The Arizona Cardinals announced that they have added Jordan Hogan as the 2020 Bill Bidwill Coaching Fellowship program.
From the team:
Hogan will assist with Cardinals quarterbacks. He succeeds Don Shumpert who spent last season with the team as part of the Bidwill Coaching Fellowship and was promoted to an offensive assistant in February.
Hogan comes the Cardinals from Cornell University where he spent the past three seasons (2017-19) as the team’s wide receivers coach. A three-time participant of the NFL’s Bill Walsh Diversity Coaching Fellowship (Baltimore-2019, Indianapolis-2017 & Buffalo-2016), Hogan played wide receiver collegiately at SUNY Brockport. He finished fifth in school history in career receiving yards (1,546) and eighth in receptions (108) as a three-year starter. Following his playing days, Hogan worked as an assistant coach at Buffalo State (2013-16) and at Stonehill College (2017) prior to joining Cornell.
The Cardinals established the coaching fellowship in 2015 and the team describes the fellowship this way:
The Cardinals established the Bill Bidwill Coaching Fellowship prior to the 2015 season. It was designed to increase diversity and provide more opportunities to gain coaching experience at the highest level. Hogan is the program’s fourth participant and follows Levon Kirkland (2015-16), Terry Allen (2017-18) and Don Shumpert (2019).
Congratulations to Hogan and welcome to the desert.