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Harold Goodwin
Offensive Line Coach
College:
Michigan
Hometown:
Columbia, SC
Experience:
9

Harold Goodwin joins the Colts as the offensive line coach after spending the past five seasons as an offensive assistant with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

While with the Steelers, Goodwin worked closely with the offensive line, which consistently helped produce one of the NFL’s top rushing attacks. During his tenure in Pittsburgh, the Steelers averaged 118.5 rushing yards per game.

In 2010, Goodwin assisted in the development of rookie center Maurkice Pouncey, who started all 16 regular season games, earned a trip to the Pro Bowl and was named to The Sporting News and PFW/PFWA All-Rookie teams. Pouncey was the first Steelers rookie to start his first NFL game since Marvel Smith in 2000.

Goodwin got his start in the NFL with the Chicago Bears, spending three seasons as the assistant offensive line coach (2004-2006). During that span, the Bears ranked 10th in the NFL averaging 117.5 yards per game.

Prior to joining the Bears, Goodwin was the offensive line coach at Central Michigan from 2000-2003, where he worked with future pros Eric Ghiaciuc and Adam Kieft. Goodwin also served as the assistant head coach in 2003.

Goodwin began his coaching career at Eastern Michigan where he spent the 1998 season overseeing the tight ends and offensive tackles. In 1999, he transitioned to coaching the team’s offensive line.

A native of Columbia, South Carolina, Goodwin was an offensive lineman at Michigan from 1992-1994, and spent the next two years as a student assistant with the Wolverines. He served as a graduate assistant for Michigan when the Wolverines won the national title in 1997 and worked with an offensive line which featured three future pros in Steve Hutchinson, Jon Jansen and Jeff Backus.

Goodwin’s brother, Jonathan, is an offensive lineman for the San Francisco 49ers. Jonathan made the Pro Bowl in 2010 as a member of the New Orleans Saints.

Goodwin graduated from Michigan in 1996 with a degree in management/communications. He and his wife, Monica, have three children, Kylee, Miya and Bryson.

Coaching Career

1995-1996: Michigan - Student Assistant
1997: Michigan - Graduate Assistant
1998: Eastern Michigan - Tight Ends/Offensive Tackles
1999: Eastern Michigan - Offensive Line
2000-2002: Central Michiga - Offensive Line
2003: Central Michigan - Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Line
2004-2006: Chicago Bears - Assistant Offensive Line
2007-2011: Pittsburgh Steelers - Offensive Assistant
2012: Indianapolis Colts - Offensive Line

Harold Goodwin joins the Colts as the offensive line coach after spending the past five seasons as an offensive assistant with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

While with the Steelers, Goodwin worked closely with the offensive line, which consistently helped produce one of the NFL’s top rushing attacks. During his tenure in Pittsburgh, the Steelers averaged 118.5 rushing yards per game.

In 2010, Goodwin assisted in the development of rookie center Maurkice Pouncey, who started all 16 regular season games, earned a trip to the Pro Bowl and was named to The Sporting News and PFW/PFWA All-Rookie teams. Pouncey was the first Steelers rookie to start his first NFL game since Marvel Smith in 2000.

Goodwin got his start in the NFL with the Chicago Bears, spending three seasons as the assistant offensive line coach (2004-2006). During that span, the Bears ranked 10th in the NFL averaging 117.5 yards per game.

Prior to joining the Bears, Goodwin was the offensive line coach at Central Michigan from 2000-2003, where he worked with future pros Eric Ghiaciuc and Adam Kieft. Goodwin also served as the assistant head coach in 2003.

Goodwin began his coaching career at Eastern Michigan where he spent the 1998 season overseeing the tight ends and offensive tackles. In 1999, he transitioned to coaching the team’s offensive line.

A native of Columbia, South Carolina, Goodwin was an offensive lineman at Michigan from 1992-1994, and spent the next two years as a student assistant with the Wolverines. He served as a graduate assistant for Michigan when the Wolverines won the national title in 1997 and worked with an offensive line which featured three future pros in Steve Hutchinson, Jon Jansen and Jeff Backus.

Goodwin’s brother, Jonathan, is an offensive lineman for the San Francisco 49ers. Jonathan made the Pro Bowl in 2010 as a member of the New Orleans Saints.

Goodwin graduated from Michigan in 1996 with a degree in management/communications. He and his wife, Monica, have three children, Kylee, Miya and Bryson.

Coaching Career

1995-1996: Michigan - Student Assistant
1997: Michigan - Graduate Assistant
1998: Eastern Michigan - Tight Ends/Offensive Tackles
1999: Eastern Michigan - Offensive Line
2000-2002: Central Michiga - Offensive Line
2003: Central Michigan - Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Line
2004-2006: Chicago Bears - Assistant Offensive Line
2007-2011: Pittsburgh Steelers - Offensive Assistant
2012: Indianapolis Colts - Offensive Line

 

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