Ken Whisenhunt

Ken Whisenhunt

About Ken Whisenhunt

Kenneth Moore 'Ken' Whisenhunt (born February 28, 1962) is the current head coach of the Arizona Cardinals NFL football team, leading them to the first Super Bowl in franchise history during the 2008 season. Previously, he was known for his well engineered offensive plays, including the success he had with the Pittsburgh Steelers in his 3 years as their offensive coordinator under Bill Cowher and winning Super Bowl XL during the 2005 season. After attending the Academy of Richmond County in Augusta, Georgia for high school, Whisenhunt played college football at Georgia Tech (198084) where he graduated with a degree in Civil Engineering. During his senior season, he was an honorable mention All-American. He finished first team all-ACC during his final two college seasons. His career as a player included 4 years (1985-88) as a tight end with the Atlanta Falcons, who drafted him in the twelfth round, and then spells with the Washington Redskins and New York Jets.

Contributions by Jwalte04, Phbasketball6, and 70.190.38.94.