Jim Tomsula

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Jim Tomsula

Washington Redskins

Position:
Defensive line coach

Personal information

Date of birth:
(1968-04-14) April 14, 1968 (age 48)

Place of birth:
Homestead, Pennsylvania

Career information

High school:
Munhall (PA) Steel Valley

College:
Catawba

Career history

As coach:

Catawba (1989)
Strength and conditioning coach
Woodland Hills HS (1990)
Defensive line coach
Charleston Southern (1992–1995)
Assistant Coach
Catawba (1997–2005)
Defensive line coach; strength and conditioning
England Monarchs (1998)
Defensive line coach
Scottish Claymores (1999–2003)
Defensive line
Berlin Thunder (2004–2005)
Defensive coordinator
Rhein Fire (2006)
Head coach
San Francisco 49ers (2007–2014)
Defensive line coach
San Francisco 49ers (2015)
Head coach
Washington Redskins (2017–present)
Defensive line coach

Career highlights and awards

World Bowl champion (XII)

Head coaching record

Regular season:
6–11–0

Postseason:
0–0

Career:
6–11-0

Jim Tomsula (born April 14, 1968)[1][2] is an American football coach who is the current defensive line coach for the Washington Redskins. He was formerly the head coach of the San Francisco 49ers for one season in 2015. Tomsula was also the head coach for the Rhein Fire of NFL Europe in 2006, and has had various other coaching positions. Tomsula was born and raised in the Pittsburgh suburb of Homestead. Attending Catawba College, he played defensive end from 1987–90, after transferring from Middle Tennessee State University after the 1986 season.

Contents

1 Coaching career

1.1 Catawba College
1.2 NFL Europe

1.2.1 NFL Europe head coaching record

1.3 San Francisco 49ers

1.3.1 Assistant coach
1.3.2 Head coach

1.4 Washington Redskins
1.5 NFL head coaching record

2 Coaching tree
3 Personal life
4 References
5 External links

Coaching career[edit]
Catawba College[edit]
Tomsula began his coaching career as a strength and conditioning coach at Catawba in 1989. After serving as an assistant coach at Charleston Southern under Defensive Coordinator Fred Hamilton, who helped Tomsula gain his defensive mind, from 1992 to 1995, he returned to Catawba where he was a member of the coaching staff until 2005.
NFL Europe[edit]
Tomsula was an assistant for several years in NFL Europe. He was the defensive line coach for the England Monarchs in 1998 and for the Scottish Claymores from 1999 to 2003. Then in 2004, he became the defensive coordinator for the Berlin Thunder a posit