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Jason Rebrovich
Assistant Defensive Line Coach


Jason Rebrovich was hired as the assistant defensive line coach on January 18, 2017.

Jason Rebrovich was hired as the assistant defensive line coach on January 18, 2017.

Rebrovich spent the previous four seasons with the Buffalo Bills, serving in various roles on the defensive side. This past season, the Bills defense finished fourth in the league in sacks per pass play with Rebrovich serving as the Bills defensive line coach. In 2015, Rebrovich oversaw the outside linebackers and helped mentor a defense that was third-best in the league in opposing quarterback completion percentage at 57.6 percent.

Prior to being tasked with overseeing the Bills outside linebackers, Rebrovich was the team’s assistant defensive line coach in 2014 and Rebrovich’s work with the Bills helped the team finish fourth in the NFL in total defense. The Bills defensive line played a large role in that success, leading the NFL with 54.0 sacks.

During his first season with the Bills in 2013 as a defensive quality control coach, Rebrovich helped coach a defense that established a franchise record 57.0 sacks.

Prior to coming to Buffalo, Rebrovich spent the 2011 and 2012 seasons at Syracuse as a defensive assistant under Head Coach Doug Marrone. From 2008-10, Rebrovich was the defensive coordinator at SUNY Cortland. Rebrovich worked with the defensive line and served as the head strength and condition coach at Ferris State University from 2005-07 and Concord University in 2004. Rebrovich began his coaching career at his alma mater of Cortland as the team’s defensive line and strength coach for three seasons (2001-03).

A native of Clarence, N.Y., Rebrovich earned a bachelor’s degree in sports management in 2000 from SUNY Cortland and he and his wife, Trisha, have two daughters, Reese and Madison.

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