Porter Ellett enters his second season as the offensive quality control coach after serving three seasons as the Senior Assistant to the Head Coach (2017-19) with the Kansas City Chiefs in 2021.
Ellett worked with an offense that completed first in absolute net yards per game (415.8) and passing yards per game (303.4).
He additionally helped with the tight finishes bunch which included first-group AP All-Pro, PFWA All-NFL, and Pro Bowl TE Travis Kelce who recorded more than 1,000 getting yards for the fifth-sequential season, expanding his recently settled NFL record for tight finishes of four such seasons.
He become the principal tight end in NFL history with numerous periods of 100+ gatherings in his profession (2018 and 2020), while his 1,416 getting yards were the most incredibly ever by a tight end in NFL history, passing 49ers TE George Kittle’s past record of 1,377 yards set in 2018.
During his experience as Senior Assistant to the Head Coach, Ellett worked intimately with Head Coach Andy Reid and Offensive Coordinator Eric Bieniemy as well as helping with the improvement of the quarterbacks.
Porter Ellett Height: How Tall Is Porter Ellett?
Porter Ellet stands at a height of 1.68m.
How Did Porter Ellett Lose His Arm?
Ellett grew up on a farm near Loa, Utah. When he was 4, he was riding in a truck bed with some other kids when he fell out and fractured his skull, and damaged the nerves leading to his right arm