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Dan Henning

NameDan Henning
Color#0080FF
Fontcoloryellow
Birth DateJune 21, 1942(age 72)
Birth PlaceBronx, New York
CollegeWilliam & Mary
PositionCoach
Quarterback
Playery
Years1964, 1966 1967
TeamsAFL San Diego Chargers
Statsy
PFRHennDa00
PFRCoachHennDa0
Career Highlightsy
RegularRecord38 73 1
(NCAA) 16 19 1
Playoff Record0 0
Record38 73 1
Coachyes
Coachingyears1968 1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
1976 1978
1979 1980
1981 1982
1983 1986
1987 1988
1989 1991
1992 1993
1994 1996
1997
1998 2000


2002 2006

2008 2010|coachingteams=Florida State
Virginia Tech
Houston Oilers
Virginia Tech
Florida State
New York Jets
Miami Dolphins
Washington Redskins (OC)
Atlanta Falcons (HC)
Washington Redskins (OC)
San Diego Chargers (HC)
Detroit Lions (OC)
Boston College (HC)
Buffalo Bills (OC)
New York Jets
(98-99 QBs coach/ 2000 Offensive coordinator)
Carolina Panthers
(OC)
Miami Dolphins
(OC)

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Daniel Ernest Henning, Jr. (born June 21, 1942) is the former offensive coordinator of the Miami Dolphins. He was also an American football player. A quarterback, he played college football at William and Mary, and Professional Football (in 1966) for the American Football League's San Diego Chargers. He is the former Head Coach of the Atlanta Falcons (1983 - 1986) and the San Diego Chargers (1989 - 1991) of the NFL. He was the head coach of the Boston College Eagles (1994 - 96). He then returned to the NFL as an offensive coordinator for the Buffalo Bills in 1997. After Hall of Fame coach Marv Levy retired, reportedly partially due to his reluctance to fire Henning, Henning left Buffalo.

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Mike Flaherty's Dixieland Direct Jazz Band live at the Kennedy Center featuring: Henning Hoehne, Bob Boguslaw, Dallas Smith and Mike Flaherty. http://www.dix...
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Kneeboarding, to the extreme...in reverse!
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Short film. Music by Xploding Plastix(Jens Petter Nilsen, Hallvard Hagen).
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Mike Flaherty's Dixieland Direct Jazz Band live at the Kennedy Center featuring: Henning Hoehne, Bob Boguslaw, Dallas Smith and Mike Flaherty. http://www.dix...
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Dolphins suffer tough loss to Steelers, fall to 3-3 - The Phinsider Tweet this news
The Phinsider--Then there's -Dan Henning's- play calls. There's one instance in particular that really baffles me. The Dolphins were trailing by 20-19. ... - Date : Mon, 25 Oct 2010 09:05:08 GMT+00:00
Brandon Marshall, Dan Henning fire back at NFL Network analysts who criticized ... - Palm Beach Post (blog) Tweet this news
Palm Beach Post (blog)--Offensive coordinator -Dan Henning- also took a swipe at the NFL Network analysts on Thursday. “Did they watch from the stands? Or on TV? Or from their home? ... - Date : Thu, 30 Sep 2010 19:18:22 GMT+00:00
Dolphins' Coordinator Dan Henning Gets 'Raw' with His Critics - FanHouse Tweet this news
FanHouse---Dan Henning- has been in the coaching profession for 42 years, 31 of them in the NFL, so the Miami Dolphins offensive coordinator has seen and heard just ... - Date : Thu, 14 Oct 2010 23:15:45 GMT+00:00

Sporting positions
Preceded by
Tom Bresnahan
Buffalo Bills Offensive Coordinator
1997
Succeeded by
Joe Pendry
Preceded by
Charlie Weis
New York Jets Offensive Coordinator
2000
Succeeded by
Paul Hackett
Preceded by
Richard Williamson
Carolina Panthers Offensive Coordinator
2002 - 2006
Succeeded by
Jeff Davidson
Preceded by
Mike Mularkey
Miami Dolphins Offensive Coordinator
2008 - 2010
Succeeded by
Brian Daboll

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