Wayne Nunnely (born March 29, 1952 in Los Angeles) is an American football defensive line coach for the National Football League's Denver Broncos.[not verified in body] Nunnely was the head coach of the UNLV Rebels football team from 1986-1989. Contents 1 Coaching career 2 College career 3 High school career 4 References 5 External links Coaching career Prior to coaching the Broncos, Nunnely has coached since 1975 at UNLV, Cal Poly Pomona, CSUF, University of the Pacific, USC, UCLA, New Orleans Saints and the San Diego Chargers. On April 23, 1986, Nunnely was named interim head coach UNLV Rebels after the previous coach, Harvey Hyde, had been dismissed due to disciplinary issues surrounding his players; Nunnely had been an assistant coach on Hyde's staff. 1976 UNLV (GA) 1979 University of California-State Fullerton (DL) 1980-1981 University of Pacific (RB) 1982-1985 UNLV (RB) 1986-1989 UNLV (HC) 1991-1992 USC (RB) 1993-1994 UCLA (DL) 1995-1996 New Orleans Saints (DL) 1997-2008 San Diego Chargers (DL) 2009-2010 Denver Broncos (DL) College career Nunnely played college football at UNLV where he was a fullback. High school career Nunnely played high school football at Monrovia High School in Monrovia, California. References ↑ SPORTS PEOPLE; Las Vegas Coach Out, The New York Times, April 24, 1986, Accessed November 3, 2008. External links Denver Broncos bio v · d · eUNLV Rebels head football coaches Bill Ireland (1968–1972) Ron Meyer (1973–1975) Tony Knap (1976–1981) Harvey Hyde (1982–1985) Wayne Nunnely (1986–1989) Jim Strong (1990–1993) Jeff Horton (1994–1998) John Robinson (1999–2004) Mike Sanford (2005–2009) Bobby Hauck (2010– ) v · d · eCurrent defensive line coaches of the National Football League American Football Conference AFC EastAFC NorthAFC SouthAFC West Anthony Weaver (Buffalo Bills) Kacy Rodgers (Miami Dolphins) Patrick Graham (New England Patriots) Karl Dunbar (New York Jets) Clarence Brooks (Baltimore Ravens) Jay Hayes (Cincinnati Bengals) Joe Cullen (Cleveland Browns) John Mitchell (Pittsburgh Steelers) Bill Kollar (Houston Texans) Gary Emanuel (Indianapolis Colts) Todd Wash (Jacksonville Jaguars) Tracy Rocker (Tennessee Titans) Jay Rodgers (Denver Broncos) Tommy Brasher (Kansas City Chiefs) Terrell Williams (Oakland Raiders) Don Johnson (San Diego Chargers) National Football Conference NFC EastNFC NorthNFC SouthNFC West Rod Marinelli (Dallas Cowboys) Robert Nunn (New York Giants) Jerry Azzinaro (Philadelphia Eagles) Jacob Burney (Washington Redskins) Mike Phair (Chicago Bears) Kris Kocurek (Detroit Lions) Mike Trgovac (Green Bay Packers) Brendan Daly (Minnesota Vikings) Ray Hamilton (Atlanta Falcons) Eric Washington (Carolina Panthers) Bill Johnson (New Orleans Saints) Randy Melvin (Tampa Bay Buccaneers) Brentson Buckner (Arizona Cardinals) Mike Waufle (St. Louis Rams) Jim Tomsula (San Francisco 49ers) Travis Jones (Seattle Seahawks) Persondata Name Nunnely, Wayne Alternative names Short description American football coaches Date of birth March 29, 1952 Place of birth Date of death Place of death This biographical article relating to an American football coach is a stub. You can help The American Football Database by expanding it.v · d · e 20px This biographical article relating to a college football coach first appointed in the 1970s is a stub. You can help The American Football Database by expanding it.v · d · e Retrieved from "https://americanfootballdatabase.fandom.com/wiki/Wayne_Nunnely?oldid=165521" Categories: All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from September 2012 Articles with unsourced statements from December 2011 1952 births Living people American football fullbacks Denver Broncos coaches High school football coaches in the United States New Orleans Saints coaches Pacific Tigers football coaches People from Los Angeles, California San Diego Chargers coaches UCLA Bruins football coaches UNLV Rebels football coaches UNLV Rebels football players USC Trojans football coaches American football coach stubs College football coaches first appointed in the 1970s stubs Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.