Jeremy Springer returns for his second season on the Rams' staff after joining in 2022. Jeremy Springer joined the Rams after spending the last four seasons as a special teams coordinator at the college level, most recently at Marshall in 2021 after overseeing Arizona's specialists from 2018-20.
At Marshall, Springer oversaw a special teams unit that ranked seventh in Conference USA in total kickoff return yards with 421 and also tied with Old Dominion for the most kickoff returns for touchdowns (2), including a long of 99.
The Thundering Herd's 38.1 yards per kickoff return ranked fourth in the conference in 2018.
He joined the Marshall coaching staff after serving as a special teams quality control coach on Kevin Sumlin's staff at Texas A&M.
While at Texas A&M, Springer worked directly with special
Prior to his three-year stint at Texas A&M, Springer was a graduate assistant at his alma mater, UTEP from 2015-17.
He began his professional career at UTEP in 2011 as an assistant in football operations. In the role, he assisted and analyzed monthly budgets relating to the finances of UTEP Football. Additionally, Springer assisted with charter planes, summer camps, hotels, training camp, and administrative duties dealing with the UTEP Football team's day by day operations.
In March of 2013, Springer became a graduate assistant coach where he worked with UTEP's defensive line and special teams. He helped coach the Miners to their 14th bowl game in program history when they appeared in the 2014 New Mexico Bowl. In addition to his coaching duties, he managed on-campus recruiting throughout the year and was a primary in-house recruiter for Georgia and Florida.
Springer played collegiately at UTEP from 2007-11, where he was a standout linebacker. He also played special teams for Banks, who was the coordinator for the Miners. In 33 games, he
teams coordinator Jeff Banks, and assisted with the tight ends. He was also responsible for organizing recruiting efforts in south and west Texas.
Under Banks and Springer, the Aggies' special teams unit was one of the nation's leaders. In 2017, Texas A&M led the nation in blocked kicks and blocked punts. The Aggies also finished second in the nation in punt returns and third in net punting.
In 2016 and 2015, the Aggies' special teams led the nation in punt returns and allowed zero blocked kicks. 2015.
compiled 161 tackles, 10.0 tackles for loss and one interception. He was the recipient of a Conference USA Academic Medal (minimum 3.75 GPA) as a freshman and a four-time member of the Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll.
A native of Los Fresnos, Texas, Springer has a twin brother, Justin, who played football at Kansas.