Name Dean Cokinos
Regular season: 71–64-1
Role American football player
Positions Head coach
Career record: 78–67-1
|College University of Massachusetts Boston|
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Dean Cokinos is an American football coach who is the head coach of the Washington Valor of the Arena Football League (AFL).
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Cokinos attended University of Massachusetts Boston, where he was a running back for the Beacons. He was a college teammate of Pat Sperduto, whom he later served under in Nashville.
Cokinos spent seven years as a head coach for two teams in the German Football League. He was an assistant coach for the Nashville Kats from 2005 to 2007. While with the Cats, he was also tasked with evaluating professional arena/indoor football players for the Tennessee Titans, who owned the Kats. Cokinos was later head coach of the Alabama Vipers, Georgia Force and New Orleans VooDoo, helping the Force reach the playoffs in 2011 and 2012. He coached the Tennessee Valley Vipers to a 56 to 55 overtime victory against the Spokane Shock in ArenaCup IX. Cokinos served as head coach of the Alabama Hammers of the Professional Indoor Football League from 2013 to 2014, winning the PIFL Championship in 2013 and being named Coach of the Year. He was named assistant head coach and defensive coordinator of the Tampa Bay Storm on October 26, 2015. On May 5, 2016, Cokinos was named the inaugural head coach for the Washington Arena Football League Team, which was later named the Washington Valor.