Within the annals of Texas A&M Football history, no one has yet to top the legend that is defensive tackle Ty Warren, who after four dominant seasons (1999-2003) with the Aggies, went on to be selected 13th overall in the 2003 NFL Draft by the New England Patriots (2003-2010).
Earlier this week, rumors were confirmed by Football Scoops’ Zach Barnett that Warren has taken a coaching position with FCS Stephen F. Austin under Head coach Colby Carthel as the defensive line coach, and will also serve as the assistant head coach for the 2023 college football season.
In seven NFL seasons with the Patriots, Warren won Super Bowl XXXVIII and Super Bowl XXXIX in his first two seasons with the franchise, while accumulating 374 tackles and 20.5 sacks and was named First-Team All-Pro after the 2007 season, and is a member of the All-Decade Team. Warren played one season with the Denver Broncos before retiring after the 2012 season, and before the 2010 offseason, Warren returned to Texas A&M to finish his undergraduate degree in Agricultural Development and became the first member of his family to graduate from college.
Warren’s coaching career began as a minority coaching assistant for the Detroit Lions during the 2020 season, and after a brief coaching internship with the New Orleans Saints , he was hired by the XFL’s Orlando Guardians as the co-defensive coordinator and defensive line coach on Sept. 13th of last year, but suddenly left the program in late March, and now we all know the reason behind the departure.
Warren is joining a Lumberjacks program that won a share of the WAC championship in 2022. Congratulations to Ty Warren and his family on the promotion in what is already a very bright coaching future!
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