The youngest NFL head coaches making an impact in the 2023-24 season. Check out Youngest head coach in nfl here.

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The NFL head coach circuit has certainly been getting younger and younger. Here’s the list of the youngest head coaches in the league right now, with their listed dates of birth and age as of Jan. 31, 2024.

  • Mike Macdonald | 06/26/87 (36)
    Seattle Seahawks
  • Jerod Mayo | 02/23/86 (37)
    New England Patriots
  • Sean McVay | 01/24/86 (37)
    Los Angeles Rams
  • Kevin O’Connell | 05/25/85 (38)
    Minnesota Vikings
  • Shane Steichen | 05/11/85 (38)
    Indianapolis Colts
  • DeMeco Ryans | 07/28/84 (39)
    Houston Texans
  • Mike McDaniel | 03/06/83 (40)
    Miami Dolphins
  • Zac Taylor | 05/10/83 (40)
    Cincinnati Bengals
  • Kevin Stefanski | 05/08/82 (41)
    Cleveland Browns
  • Nick Sirianni | 06/15/81 (42)
    Philadelphia Eagles
  • Kyle Shanahan | 12/14/79 (44)
    San Francisco 49ers

Macdonald, 36, will become the youngest current head coach in the league and is half the age of the man he’s replacing – Pete Carroll, who moved to an advisory role with the organization after 14 seasons in charge in Seattle.

Youngest Head Coaches in the NFL, Check it out here.

Macdonald spent the past two years running Baltimore’s defense, including this past season when the Ravens finished with the NFL’s best regular-season record and reached the AFC Championship Game before losing to Kansas City.

Baltimore held Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs to 17 points in the AFC title game, conceding zero points in the second-half and halting KC on six successive drives.

This will be the first head coaching position at any level for Macdonald. But he has been surrounded by successful coaches as he has moved up the ranks, starting with an extended run on the staff of John Harbaugh in Baltimore before spending a season on now-Chargers’ coach Jim Harbaugh’s staff in college at Michigan.

Macdonald was responsible for overhauling Harbaugh’s defense at Michigan, building a group that led Michigan to their first berth in the College Football Playoff in 2021. He had previously worked as linebackers coach for Harbaugh’s brother, John, in Baltimore before his stint in college football.

By Rishabh

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