John Bonamego is an American football coach who serves as a senior coaching assistant for the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League (NFL). He has two decades of college and pro coaching experience.

He played college football at Central Michigan and also was head coach of the team from 2015 to 2018. Bonamego has also coached for Maine, Lehigh, and Army at the college level. He has been an assistant for the Jacksonville Jaguars, Green Bay Packers, and New Orleans Saints in the NFL.

Bonamego joined the Rams in the wake of expenditure the 2019 season with the Detroit Lions, his second spell as the group’s exceptional groups facilitator, already serving similarly situated from 2013-2014.

With the Rams in 2020, Bonamego observed consistency in the kicking game in K Matt Gay, who joined the group before a Week 7 challenge. Gay completed the season changing over 14-of-16 field objective endeavors and each of the additional 16 focuses he endeavored.

In 2019, the Lions’ unique team unit was driven by PR/KR Jamal Agnew who was the main player in the NFL to record an opening shot and a dropkick return score on the season. Detroit’s exceptional teams’ endeavors stood firm on adversaries to a normal beginning foothold at the 26.1-yard line, positioning fourth in the classification.

Who Is John Bonamego’s Wife Paulette Bonamego?

John Bonamego is married to Paulette Bonamego with whom he has three children – Javier, Giovanni, and Bellina. Paulette Bonamego, the wife of former head football coach John Bonamego, was banned from Kelly/Shorts Stadium in 2018 after an altercation with Central Michigan play-by-play broadcaster Don Chiodo in the press box.

When Chiodo left the broadcast booth for a bathroom break, the coach’s wife stopped him in the hallway. She was upset at Chiodo’s on-air comments surrounding the CMU football team’s effort against Ball State. Witnesses told CMU Athletics staff she continued making a scene and yelling at Chiodo.

During the altercation between the two, she told Chiodo that she and coach Bonamego could return to the National Football League at any given time if they wanted to.


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