Kevin Stefanski Biography
Kevin Lawrence Stefanski is a recognized American football coach who is the head coach for the Cleveland Browns of the National Football League. From 2006 to 2019, Stefanski began his NFL career as an assistant coach for the Minnesota Vikings and was the offensive coordinator in his final two seasons.
Kevin Stefanski Salary
Kevin gets an salary of $3.5 million yearly.
Kevin Stefanski Net worth
Stefanski has an estimated net worth of $10 million.
Kevin Stefanski Age
Kevin was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, on 8 May 1982. He is now 40 years old.
Kevin Stefanski Height
Stefanski has a height of 5 feet 11 inches.
Kevin Stefanski Education
Stefanski studied and graduated in 2000 from St. Joseph’s Preparatory School and then graduated in 2004 from the University of Pennsylvania. He played defensive back at Penn, being named the Quaker’s Freshman of the Year in 2000. Kevin was part of the only undefeated Penn team of the decade and was twice an All-Ivy League selection.
Kevin Stefanski Family
He was born and brought up by his caring parents Ed Stefanski and Karen Stefanski in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. His loving father is an American former professional basketball player and a sports executive. Stefanski has three siblings.
Kevin Stefanski Wife
Kevin is married to his pretty will called Michelle Stefanski. For quite some time, the couple has been married and shares three amazing children.
Kevin Stefanski Children
Kevin and Michelle are parents of three good-looking children.
Kevin Stefanski Career
He joined the Minnesota Vikings as an assistant to then-head coach Brad Childress in 2006. In 2009, Kevin was promoted to assistant quarterbacks coach, where Stefanski would serve until the 2013 season, and had coached quarterbacks such as Christian Ponder and Brett Favre. Despite the Vikings’ ups and downs during his tenure, He survived 3 coaching changes (Childress, Leslie Frazier, and Mike Zimmer).
In 2017, after the termination of Scott Turner, Kevin was promoted to coach the Vikings quarterbacks, where the NFL’s 10th-highest scoring offense, he helped transform the Vikings. Quarterback Case Keenum had his best season under him, throwing 22 touchdown passes and only seven interceptions. He previously served with the running backs in 2016 and the tight ends in 2014 and 2015.
After the 2017 season, the New York Giants requested to interview and hire Kevin as their new offensive coordinator, but the Vikings denied the request.
After offensive coordinator John DeFilippo following a 21–7 loss to the Seattle Seahawks was fired, Kevin was named interim offensive coordinator. On January 9, 2019, He was promoted to full-time offensive coordinator.
On January 13, 2020, Kevin signed a five-year contract two days after the Minnesota Vikings lost in the NFC playoffs to become the 18th head coach of the Cleveland Browns.
On September 13, 2020, Kevin lost his head coaching debut to the Baltimore Ravens by a score of 38–6. The loss without a win for the Browns marked the 16th consecutive Week 1. On September 17, He recorded his first career win against the Cincinnati Bengals as a head coach in the 35–30 win.
On December 6, Kevin became the first Browns head coach since Romeo Crennel to lead the franchise to a winning season in 2007, securing his ninth win with a 41–35 victory over the Tennessee Titans. He led the Browns to an 11–5 record, finishing third in the clinching the Browns’ and AFC North’s first playoff berth since 2002.
The Browns went on to defeat the Steelers 48–37, which was their first since their 1999 re-activation and their first playoff win since 1994. Kevin on January 14 returned to the team. The Browns in the AFC Divisional Round, 22–17 lost the following week to the Kansas City Chiefs.
For his work in the 2020 season, Kevin Stefanski was named the Associated Press NFL Coach of the Year. Stefanski was the first Browns coach in 1975 to get the honor since Forrest Gregg in addition to being the first after Cleveland’s return in 1999.