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Brian Fleury
Defensive Quality Control

Bio

1ST year in NFL/1st year with the Bills

 

COACHING EXPERIENCE

Brian Fleury joins the Bills as Defensive Quality Control coach for his first season in the NFL.
Fleury spent the past four years as Secondary Coach and Special Teams Coordinator at Towson University.

Fleury played a vital role in the Towson Tigers’ drive to back-to-back Colonial Athletic Association championships (2011-12). Under his guidance, the Tiger defense led the conference in total defense and passing defense. Towson finished 2012 ranked 16th in the country in total defense and 19th in the country in passing defense.  In 2011, the Tigers’ special teams led the CAA in kickoff return average, finishing 16th in the country.  

After spending two years at the University of Maryland, he was an assistant coach at Sacred Heart University for four years.

Fleury began his coaching career as a graduate assistant at Maryland in 2003. During two seasons as a member of Coach Ralph Friedgen’s staff, he worked with the Terps’ defense, helping to coach the secondary.

In two seasons as a member of the Terrapins’ staff, Maryland compiled a 15-9 record. In 2003, he worked with the Terps’ defense which allowed only 15.8 points per game while helping them compile a 10-3 record and finish second in the Atlantic Coast Conference.  Ranked 17th in the nation in the final poll, the Terrapins capped off the season with a Gator Bowl win over West Virginia University.

After his two-year stint at Maryland, Fleury joined the football staff at Sacred Heart University, an NCAA Division FCS program in Connecticut. In four seasons as a member of Coach Paul Gorham’s staff, Fleury helped the Pioneers show steady progress.


In 2005, his first season at Sacred Heart, he was the Pioneers’ secondary coach and they compiled a 4-6 record. In 2006, he was promoted to Defensive Coordinator and in 2008 there was a significant turnaround as they made a five-game improvement compiling an 8-3 record, the third-highest win total in the history of the program.

Under his guidance, Sacred Heart forced 24 turnovers and ranked among the top defenses in the Northeast Conference. In 2008, two of Fleury’s defensive standouts, defensive end Bill O’Brien and cornerback Andre Isla, earned All-NEC honors.

PERSONAL

A first team All-State quarterback as a senior at Seneca Valley High School in Germantown, Md., Fleury led the Screaming Eagles to a perfect 13-0 record and the state championship in 1997. As a senior, he completed 131 of 198 passes for a school record 2,025 yards. He also threw 26 touchdown passes with only four interceptions. While leading Seneca Valley to back-to-back Montgomery County titles, he was a member of four straight regional championship teams.

A widely-recruited quarterback out of high school, he chose to attend the University of Maryland. After spending one year in College Park, he transferred to Towson. A four-year quarterback for the Tigers, he earned his Bachelor’s degree in Sport Management.


Fleury and his wife, Natasha, have a daughter, Nadia Joelle.

 

FLEURY’S COACHING CAREER

NFL

 

 

Buffalo Bills

2013

Defensive Quality Control

 

 

 

COLLEGE

 

 

Towson

Sacred Heart

Maryland

2009-12

2005-08

2003-04

Secondary/ Special Teams Coordinator

Defensive Coordinator (2006-08)/ Secondary (2005)

Graduate Asst.

 

 

 

 

1ST year in NFL/1st year with the Bills

 

COACHING EXPERIENCE

Brian Fleury joins the Bills as Defensive Quality Control coach for his first season in the NFL.
Fleury spent the past four years as Secondary Coach and Special Teams Coordinator at Towson University.

Fleury played a vital role in the Towson Tigers’ drive to back-to-back Colonial Athletic Association championships (2011-12). Under his guidance, the Tiger defense led the conference in total defense and passing defense. Towson finished 2012 ranked 16th in the country in total defense and 19th in the country in passing defense.  In 2011, the Tigers’ special teams led the CAA in kickoff return average, finishing 16th in the country.  

After spending two years at the University of Maryland, he was an assistant coach at Sacred Heart University for four years.

Fleury began his coaching career as a graduate assistant at Maryland in 2003. During two seasons as a member of Coach Ralph Friedgen’s staff, he worked with the Terps’ defense, helping to coach the secondary.

In two seasons as a member of the Terrapins’ staff, Maryland compiled a 15-9 record. In 2003, he worked with the Terps’ defense which allowed only 15.8 points per game while helping them compile a 10-3 record and finish second in the Atlantic Coast Conference.  Ranked 17th in the nation in the final poll, the Terrapins capped off the season with a Gator Bowl win over West Virginia University.

After his two-year stint at Maryland, Fleury joined the football staff at Sacred Heart University, an NCAA Division FCS program in Connecticut. In four seasons as a member of Coach Paul Gorham’s staff, Fleury helped the Pioneers show steady progress.


In 2005, his first season at Sacred Heart, he was the Pioneers’ secondary coach and they compiled a 4-6 record. In 2006, he was promoted to Defensive Coordinator and in 2008 there was a significant turnaround as they made a five-game improvement compiling an 8-3 record, the third-highest win total in the history of the program.

Under his guidance, Sacred Heart forced 24 turnovers and ranked among the top defenses in the Northeast Conference. In 2008, two of Fleury’s defensive standouts, defensive end Bill O’Brien and cornerback Andre Isla, earned All-NEC honors.

PERSONAL

A first team All-State quarterback as a senior at Seneca Valley High School in Germantown, Md., Fleury led the Screaming Eagles to a perfect 13-0 record and the state championship in 1997. As a senior, he completed 131 of 198 passes for a school record 2,025 yards. He also threw 26 touchdown passes with only four interceptions. While leading Seneca Valley to back-to-back Montgomery County titles, he was a member of four straight regional championship teams.

A widely-recruited quarterback out of high school, he chose to attend the University of Maryland. After spending one year in College Park, he transferred to Towson. A four-year quarterback for the Tigers, he earned his Bachelor’s degree in Sport Management.


Fleury and his wife, Natasha, have a daughter, Nadia Joelle.

 

FLEURY’S COACHING CAREER

NFL

 

 

Buffalo Bills

2013

Defensive Quality Control

 

 

 

COLLEGE

 

 

Towson

Sacred Heart

Maryland

2009-12

2005-08

2003-04

Secondary/ Special Teams Coordinator

Defensive Coordinator (2006-08)/ Secondary (2005)

Graduate Asst.

 

 

 

 

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