Thomas Joseph Myslinski, Jr. (born December 7, 1968, in Rome, New
York) is a professional
1 Early years 2 College career 3 Professional career
4 Personal life 5 References
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.
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.
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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)
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