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Larry Kennen is a Super Bowl Winning Quarterback Coach offering experience, commitment, enthusiasm and innovative training techniques for immediate results and positive impact in any offensive system. Expertise in the training and development of NFL quarterbacks including Drew Bledsoe and Jeff Hostetler. Diversified experience preparing and showcasing seven 1st round NFL draft picks (IMG quarterback clients) for the Indianapolis Combine or personal workouts.

Professional Experience

NFL Coaches Association, Executive Director / Staff Director; 1998-present
   ▪ First full-time Executive Director of the NFLCA.
   ▪ Established offices at the NFL Players Association.
   ▪ Represented NFL Coaches as a group to NFL officials.

NFL Coaching Experience

New England Patriots, Offensive Coordinator; 1997
   ▪ (AFC East Champions) Drew Bledsoe - highest QB rating of career (87.7)

Oakland Raiders, Offensive Coordinator/QB Coach; 1996
   ▪ Jeff Hostetler had the highest QB Rating of his career (83.2)

New Orleans Saints, TE Coach; 1995
   ▪TE’s accounted for 102 receptions, 1160 yards, 7 TD’s

Seattle Seahawks, Offensive Coordinator/QB Coach; 1992-94
   ▪ Led NFL in rushing, 2,015 yards in 1993
   ▪ Rick Mirer - third most passes completed and passing yards by rookie in NFL history

London Monarchs (WLAF), Head Coach; 1991
   ▪ World Bowl Champions, QB Stan Gelbaugh, League MVP, five 300-yard
      passing games (9 starts)
   ▪ 10-1 record, 31 points per game

Indianapolis Colts, Offensive Coordinator/QB Coach; 1988-90
   ▪ Jeff George 73.8 passer rating as rookie, 17 TD’s in 12 starts

Denver Broncos, Wide Receiver Coach; 1988

Los Angeles Raiders, Quarterback Coach; 1982-87
   ▪ Super Bowl XVIII Champion

Collegiate/Other Coaching Experience

Lamar University, Head Coach, 1979-81
Southern Methodist University, Offensive Coordinator, 1976-78
University of Nevada Las Vegas, Offensive Coordinator, 1973-75
Arvada West High School, Assistant Coach, 1972
University of Colorado, TE Coach, 1969-71
Garden Grove High School, Assistant Coach, 1967-68


In addition to my coaching experience, I have worked with the following QB clients since 1999 to prepare them for the Indianapolis Combine and their personal workouts, which I conducted.*

   ▪ 2007, Drew Stanton. 2007 draft eligible
   ▪ 2005, Alex Smith, #1 overall pick
   ▪ 2004, Eli Manning, #1 overall pick       Drew Henson former Dallas Cowboys backup QB
   ▪ 2003, Byron Leftwich, #7 overall pick
   ▪ 2004, Eli Manning, #1 overall pick       Tony Romo, Dallas Cowboys QB
   ▪ 2001, Drew Brees, #32 overall pick
   ▪ 2004, Eli Manning, #1 overall pick       Chris Weinke*, #106 overall pick
   ▪ 2000, Chad Pennington, #18 overall pick

   ▪ 1999, Tim Couch, #1 overall pick
      Cade McNown, #12 overall pick

* I did not conduct Chris Weinke’s personal workout because I was unable to make it due to inclement weather.

Worked under the following Head Coaches:
   ▪ Tom Flores (twice)
   ▪ Dan Reeves
   ▪ Ron Meyer
   ▪ Jim Mora
   ▪ Mike White
   ▪ Pete Carroll

Worked with the following Current Head Coaches:
   ▪ Jim Haslett
   ▪ John Fox
   ▪ Jim Mora, Jr.
   ▪ Chan Gailey

Staffs I have assembled:
Lamar Cardinals: Carl Smith (OC – Jacksonville Jaguars), Brad Seely (Special Teams Coordinator – New England Patriots), Kenneth Pope (Assistant Head Coach – Texas A&M), Mike Santiago (OC – Utah State), Johnny Barr (Recruiting Coordinator – Texas A&M), Dave Beckman (longtime NFL scout).

London Monarchs: George Warhop (OL – San Francisco), Jim Washburn (DL – Tennessee Titans), Hue Jackson (WR – Cincinnati Bengals), Ray Willsey (3 World Bowl Rings as Defensive Coordinator, 2 Super Bowl Rings as NFL Assistant).

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