Brian Pariani
Former NFL Coach
Denver, Colorado, United States

Brian Pariani is a veteran coach of the NFL of more than 30 years and has won 4 Super Bowls during his time in the league. His first championship came in 1994 with the San Francisco 49ers and 3 more came with the Denver Broncos in 1997, 1998, and 2015. Brian specializes on the offensive side of the ball and spent most of his career as a Tight Ends coach. Starting out at UCLA, Brian worked as a Graduate Assistant in 1989 under Head Coach Terry Donahue. In 1990 Brian got his first shot at the NFL with the San Fransisco 49ers, workings as a Scouting Assistant before transitioning to an Offensive Coaching Assistant in 1991.


From 2006-2013, Brian was the Tight Ends coach for the Houston Texans, and during his tenure, the Texans produced more than 8,000 receiving yards, 682 catches, and 58 touchdown passes which were good for 4th and 5th most in the NFL respectively. Owen Daniels, a 4th-Round draft pick, was developed under Brian’s tutelage and was named to the NFL All-Rookie team as well as 2 Pro Bowl nods in 2008 and 2012. 


Brian most recently coached with the Minnesota Vikings in 2019 and concluded his tenure in 2021. He is an avid student of the game and has coached 3 Pro Bowl Tight Ends and 1 Hall of Famer in his illustrious career.