Al Miller joins the Raiders coaching staff for his first season as strength and conditioning coach. Miller, whose coaching experience at the NFL level spans three decades, was a member of the inaugural USA Strength and Conditioning Hall of Fame class.
Miller served as strength and conditioning coach for the Atlanta Falcons from 1997-2005, developing and implementing the team’s workout program. His 20 years of coaching in the professional ranks also includes time with the New York Giants (1993-96) and the Denver Broncos (1985-92). Miller’s strength and conditioning programs have been building blocks for the foundation of four Super Bowl teams during his time in the NFL.
Prior to joining the NFL, Miller served as strength and conditioning coach for the University of Alabama under legendary head coach Paul “Bear” Bryant (1982-85). He also worked in the same capacity at Northeast Louisiana (1981), and began his coaching career at Mississippi State (1980).
Miller was inducted into the Northeast Louisiana Hall of Fame in 1992, honoring his collegiate career as a wide receiver. He earned his master’s degree from Louisiana Tech in 1974.
Miller and his wife, Janis, have a son, Carey Brian, and a daughter, Lisa.