Dan Orlovsky receiving interest from NFL teams about coaching jobs
Dan Orlovsky has made a name for himself as a football analyst both for ESPN and on social media, and he’s receiving interest from NFL teams in possible coaching jobs.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported on Sunday that Orlovsky has received interest from multiple NFL teams this season. Orlovsky hasn’t taken any of these coaching opportunities and remains an analyst. Schefter says it would have to be a perfect opportunity for Orlovsky to leave his job providing analysis for coaching.
Orlovsky regularly provides in-depth insight, breaking down videos on social media and often highlighting things many others would miss. In December, Orlovsky shared a video explaining how and why Tom Brady was lacking faith in his wide receivers. The types of things he notices and the way he discusses them has many believing he would do well as a coach.
Orlovsky, 36, is from Connecticut and played college ball at UConn. He played in the NFL for six teams and was last with the Rams in 2017 before retiring and joining ESPN.