Tim Lewis

Tim Lewis (born December 18, 1961) is an American football coach and former cornerback who is the head coach for the Birmingham Iron of the Alliance of American Football (AAF). He played college football for the University of Pittsburgh and was drafted by the Green Bay Packers of the National Football League (NFL) in the first round of the 1983 NFL Draft. Following a neck injury that cut his playing career short after four seasons, he began serving as a coach in the collegiate and professional levels and obtained his first head coaching position with the Iron in 2019. He is the younger brother of AAF Memphis Express General Manager, Will Lewis.

Tim Lewis
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Lewis in 2013
Birmingham Iron
Position:Head coach
Personal information
Born:December 18, 1961 (age 57)
Quakertown, Pennsylvania
Height:5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)
Weight:194 lb (88 kg)
Career information
High school:Pennridge (PA)
College:Pittsburgh
NFL Draft:1983 / Round: 1 / Pick: 11
Career history
As player:
As coach:
Career NFL statistics
Games played:51
Games started:42
Interceptions:16
Head coaching record
Regular season:4–2 (.667)
Player stats at PFR

Playing career

Lewis was a first round pick (eleventh player chosen overall) out of the University of Pittsburgh by the Green Bay Packers in the 1983 NFL Draft.[1] A standout cornerback, he was considered to be one of the more skilled players on what was a relatively weak Packers team. He led or shared the team in interceptions in 1983 & 1985, finishing with a career total of 16. His 99-yard interception return for a touchdown against the Los Angeles Rams on November 18, 1984, remains the Packer team record.[2] His career was cut short by a severe neck injury suffered in a Monday Night game against the Chicago Bears in the third week of the 1986 season.[3]

Coaching career

Beginning his coaching career in 1987 at Texas A&M, Lewis served under his former college coach at Pittsburgh, Jackie Sherrill.[1] He would later spend time at defensive coordinator for the Pittsburgh Steelers[4] and the New York Giants.[5] The 2013 season marked his third year as the secondary coach for the Atlanta Falcons. In 2015, Lewis became the defensive backs coach of the San Francisco 49ers, but was let go once the season ended as part of a complete coaching overhaul.[6] He was named the head coach of the Birmingham Iron of the Alliance of American Football on June 6, 2018.[7]

Head coaching record

Alliance of American Football

Team Year Regular season Postseason
Won Lost Ties Win % Finish Won Lost Win % Result
BIR 2019 4 2 0 .667
BIR Total 4 2 0 .667
Total 4 2 0 .667

References

  1. ^ a b Huebner, Bradley A. "Challenges Continue For Tim Lewis". tribunedigital-mcall. Retrieved September 5, 2018.
  2. ^ "Reed rumbles 108 yards for NFL record | Longest interception returns by team". Pro Football Hall of Fame. November 24, 2008. Retrieved June 2, 2014.
  3. ^ Pierson, Don. "Collision Ends Lewis` Career". tribunedigital-chicagotribune. Retrieved September 5, 2018.
  4. ^ "Tim Lewis - Pro Football History.com". pro-football-history.com. Retrieved September 5, 2018.
  5. ^ Rush, Doug (June 6, 2018). "Ex-Giants coordinator Tim Lewis hired as AAF's Birmingham head coach". Giants Wire. Retrieved September 5, 2018.
  6. ^ "49ers quietly clean house in coaching staff". Pro Football Talk. Retrieved January 19, 2016.
  7. ^ Lewis, Tim (June 4, 2018). "Long-time NFL defensive coach to be inaugural head coach of Birmingham's AAF team". AL.com. Advanced Local Media. Retrieved June 4, 2018.

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1983 Green Bay Packers season

The 1983 Green Bay Packers season was their 65th season overall and their 63rd in the National Football League. The club posted an 8–8 record under ninth-year head coach Bart Starr to finish second in the NFC Central division. The team set an NFL record for most overtime games played in one season with five, winning two and losing three. On Monday Night Football in October, Green Bay defeated the Washington Redskins, 48–47, in the highest-scoring game in MNF history. It was voted one of the ten best Packer games and is featured on the NFL Films collection, "The Green Bay Packers Greatest Games."

Green Bay hovered around the .500 mark all season. Entering their final regular season game on December 18 at Chicago, the Packers (8–7) could secure a playoff berth with a victory. Green Bay scored a touchdown to take a one-point lead with just over three minutes in the game, and Chicago running back Walter Payton was sidelined with a wrist injury. The Bears returned the kickoff to their 38 and drove fifty yards, down to the Packer twelve, with 1:17 remaining. Although Green Bay had all three of its timeouts, they opted not to use any, and the Bears kicked a winning 22-yard field goal with ten seconds on the clock. Green Bay fumbled away the ensuing kickoff, and the Los Angeles Rams (9–7) gained the final playoff slot.Starr was fired the following day by team president Robert Parins, ending a 26-year association with the team as a player and coach. Former player Forrest Gregg, the head coach of the Cincinnati Bengals, was hired before the end of the week, announced on Christmas Eve. Gregg had led the Bengals to Super Bowl XVI two years earlier, but had less success in his four seasons in Green Bay, then left for his alma mater SMU in Dallas in January 1988.

1984 Green Bay Packers season

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1985 Green Bay Packers season

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A total of 13 teams took to the court including new start-up franchise Essex Pirates, which was founded by Great Britain Under 20's coach Tim Lewis, and a newly rebranded Rocks team carrying the name of the city of Glasgow instead of their previous Scottish Rocks title.

The League Championship came down to the final game of the season and was only claimed by Newcastle Eagles after Sheffield Sharks lost their last game, 97–95, to Worthing Thunder. Thunder's Evaldas Zabas' basket four seconds from the end meant that Newcastle had won the League even before taking to the court the following day.

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Riddick played eight seasons for the Bills; he started eight games and ran for 632 total yards in 1986, and he became a short-yardage specialist in 1988.

Because of his high-jumping ability, Riddick became a short-yardage weapon for the Bills in 1988; he scored twelve touchdowns, all but three of which were from the opponent's 1-yard line; the longest of his rushing touchdowns was five yards.

Riddick's oldest son, Ian Riddick, played defensive back at the University of Pittsburgh. His youngest son, Andre Riddick, played for Ohio State University. His daughter, Gabrielle Riddick, is a high academic achiever and plays the upright bass. His Brother Louis Riddick is a former NFL player and analyst on ESPN.

Before attending Millersville, Riddick went to Pennridge High School, where he was an outstanding football player. Riddick is from an accomplished family of other Professional Football players. His brother is former NFL safety and current ESPN broadcaster Louis Riddick. His cousins, Will Lewis and Tim Lewis, also played in the NFL and currently hold management positions for professional football teams.

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Morris was recruited from the North Shore Bombers in New South Wales. As a child he grew up supporting the Richmond Football Club in the VFL.Beginning his career with the Hawthorn Football Club in 1984, he went on to play 93 games and kick 52 goals for the club and played in the club's 1986 premiership side. In 1987, he represented Victoria in State of Origin and also in that year had a place in the All-Australian team. He had a clash with Jim Edmond that hurt his career as well as himself. As a key position player at Hawthorn, he competed for positions with champion stalwarts such as Peter Knights, Dermott Brereton and Chris Mew, often playing as a utility.

He moved to the St Kilda Football Club, where he played from 1991–1994, playing 66 games and booting 32 goals, interchanging between centre half back and half forward where he had a reasonable degree of success.

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Tim Lewis (born 1961) is an American football coach and former player.

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Tim Lewis (basketball) (born 1967), British basketball coach

Tim Lewis (politician), American politician in the New Mexico House of Representatives

Thighpaulsandra (Tim Lewis), Welsh experimental musician

Timothy K. Lewis (born 1954), American federal judge

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Current head coaches of the Alliance of American Football

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