Jeremiah Washburn joined the Lions coaching staff as the assistant offensive line coach in 2009 and was promoted to offensive line coach in 2013. Before coming to Detroit, he had spent six seasons working in the Baltimore Ravens player personnel department. Washburn was the Ravens’ area scout for the Southwest from 2005-08 and covered schools from the Big 12, SEC, WAC and Conference USA. He also assisted with the acquisition of rookie free agents following the draft.
During his first two years in Baltimore (2003-04), Washburn was a player personnel assistant. He assisted in pro scouting, including some advance scouting of opponents, unrestricted free agents, NFL Europa and other free agents, and he also assisted the college scouting director in preparation for the NFL Draft.
In 2002, Washburn entered the NFL as a football operations assistant with the Carolina Panthers.
Washburn was a three-year guard at the University of Arkansas. He was an international economics major and was a graduate assistant for the Razorbacks’ athletic department while he earned his MBA.
Washburn was born June 17, 1977. He and his wife, Susan, have two daughters, Ally and Megan, and a son, Drew.
Detroit Lions 2009-present
Baltimore Ravens 2003-08
Carolina Panthers 2002
The new head coach will have final say on his coaching staff, but he'd be wise to keep assistants Jim and Jeremiah Washburn
Coaching alongside one another was never a goal for the Washburns, but it's something they've fully embraced heading into the 2013 season
Detroit Lions head coach Jim Schwartz addresses coaching additions Curtis Modkins, John Bonamego, and Bobby Johnson as well as the promotions and moves of Jeremiah Washburn and Tim Lappano, respectively
The Detroit Lions have hired Curtis Modkins as running backs coach/run game coordinator and Bobby Johnson as tight ends coach. Also, Tim Lappano will serve as wide receivers coach, Jeremiah Washburn will serve as offensive line coach and special teams coordinator Danny Crossman will not return