TOO SMALL, TOO SLOW

The Stump Mitchell Story

WINNING COACH

16 Seasons, 13 Playoffs, one Super Bowl

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TOO SMALL, TOO SLOW

The Stump Mitchell Story

WINNING COACH

16 Seasons, 13 Playoffs, one Super Bowl

NY JETS SCHEDULE

Watch The Team Play

Best Running Backs In The League

Stump has sent five different running backs from three different teams to the NFL Pro Bowl.

Shaun Alexander

Hall of Fame candidate Shaun Alexander played his entire career under Stump. He made the Pro Bowl in 2003, 2004 and 2005. In 2005 he was named NFL MVP.

 

Mack Strong

Undrafted out of college, Strong became a Pro Bowler twice, in 2005 and 2006. He was considered one of the best blocking full backs in the league under Stump.

 

Clinton Portis

Ultra-talented Clinton Portis’s production was on the downslide when Stump came to Washington. Under Stump, Portis ran for more than 1,200 and then 1,400 yards respectively, and made the Pro Bowl for the second and final time.

 

Mike Sellers

A 12-year yeoman running back, Mike Sellers, who spent time in the CLF and NFL had his one and only pro bowl season in 2006 under Stump. One of only two seasons Stump was his coach.

 

David Johnson

David Johnson became known as one the rising stars in the NFL after just two seasons in the NFL, both under Stump. In his second year, 2016, Johnson ran for 1,239 yards, caught for 879 yards and had 20 touchdowns. He was also named a first-team pro bowler.

 

Career-Years For Twelve Players

Stump Mitchell gets the most out of the players he coaches and the teams he has lead by setting clear expectations in a powerful, soft-spoken manner.

’99

Reggie Brown

Seattle

’00

Charlie Rogers

Seattle

’03

Mack Strong

Seattle

’04

Kerry Carter

Seattle

’05

Shaun Alexander

Seattle

’07

Maurice Morris

Seattle

’09

Quinton Ganther

Washington

’14

Andre Ellington

Arizona

’14

Robert Hughes

Arizona

’14

Stepfan Taylor

Arizona

’16

David Johnson

Arizona

’17

Bilal Powell

Jets