Brian Miller, NFL Head Strength and Conditioning Coach

When asked about his professional background, Brian Miller will probably say that he is an NFL quarterback. However, his background is diverse. In 1996, Miller graduated from Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts. While a student at Northeastern University, Miller began his career in sports information. He married Lisa McEachern of Nashville, Georgia, and the couple has five children. They currently reside in Sound Beach, N.Y.

Miller spent eight seasons as a coach at Washburn University in Topeka (Kan.) before he joined the NFL. He helped produce four of most impressive offensive seasons in school’s history. He coached 28 student-athletes to set individual offensive records. In 2009, Washburn’s offense averaged more than 40 per game, which was fourth in the country. His players also went on to play professionally in the NFL, including offensive lineman Brian Folkerts (current Carolina Panthers) and quarterback Michael Wilhoite.

Miller is a Colorado native and has been coaching since 1997. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in business administration from Hastings College, Nebraska. He later earned a Master of Science in athletic administration from St. In 1996, he graduated from Cloud State University. Miller lives in Burke, Va., with his wife Michelle. Miller is the father of three children. In addition to coaching football, he has served as an assistant baseball coach, a program manager, and an assistant professor.

Bryan Miller was a strength-and conditioning coach at the University of Wisconsin before joining the NFL. He previously worked at Northern Illinois University, and the University of Wisconsin where he was the head of the Sports Performance Center. Miller was also a two-year letterwinner at North Park University in Chicago and a team captain. He is a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist, a Specialist In Sports Conditioning, and a Level 1 Club Coach in U.S. weightlifting.

After a successful college career, Miller had his first year in the NFL. Miller’s career began with a medical hardship waiver, and an injury. He played 732 snaps and started all 13 games. His career also includes a Camellia Bowl victory over Eastern Michigan that included special teams performances. At Georgia Southern, he played in all 12 games as a left tackle, including three on special teams.

Brian Miller, NFL Head Strength and Conditioning Coach
Scroll to top