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Jim Arthur enters his 16th NFL season and second with the Miami Dolphins after he was named assistant strength and conditioning coach on Jan. 25, 2016. In his first season with the team, Arthur helped the Dolphins win 10 games and earn their first playoff berth since 2008.
Jim Arthur enters his 16th NFL season and second with the Miami Dolphins after he was named assistant strength and conditioning coach on Jan. 25, 2016. In his first season with the team, Arthur helped the Dolphins win 10 games and earn their first playoff berth since 2008.

Arthur worked 11 seasons (2005-15) with the strength and conditioning staff of the Chicago Bears, including seven as the team’s strength and conditioning coach (2008-14). During his tenure, the Bears won the NFC in 2006 and advanced to the NFC Championship Game in 2010.

Prior to Chicago, Arthur spent three years as a strength and conditioning assistant with the Buffalo Bills, where he first worked with his mentor, Rusty Jones. He also interned at Louisiana Tech during the summer of 2001 and at Boston College while finishing his master’s degree in 2002.

Arthur began his coaching career at his alma mater, Springfield College, working as a student assistant until his graduation in 2000. He was also a graduate assistant for two seasons, where he earned his master’s degree in applied exercise science in 2002.

A native of Cheshire, Conn., Arthur and his wife, Kendra, have a son, Rhett.

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