Welcome back to New York- Former Alumni & Coach Brendan Nugent & Saints will travel to Giants stadium this Sunday.
Brendan Nugent is in his second season as a member of the coaching staff for the New Orleans Saints in 2015 and his first as an offensive assistant.
Prior to coming to New Orleans, Nugent served as an offensive quality control coach with the Chicago Bears from 2013-14, following then-Bears Head Coach Marc Trestman south of the border after serving under him in the Canadian Football League in 2012 in Montreal as the Alouettes special teams assistant and offensive quality control coach.
Nugent spent the previous five seasons (2007-11) at William & Mary coaching running backs (2010-2011), tight ends (2007, 2009) and wide receivers (2008). Nugent started in the collegiate coaching ranks in 2005 at the University of Iowa as the Hawkeyes offensive assistant, a position he held for two years. The Hawkeyes participated in the 2005 Outback Bowl and the 2006 Alamo Bowl during that span.
Nugent received his first coaching job at his alma mater Archbishop Stepinac High School in his hometown of White Plains, New York, overseeing the linebackers in 2004. Collegiately he played linebacker for three seasons at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C.
PLAYING CAREER: Catholic University of America, 2001-04.
COACHING CAREER: Iowa, 2005-06; William & Mary, 2007-11; Montreal Alouettes (CFL), 2012; Chicago Bears, 2013-14; New Orleans Saints, 2015-.