The Denver Broncos hired Jason George, Mike Eubanks and Anthony Lomando to assist Strength and Conditioning Coach Luke Richesson in implementing the club’s year-round strength and conditioning program, it was announced on Tuesday. All three coaches worked under Richesson in Jacksonville from 2009-11.
George, who will serve as Richesson’s top assistant, worked the past three seasons for the Jaguars in the same capacity after 11 years as head strength and conditioning coach at Fordham University.
At Fordham, where his primary responsibility was working with the football team, he was named the Atlantic 10 Conference College Strength and Conditioning Coach of the Year in 2000 by the National Strength and Conditioning Association. That same year, he received the school’s Iron Major Award as the university’s coach of the year.
He previously worked as a graduate assistant strength coach at the University of Kansas (1997-98) while completing his master’s degree in education with a double specialization in sports psychology and sport administration. George started out as the strength and conditioning coach/assistant football coach at St. Paul’s High School in Winnipeg, Canada from 1992-96 after graduating from the University of Manitoba in 1991 with a bachelor’s degree in physical education.
George, who played safety for Manitoba and earned Academic All-Canadian honors as a senior, is a certified NSCA strength and conditioning specialist.