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Mike Devlin is the honoree for Mt. Holly Pro Day 2009. Born November 16, 1969, Devlin was a letterman and earned All-America honors at Cherokee High School in Marlton, NJ. His outstanding football skills brought him to the attention of the University of Iowa where he played as an interior lineman for the Hawkeyes throughout his collegiate career.
Part of the 1995 NFL draft, Mike was a fifth-round selection of the Buffalo Bills. He stayed with the Bills through the 1995 season.
In 1996, Devlin signed with the Arizona Cardinals. During his time there, he was part of the starting line-up at center position. He retired in 1999, playing his final season with the Cardinals.
In all, Devlin played 58 career games (over the span of seven years) in the National Football League, including an appearance at the Super Bowl.
Mike began his coaching career as an assistant offensive line coach for the Cardinals in 2000—first as an offensive quality control coach, then as assistant offensive line coach. The following year, he became a quality control coach for the offensive component of the team, before becoming an assistant offensive lineman coach. He also was a coach for a Mid-America Conference team, the Toledo Rockets, during the 2004-2005 seasons.
In 2006, Devlin became an assistant coach with the New York Jets and is with their staff today.
We salute Mike for his continued involvement both on and off the field and are proud to have him as the Mt. Holly Pro Day 2009 Honoree.
2015, Bill Gordon Mt. Holly Pro Day