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Coach Mike Westoff


The Greatest Special Teams Coach in NFL History

Westoff was the special teams / tight ends coach for the Dolphins from 1986 - 2000.

New York Jets
Westhoff joined the Jets staff in 2001 after spending the previous 15 seasons in a similar capacity with the Miami Dolphins.

He stepped down as the special teams coach for the New York Jets in December 2007 after the final game.[3] On September 1, 2008, it was announced Westhoff would return to the Jets' sideline for the 2008 season in an undefined role.

On August 8, 2010, Westhoff received a one-year contract extension.[1] Westhoff remained with the team through 2011, which he announced would likely be his final year with the team. However, on January 26, 2012, the Jets announced that they had given Westhoff a contract extension through the 2012 season.[1][4] Westhoff officially retired after the 2012 season.

New Orleans Saints
On November 15, 2017 the New Orleans Saints had hired Westhoff to join their special teams coaching staff for the remainder of the 2017 season. The next day, Saints head coach Sean Payton said that Westhoff would be responsible for supervising all the special teams units.

Following the controversial loss in the 2018 NFC Championship game versus the Los Angeles Rams, Westoff appeared on Mike's On radio show with Mike Francesa of WFAN. On the program, he declared the result of that game as "the toughest loss of his long career".

Nov. 12, 2022

Episode 38 coach Mike Westoff

If you're a Jets Fan or just a football fan you're not going to want to miss this episode Mike Westoff joins the program to talk about his New Book, his 30 plus years in the NFL, and whether or …

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