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Larry Peccatiello

Larry Peccatiello is a former American Football coach. He was an assistant coach with the Washington Redskins from 1981-93. For most of that time, he was defensive coordinator, either alone or sharing it with Richie Petitbon. He was Petitbon's defensive coordinator during his lone season as head coach in 1993.

After Petitbon was fired after the 1993 season, incoming coach Norv Turner jettisoned the remaining staff. From 1994-96, he was defensive coordinator for the Cincinnati Bengals under head coach Dave Shula. When Shula was fired following the 1996 season, incoming coach Bruce Coslet jettisoned the remaining staff.

From 1997-2001, he served in the same role for the Detroit Lions, after which he retired. He was first hired by Lions head coach Bobby Ross, and also served under Gary Moeller when Ross resigned during the 2000 season.[1][2][3]

Peccatiello earned 3 Super Bowl rings during his time with the Redskins.

Coaching Timeline


Sporting positions
Preceded by
Ron Lynn
Cincinnati Bengals Defensive Coordinator
Succeeded by
Dick LeBeau
Preceded by
Jim Eddy
Detroit Lions Defensive Coordinators
Succeeded by
Vince Tobin
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