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Jim L. Mora

Jim L Mora
Mora as head coach of the Falcons
CaptionMora as head coach of the Falcons
NameJim L. Mora
Birth DateNovember 19, 1961(age 53)
Birth PlaceLos Angeles, California
CollegeWashington
PositionDefensive back / Head Coach
Playeryes
Years1980-1983
TeamsUniversity of Washington
Coachyes
Coachingyears1984

1985-1988

1989-1991

1992-1996

1997-1998

1999-2003

2004-2006

2007-2008


2009
CoachingteamsUniversity of Washington
(graduate assistant)
San Diego Chargers
(defensive quality control)
San Diego Chargers
(secondary coach)
New Orleans Saints
(secondary coach)
San Francisco 49ers
(secondary coach)
San Francisco 49ers
(defensive coordinator)
Atlanta Falcons
(head coach)
Seattle Seahawks
(assistant head coach/secondary)
Seattle Seahawks
(head coach)

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James Lawrence "Jim" Mora (born November 19, 1961) is an American former NCAA defensive back and National Football League head coach. As of 2010, he is currently an analyst for the NFL Network.

On February 5, 2009, the Seahawks signed Mora to a five year contract to become the team's next head coach when then head coach Mike Holmgren retired following the 2008 season. Mora was fired on January 8, 2010, after going 5-11 in his only season as the Seahawks head coach.

Mora is the son of retired NFL head coach Jim E. Mora. To differentiate between the two, Jim Mora is often referred to as “Jim Mora Jr.”. However some, like Monte Kiffin, refer to him as “J.L. [Mora]”.

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from FOX Sports Signing Day Special. Congrats Randall, Go Bruins!
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Reports surfaced that during one of fall football practices in San Bernardino, Jim L Mora went on a f bomb driven tirade against his assistant coaches for no...
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talks about all the highly recruits UCLA signed as well as his opinions on them. In the middle of the video is Jim L Mora's press conference introducing the ...
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Coach meets the media after spring practice #3.
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John L. Smith has been fired at Arkansas. Who will take his place and be the next head football coach for the Hogs? Here are 4 names that will be in the runn...
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Jim Mora talks to the media following UCLA's 38-33 loss to ASU.
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Jim Mora talks on the status of Ellis McCarthy, officially names Paul Perkins the starter at running back.
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Playoffs? Don't you talk about playoffs - The Daily Collegian Online Tweet this news
The Daily Collegian Online--I'-ll- let -Jim Mora- take the heat and deliver the message: “Playoffs? Don't talk about playoffs! You kidding me? PLAYOFFS?” -Jimmy- was talking about the NFL; ... - Date : Wed, 13 Oct 2010 09:16:47 GMT+00:00
Jim Mora bristles at questions about Vick - ProFootballTalk Tweet this news
ProFootballTalk---Mora-, as you'-ll- hear, didn't like being asked about Mike Vick's stunning improvement. Gottlieb asked -Mora-, "Does it bum you out at all thought that he ... - Date : Thu, 30 Sep 2010 17:19:10 GMT+00:00
Haslett highlights - Washington Examiner (blog) Tweet this news
Washington Examiner (blog)--I'-ll- give you a little story. Back in my third year coaching in the NFL, I was with -Jim Mora- down with the Saints and Peyton was a sophomore in high school. ... - Date : Fri, 15 Oct 2010 21:17:23 GMT+00:00
State of the NFC West - NFL GridIron Gab Tweet this news
NFL GridIron Gab--To quote -Jim Mora-, “Playoffs!?!”. That is the thought that is starting to seep into the consciousness of Rams fans in 2010. The season so far has been ... - Date : Thu, 21 Oct 2010 23:48:20 GMT+00:00

Sporting positions
Preceded by
John Marshall
San Francisco 49ers Defensive Coordinator
1999 - 2003
Succeeded by
Willy Robinson

Team Year Regular Season Post Season
Won Lost Ties Win % Finish Won Lost Win % Result
ATL 2004 11 5 0 .688 1st in NFC South 1 1 .500 Lost to Philadelphia Eagles in NFC Championship Game.
ATL 2005 8 8 0 .500 3rd in NFC South   -   -   - -
ATL 2006 7 9 0 .438 3rd in NFC South   -   -   - -
ATL Total 26 22 0 .542 1 1 .500
SEA 2009 5 11 0 .313 3rd in NFC West
SEA Total 5 11 0 .313   -   -   -
Total 31 33 0 .470 1 1 .500



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