Hank Fraley has been added to the Vikings coaching staff for the 2014 season. Fraley will serve as the Assistant Offensive Line coach. 2014 will be Fraley’s 3rd season coaching, 1st in the NFL, after spending 11 seasons as a player with Philadelphia, Cleveland and St. Louis.
Hank Fraley // Assistant Offensive Line // 3rd Year Coaching // 1st Year with Vikings
· Joins the Vikings for his 1st season serving as Assistant Offensive Line Coach.
· Spent the 2013 season as Offensive Line Coach at San Jose State, helping Nicholas Kaspar and Ryan Jones earn honorable All-Mountain West Conference Honorable Mention honors.
· Gained first coaching experience as Assistant Offensive Line Coach at University of San Diego in 2012.
· Played 11 seasons in the NFL with Philadelphia (2000-05), Cleveland (2006-09) and St. Louis (2010). Started at Center for the Eagles in Super Bowl XXXIX.
· Played collegiately at Robert Morris (1997-99) and became the first player from the school to appear in a Super Bowl. He had his number retired by the school in 2001, becoming just the 2nd person the school has given the honor to.