Josh Grizzard
Offensive Quality Control
Josh Grizzard is in his first season with the Miami Dolphins after he was named offensive quality control on Feb. 10, 2017.

Grizzard spent the past four seasons at Duke where he was a graduate assistant/quality control working primarily with the quarterbacks. He was promoted into that role following the 2013 season, when he served as a football operations assistant.

At Duke, Grizzard helped the Blue Devils to their best three-year stretch (2013-15) in school history with 27 total wins, an ACC Coastal division title and three consecutive bowl appearances. In 2016, he worked with quarterback Daniel Jones and helped the redshirt freshman rank No. 6 in the ACC and lead all conference freshmen with 276.8 yards of total offense per game.

In 2015, Grizzard helped first-year starter Thomas Sirk throw for 2,625 yards and 16 touchdowns while rushing for 803 yards and eight more scores. Sirk became one of just three quarterbacks in ACC history to throw for 2,500-plus yards and rush for 800-plus yards in a single season. His 3,428 total offensive yards were second all-time in single-season school history.

The 2014 Blue Devils featured five All-ACC selections and compiled 421 total points, the second-most in school history. Quarterback Anthony Boone, the winningest quarterback in the history of Duke football, earned All-ACC honors and the team finished in the conference’s top five in six offensive statistics.

Grizzard played defensive back at Yale and graduated with a degree in political science. He earned his master’s degree in Christian studies from Duke. Grizzard is a native of Zebulon, North Carolina and currently resides in Fort Lauderdale. His last name is pronounced Grizz-ARD.

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