Tom Melvin is an American football coach who is the tight ends coach for the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League (NFL). His cousin, Bob Melvin, is the manager of the San Diego Padres.

For the fifth consecutive year, Melvin’s coaching assisted TE Travis Kelce with recording more than 1,000 yards, expanding his recently settled NFL record for tight finishes of four such seasons, and turning out to be only the 26th player in NFL history to achieve this accomplishment.

His 105 receptions in 2020 set a franchise standard and denoted the fourth-most single season gatherings by a tight end in NFL history.

In 2020, Melvin helped Kelce turn into the main tight end in NFL history to record four-successive seasons with 1,000+ getting yards.

He likewise turned into the principal tight end in NFL history to record consecutive 1,200+ yard getting seasons.

In the game against the Chicago Bears Kelce completed the game with a 504-profession receptions turning into the quickest close end in NFL history to record 500-vocation gatherings, doing as such in only 95 games played.

Has Tom Melvin Ever Been A Head Coach?

No, Tom Melvin has never been a head coach so far in his coaching career. His coaching position varies from running backs, offensive line, tight ends coach, offensive coordinator, offensive assistant, quality control coach, and tight ends coach.

Tom Melvin Coaching Career

  • San Francisco State (1984–1985)
    Graduate assistant
  • Northern Arizona (1986–1987)
    Running backs, offensive line & tight ends coach
  • UC–Santa Barbara (1988–1990)
    Offensive coordinator & offensive line coach
  • Occidental (1991–1998)
    Offensive coordinator & offensive line coach
  • Philadelphia Eagles (1999–2001)
    Offensive assistant & quality control coach
  • Philadelphia Eagles (2002–2012)
    Tight ends coach
  • Kansas City Chiefs (2013–present)
    Tight ends coach

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