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Thomas Joseph Myslinski, Jr. (born December 7, 1968, in Rome, New York) is a professional American football
American football
strength and conditioning coach for the Jacksonville Jaguars. He was strength and conditioning coach for the Cleveland Browns
Cleveland Browns
until the end of the 2009 season. He is also a former National Football League
National Football League
offensive lineman. He was originally drafted by the Dallas Cowboys
Dallas Cowboys
in the 1992 NFL Draft and played nine seasons in the NFL for seven different teams.

Contents

1 Early years 2 College career 3 Professional career

3.1 Dallas Cowboys
Dallas Cowboys
(first stint) 3.2 Cleveland Browns 3.3 Washington Redskins 3.4 Buffalo Bills 3.5 Chicago Bears 3.6 Jacksonville Jaguars 3.7 Pittsburgh Steelers
Pittsburgh Steelers
(first stint) 3.8 Indianapolis Colts 3.9 Dallas Cowboys
Dallas Cowboys
(second stint) 3.10 Pittsburgh Steelers
Pittsburgh Steelers
(second stint)

4 Personal life 5 References

Early years[edit] Myslinski attended Rome Free Academy, where he played as a center. As a junior, he was a part of an undefeated season and a state championship. He received All-state honors as a senior. In track & field, he won the state title in the discus throw and finished third in the shot put competition. College career[edit] Myslinski accepted a football scholarship from he University of Tennessee. As a redshirt freshman, he was given his first start at right guard in the second game against Duke University. He then suffered an ankle injury which caused him to miss the next 5 games. He was a starter at left guard in 37 straight games, dating back to his freshman season, helping the team to a 29-6-2 record, 2 SEC championships and to set a school record for total yards each of his last three years. He was a member of the 1991 NCAA Champion track & field team. In 1990, he finished fourth in the shot put in the SEC outdoor meet with a career-best of 59'91/2". In 1991, he placed fifth in the hammer throw in the SEC outdoor meet. Professional career[edit] Dallas Cowboys
Dallas Cowboys
(first stint)[edit] Myslinski was selected by the Dallas Cowboys
Dallas Cowboys
in the fourth round (109th overall) of the 1992 NFL Draft. He got injured on the first day of training camp, which would limit him going forward. He was waived on August 30 and later signed to the practice squad.[1] Cleveland Browns[edit] On September 9, 1992, he was signed by the Cleveland Browns
Cleveland Browns
from the Cowboys practice squad. He was waived on October 10.[2] Washington Redskins[edit] On October 21, 1992, he was signed to the Washington Redskins' practice squad. He was promoted to the active roster on November 10. He was released on November 28. Buffalo Bills[edit] On April 6, 1993, he was signed by the Buffalo Bills.[3] He was waived on August 30,[4] and re-signed one day later.[5] Chicago Bears[edit] On November 30, 1993, he was signed by the Chicago Bears.[6] Jacksonville Jaguars[edit] Myslinski was selected by the Jacksonville Jaguars
Jacksonville Jaguars
in the 1995 NFL Expansion Draft from the Chicago Bears
Chicago Bears
roster. He started 9 out of 9 games at right guard. Pittsburgh Steelers
Pittsburgh Steelers
(first stint)[edit] On April 24, 1996, he signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers
Pittsburgh Steelers
and was waived on August 25.[7] On August 27, he was re-signed and started 6 out of 8 games at right guard.[8] The next year, he started 7 out of 16 games at right guard. Indianapolis Colts[edit] On February 19, 1998, he was signed by the Indianapolis Colts. He was limited by a rotator cuff surgery to four games and was not to re-signed. Dallas Cowboys
Dallas Cowboys
(second stint)[edit] On September 23, 1999, he was signed by the Dallas Cowboys.[9] He played in 10 games (2 starts) and was not re-signed. Pittsburgh Steelers
Pittsburgh Steelers
(second stint)[edit] On April 7, 2000, he was signed by the Pittsburgh Steelers
Pittsburgh Steelers
and played in 6 games.[10] He was waived on August 31, 2001.[11] Personal life[edit] Myslinski has served as a strength and conditioning coach for football at a professional and collegiate level. He developed the “Tunch Punch Ladder” hand agility pad. After the first game of his senior season in high school, he was involved in a car accident, in which he was thrown through a rear door window breaking his right leg and forcing him to have over 100 stitches to his head. Despite these injuries, he was able to pull the two passengers that were in the front seat of the car. References[edit]

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Dallas Cowboys
Dallas Cowboys
1992 NFL draft selections

Kevin Smith Robert Jones Jimmy Smith Darren Woodson Clayton Holmes James Brown Tom Myslinski Greg Briggs Rod Milstead Fallon Wacasey Nate Kirtman Chris Hall John Terry Tim Daniel Don Harris

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Jacksonville Jaguars
Jacksonville Jaguars
1995 inaugural season roster

1 Mike Hollis 4 Bryan Barker 7 Steve Beuerlein 8 Mark Brunell 11 Rob Johnson 20 Chris Hudson 21 Deral Boykin 21 Tommy Johnson 23 Randy Jordan 24 Harry Colon 25 Mickey Washington 26 Rogerick Green 27 Vinnie Clark 28 Monty Grow 29 Darren Carrington 30 Darren Studstill 32 Vaughn Dunbar 33 James Stewart 34 Reggie Cobb 35 Le'Shai Maston 36 Ryan Christopherson 38 Mike Dumas 40 Gordon Laro 41 Dave Thomas 45 Travis Davis 50 Tom Myslinski 51 Mark Williams 52 Brant Boyer 53 Santo Stephens 54 Keith Goganious 55 Tom McManus 56 Jeff Lageman 58 Bryan Schwartz 59 Reggie Clark 62 Ben Coleman 63 Frank Cornish 65 Bronzell Miller 66 Shawn Bouwens 67 Jeff Novak 68 Bruce Wilkerson 69 Eugene Chung 71 Tony Boselli 73 Brian DeMarco 78 Greg Huntington 79 Dave Widell 80 Willie Jackson 81 Desmond Howard 82 Jimmy Smith 83 Pete Mitchell 84 Ernest Givins 85 Rich Griffith 87 Cedric Tillman 88 Craig Keith 89 Curtis Marsh Sr. 90 James Williams 91 Paul Frase 92 Don Davey 93 Ernie Logan 94 Kelvin Pritchett 95 Mike Thompson 96 Bernard Carter 96 Ashley Sheppard 97 Ray Hall 98 Corey Mayfield 99 Joel Smeenge Brad Goebel Mazio Royster

Head coach: Tom Coughlin

Assistant coaches: Joe Baker Pete Carmichael Randy Edsall Kevin Gilbride Jeff Hurd Jerald Ingram Dick Jauron Mike Maser Jerry Palmieri Larry Pasquale John Pease Lucious Selmon Steve Szabo

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Current strength and conditioning coaches of the National Football League

American Football Conference

AFC East AFC North AFC South AFC West

Eric Ciano (Buffalo Bills) Dave Puloka (Miami Dolphins) Moses Cabrera (New England Patriots) Justus Galac (New York Jets)

Juney Barnett (Baltimore Ravens) Chip Morton (Cincinnati Bengals) Adam Beard (Cleveland Browns) Garrett Giemont (Pittsburgh Steelers)

Craig Fitzgerald (Houston Texans) Darren Krein (Indianapolis Colts) Tom Myslinski (Jacksonville Jaguars) Steve Watterson (Tennessee Titans)

Luke Richesson (Denver Broncos) Barry Rubin (Kansas City Chiefs) John Lott (Los Angeles Chargers) Tom Shaw (Oakland Raiders)

National Football Conference

NFC East NFC North NFC South NFC West

Mike Woicik (Dallas Cowboys) Aaron Wellman (New York Giants) Josh Hingst (Philadelphia Eagles) Chad Englehart (Washington Redskins)

Jason George (Chicago Bears) Harold Nash
Harold Nash
(Detroit Lions) Mark Lovat (Green Bay Packers) Mark Uyeyama (Minnesota Vikings)

Jesse Ackerman (Atlanta Falcons) Joe Kenn (Carolina Panthers) Dan Dalrymple (New Orleans Saints) Dave Kennedy (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)

Buddy Morris (Arizona Cardinals) Ted Rath (Los Angeles Rams) Ray Wright (San Francisco 49ers) Chris Carlisle

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