What Teams Has Ejiro Evero Coached So Far?
Ejiro Evero with over 17 years has been a coach to UC Davis (2005–2006) as an Assistant Coach, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2007–2009) as a Defensive quality control coach, University of Redlands (2010) as a special teams coordinator & safeties coach, San Francisco 49ers (2011) as Quality control coach, San Francisco 49ers (2012–2013) as an Offensive assistant, San Francisco 49ers (2014–2015) as a Defensive assistant, Green Bay Packers (2016) as a Defensive quality control coach, Los Angeles Rams (2017–2020) as Safeties coach, Los Angeles Rams (2021) as Secondary coach & passing game coordinator and Denver Broncos (2022–present) as a Defensive coordinator.
Ejiro Evero Career History As A Coach
As an assistant coach at the University of California-Davis (UC Davis) from 2005 to 2006, Evero helped guide the Aggies to the Great West Conference championship. In 2004, Evero worked as an intern for the football department and also coached the Davis High School junior varsity team.
For three seasons, Evero worked as Tampa Bay’s defensive quality control coach (2007-09). Evero helped the Buccaneers’ defense finish second in the NFL in total defense (278.4 ypg) and first in pass defense in his first season with the team (170.5 ypg).
In 2008, he led the defense to a ninth-place finish in total defense for the second year in a row (306.1 ypg).
He was the special team’s coordinator and safeties coach at the University of Redlands during the 2010 season before joining the San Francisco 49ers staff.
Evero served as a defensive assistant with the San Francisco 49ers from 2014 to 2015, where he worked primarily with the linebacker position. In 2014, Evero led a team that finished seventh in overall defense (321.4 ypg) and first in pass defense (220.7 ypg) while also recording the most interceptions (23) in the league.
Former San Francisco 49ers assistant coach Evero spent the 2016 season as the Green Bay Packers’ defensive quality control coach before joining the Rams’ staff.
Evero worked closely with defensive coordinator Dom Capers while at Green Bay and was responsible for breaking down opponent game film and analyzing their offensive tendencies, playbook development, compiling team and player reports, and coordinating the opponent scout teams the starting defense will face at practice.
To earn an NFC Wild Card spot in 2016, Evero was on a Green Bay Packers squad that went on a six-game winning streak.
As a result of his work with the Rams’ 2017 safety unit, Evero’s defense finished fifth in the NFL in terms of total turnovers with a total of 28. During Lamarcus Joyner’s first season as a professional safety, he was mentored by Evero, and he flourished as a starter for the first time in a season in the NFL.
Currently, Ejiro Evero is the Defensive Coordinator for the Broncos.