Wes Phillips is an American football coach and former player who is the current pass game coordinator and tight ends coach for the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League (NFL).

He is the son of former Denver Broncos, Buffalo Bills, and Dallas Cowboys head coach Wade Phillips and the grandson of former Houston Oilers and New Orleans Saints head coach Bum Phillips.

The more youthful Phillips went to the University of Texas at El Paso, where he acquired three letters playing football for the Miners in the wake of playing and moving on from Williamsville North High School.

He was a backup quarterback during the 2000 season when UTEP won the Western Athletic Conference title. As a senior, Phillips turned into the beginning quarterback, finishing 143 of 257 passes for 1,839 yards with 10 scores and 11 capture attempts while additionally scoring two surging scores.

In 2001, he moved on from UTEP with a four-year college education in his way of thinking.

Who Are The Children Of Wes Phillips?

Ivy Phillips, Minnie Phillips, and Mac Phillips are the three children of Wes Phillips, the pass game coordinator and tight ends coach for the Los Angeles Rams. Wes Phillips and his wife, Anna have kept the personal lives of their three children away from the media.

Which Team Did Wes Phillips Coach To Win Super Bowl?

Phillips was with the Rams when they won the Super Bowl. Phillips was hired as tight ends coach by the Los Angeles Rams on February 12, 2019, reuniting him with both McVay, who is now the head coach of the team, and his father, who is the defensive coordinator.

When the Rams defeated the Cincinnati Bengals in Super Bowl LVI, Phillips received his first Super Bowl ring.


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