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Greg Knapp

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Date of birth March 5 1963 (1963-03-05) (age 56)
Place of birth Long Beach, California
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Career highlights
Coaching Record / Statistics
Career player statistics (if any)
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Team(s) as a player (if any)
Team(s) as a coach/administrator (if any)
1986-1988

1989-1990

1991-1994


1995-1997

1998-2000

2001-2003

2004-2006

2007-2008

2009

2010-present
Sacramento State
(Running backs coach)
Sacramento State
(Wide receivers coach)
Sacramento State
(Assistant head coach/
Offensive coordinator)
San Francisco 49ers
(Offensive quality control)
San Francisco 49ers
(Quarterbacks coach)
San Francisco 49ers
(Offensive coordinator)
Atlanta Falcons
(Offensive coordinator)
Oakland Raiders
(Offensive coordinator)
Seattle Seahawks
(Offensive coordinator)
Houston Texans
(Quarterbacks coach)

Greg Knapp (occasionally spelled as Gregg, born March 5, 1963 in Long Beach, California) is the quarterbacks coach for the Houston Texans of the National Football League. Previously he was the offensive coordinator for the Seattle Seahawks. He was named to the position in January 2009 by new head coach Jim L. Mora. Knapp, whose forte is the West Coast offense, was offensive coordinator of the Atlanta Falcons from 2003-2006 under former coach Jim L. Mora. Prior to joining the Falcons, Knapp spent nine years in various positions with the San Francisco 49ers, which include Offensive Coordinator from 2001–2003, Quarterbacks Coach from 1998–2000 and Offensive Quality Control from 1995-1997.

As a quarterback at Sacramento State University, Knapp enjoyed a distinguished career where he ranked among the Hornets' career leaders with more than 3,800 passing yards and 32 touchdown passes. He went to training camps with the Kansas City Chiefs in 1986, Los Angeles Raiders in 1987-1990 and the 49ers in 1992-1994, but never made an NFL team as a player. Prior to joining the 49ers as a coach, Knapp spent nine years on the coaching staff of Sacramento State University, serving as running backs coach from 1986–1989, receivers coach from 1989–1990 and offensive coordinator/assistant head coach from 1991-1994.

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