15 Facts About Adam Gase


Adam Joseph Gase was born on March 29,1978 and is a former American football coach in the National Football League.


Adam Gase came to prominence as the offensive coordinator for the Denver Broncos from 2013 to 2014, whose offense set the NFL record for points scored in 2013 and helped the team reach Super Bowl XLVIII.


Adam Gase began his coaching career at Michigan State while an undergraduate student.


Adam Gase was a student assistant to the coaching staff.


Adam Gase left LSU and the college ranks to become a scouting assistant for the Detroit Lions.


Adam Gase worked as a scouting assistant from 2003 to 2005.


Adam Gase added the role of offensive assistant for the 2005 season.


Adam Gase stayed with the Lions under new head coach Rod Marinelli and was promoted to the team's offensive quality control coach for the 2006 season.


The Miami Dolphins announced that Adam Gase would be the 12th head coach in franchise history on January 9,2016.


Adam Gase is the first to be born after the team was founded in 1966.


The New York Jets announced that Adam Gase would be the 19th head coach in the team's history on January 11,2019.


At the postgame press conference, Adam Gase did not give a straightforward answer on who was calling the plays.


In Week 13, Adam Gase fired defensive coordinator Gregg Williams for making the "Cover 0 blitz" play call that cost the Jets the win against the Las Vegas Raiders.


On January 3,2021, hours after the team's season-ending loss against the New England Patriots, Adam Gase was fired by the Jets.


Adam Gase is married to Jennifer Vitt, the daughter of former NFL linebacker coach Joe Vitt.