowles, Arizona Cardinals
2015 — Hue Jackson, Cincinnati Bengals and Wade Phillips, Denver Broncos
2016 — Kyle Shanahan, Atlanta Falcons

The PFWA’s Assistant Coach of the Year award was presented in conjunction with Pro Football Weekly from 1993-2012.

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