Tony Sorrentino was named offensive quality control coach for the Jaguars on January 28, 2013. Now in his ninth year in coaching, this is Sorrentino’s first season in the NFL..
Tony Sorrentino was named offensive quality control coach for the Jaguars on January 28, 2013. Now in his ninth year in coaching, this is Sorrentino’s first season in the NFL.
Sorrentino spent the 2012 season at his alma mater, The College of New Jersey, as quarterbacks coach and passing game coordinator. He also spent two seasons on the coaching staff with responsibility for the wide receivers (2006) and linebackers (2007).
In 2011, Sorrentino served as an offensive graduate assistant at the University of Miami (Fla.) under Jaguars offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch. Sorrentino assisted with the quarterbacks and wide receivers and ran the defensive and special teams scout teams.
Prior to joining Miami, Sorrentino served as quarterbacks coach at the University of Minnesota in 2010 and offensive quality control coach in 2009 where Fisch served as offensive coordinator.
Sorrentino began his coaching career in 2005 as an assistant at Morristown Beard High School in New Jersey and also had stints at West Essex (N.J.) High School and Montville (N.J.) Township High School. He completed summer internships with the Baltimore Ravens in 2007 and the Houston Texans in 2002-03.
Sorrentino received his bachelor’s degree in health and physical education and a master’s in exercise science from The College of New Jersey, where he was a four-year letterman at wide receiver.
COACHING BACKGROUND: Morristown Beard High School 2005, West Essex High School 2006, The College of New Jersey 2006-07, 2012, Montville Township High School 2008, Minnesota 2009-10, Miami (Fla.) 2011, Jacksonville Jaguars 2013.