Jason Vrable will enter his second year in the NFL with the Buffalo Bills in 2014 as an offensive quality control coach.
Vrable will transition to working with wide receivers coach Rob Moore and the wideouts in 2014 after spending the 2013 season assisting Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks coach Nathaniel Hackett with the team’s quarterbacks.
In his role as an offensive quality control coach, Vrable is responsible for the breakdown of film and assisting with the implementation of game plans.
Prior to coming to Buffalo, Vrable spent the past two seasons at the University of Charleston (WV), as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach.
In 2012, the University of Charleston finished 9-2 overall and ranked 25th in country (AFCA coaches poll), the first time in school history that UC football finished in Top 25. The UC offense led their conference in total offense (392.4 avg/g) and rushing offense (246.1 avg/g). The team set numerous school records including, rushing yards in game (454), rushing yards in season (2,910), points scored in half (48) and longest passing touchdown (99 yards). Vrable coached two-time All-American Jordan Roberts who set the all-time Division II rushing record for yards in quarter (190) and yards in half (273) in his final game at UC in 2012 and signed with the Kansas City Chiefs as a free agent.
Before his time at the University of Charleston, he spent two seasons at Syracuse University.In 2009, he served as an offensive quality control coach (assistant to the wide receivers coach) and in 2010 he served as a graduate assistant (assistant to the quarterbacks coach).
Vrable spent the 2008 season as quarterbacks coach at Robert Morris University.He was the quarterbacks coach at his alma mater, Marietta College, in 2007 and he spent the summer of 2007 as a strength intern at the University of South Florida.
Vrable was a record setting quarterback at Marietta College. While with the Pioneers he set records in every single-season and career passing category, while earning ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District along with multiple Ohio Valley Conference honors.
He was the 2007 Clyde Lamb Award Winner, which recognizes senior Male Scholar Athlete of the year at Marietta College. Vrable earned national attention as a three-time NCAA Division III National Player of the Week between the 2005 & 2006 seasons.
Vrable holds a Masters Degree in Sports Management from Robert Morris University and is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS/NSCA). He is married to the former Jill Bixler.