Al Miller

Al Miller is one of the most decorated strength and conditioning coaches in NFL history with a career that spanned more than four decades and left a lasting impact at every level of the profession. His contributions and vision advanced the field of strength and conditioning and positively impacted the development of thousands of young athletes.

After a 15-year stretch at the collegiate level, he made the jump to the NFL coaching ranks under Head Coach Dan Reeves with the Denver Broncos. For the next 19 years, the two men worked side by side in Denver, New York and Atlanta developing athletes such as John Elway, Phil Simms and Michael Vick and would ultimately appear in five Conference Championships and four Super Bowls.

In addition to his multiple championship appearances over a 25-year NFL career, he also coached two Pro Bowl teams and received numerous awards, including the NFL President’s Award, the NFL Strength Coaches Emrich-Riecke-Jones Award, the NFL Strength Coach of the Year Award and the NFL Strength Coaches Lifetime Achievement Award.