In this instructional coaching video, seasoned veteran John Levra uses knowledge of the game garnered through his many years of coaching experience to demonstrate how a defense that is on point can destroy the confidence of the opposing team's quarterback. Defensive Line Play is a straightforward, goal oriented resource for learning how to craft a relentless and intimidating defense.
Featuring four different coaching programs, this coaching course is an invaluable instructional tool for defensive line coaches.
Topics covered include:
Pass-Rush Fundamentals and Techniques
Pass-Rush Games and Stunts
Teaching Pass-Rush Fundamentals, Techniques, and Drills Without Equipment
Teaching Run Defense Fundamentals, Techniques, and Drills Without Equipment
Part 1: Pass Rush Fundamentals and Techniques
Part 2: Pass Rush Games & Stunts
Part 3: Teaching Pass Rush Fundamentals, Techniques & Drills Without Equipment
Part 4: Teaching Run Defense Fundamentals, Techniques, and Drills Without Equipment
Former defense line coach for the Buffalo Bills
John Levra retired from coaching after serving for 44 years in the profession. He finished his career as the defense line coach for the Buffalo Bills (five years). He served in the same position with the Minnesota Vikings for three years. For two years at the Denver Broncos, he was the offensive line coach. Prior to that experience, he coached the defensive line for the Chicago Bears for seven years. His first NFL position was as the running backs coach for the New Orleans Saints (five years). In 1980, he was the defensive line coach for the British Columbia Lions of the CFL. In his 15 years as a defensive line coach, his units averaged 46 sacks a season. John spent seven years as a high school coach in Kansas before his college coaching career began at New Mexico Highlands as an assistant in 1966. He then became the Cowboys’ head coach (1967–70) and posted the best coaching record (35-4-1) in school history. He was named the athletic director and head football coach at Stephen F. Austin University in 1971, where he established the second-best winning percentage in the school’s history. In 1974, he moved to the University of Kansas, where he served as the Jayhawk’s offensive coordinator for four seasons. He then accepted the same position at North Texas State for one season (1979). John is a graduate of Pittsburg (KS) State, where he earned All-Central Intercollegiate Conference honors as a guard/linebacker. John is widely respected as one of the most outstanding “teachers” in the coaching profession. He is a much sought-after clinic speaker and has produced three best-selling instructional videos: Pass Rush Fundamentals and Techniques, Pass Rush Games and Stunts, and Pass Rush Drills.
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