Tyler Wolf is in his fifth season with the Jaguars after being named director of team administration on February 20, 2017.
Tyler Wolf is in his fifth season with the Jaguars after being named assistant to the head coach on February 13, 2013.
Wolf works directly with the head coach in organizing the day-to-day operations of the team. His responsibilities include overseeing player and staff communications with the head coach and managing the football calendar, which include the offseason program, mini-camp, training camp and in-season schedules.
Addtionally, Wolf serves as the coaching staff's liaison on all matters relating to the athletic training, equipment, video and public relations departments, serving as the point of communication in administering every Jaguars practice and team function.
Wolf spent two seasons (2011-12) on the Tennessee Tech coaching staff, where he served as an administrative assistant for Head Coach Watson Brown and the Golden Eagles in 2011. In that role, he served as the point contact for team logistics, meals and youth camps. In 2012, Wolf was promoted to special teams coordinator.
A native of Cookeville, Tenn., Wolf had a five-year career at the University of Tennessee where he began his career as a walk-on in 2006. He played three seasons under Phil Fulmer, one year under Lane Kiffin and his final season under Derek Dooley. Wolf earned a scholarship in 2010 and started on all four special teams units. He was on the roster for bowl games in four of his five seasons – the 2006 and 2007 Outback Bowls, the 2009 Chick Fil-A-Bowl, and the 2010 Music City Bowl. Wolf earned his bachelor’s in 2010 and master’s degree in sports management in 2011 from Tennessee and was a four-time Academic All-SEC selection.
COACHING BACKGROUND: Tennessee Tech 2011-12, Jacksonville Jaguars 2013-16.