Mike Sherman began his coaching career at high school in Connecticut
From 1989–93, Mike Sherman coached the Texas A&M offensive line. In 1994, he left Texas A&M to coach the UCLA offensive line. Coach Sherman later returned to Texas A&M 1995–96 seasons. In 1996 he resigned to start his professional coaching career as the assistant offensive line and tight ends coach for the Green Bay Packers
In 2000, Mike became the head coach of the Green Bay Packers. He led the Packers to five consecutive winning seasons from 2000–04. From 2002–2004, he led the Packers to three consecutive NFC North Division titles. From 2000–04, he compiled a 53–27 record. Sherman succeeded Ron Wolf as General Manager of the Packers in 2001, taking on the dual role of Head Coach and General Manager.
The Houston Texans hired Mike as the assistant head coach 2006, he returned to Texas A&M to be their head coach until 2011.
Tag(s): Hall of Fame