Coach Bio

Terry Bradden
Defensive Assistant

Biography

Terry Bradden enters his first season as a defensive assistant with the Kansas City Chiefs in 2017. Prior to joining the Chiefs, Bradden served as a quarterback graduate assistant at Bethune Cookman University for the 2016 season. He was named to the first American Football Coaches Association top 30 under 30 class that year.

Prior to his time in Daytona Beach, Bradden spent the 2014 season at Florida Atlantic University as the quality control special teams coach before returning to his alma mater, Inlet Grove High School as the head football coach and athletic director for the 2015 season. He claimed the title of the youngest head football coach and athletic director in the state of Florida at the age of 24. Bradden played two seasons at Inlet Grove, leading the Hurricanes to consecutive Class 2A regional semifinal berths as a junior and senior (2008-09). 

The Riviera Beach, Florida, native played quarterback for two seasons at Howard University (2009-11) in Washington, D.C., before transferring to Tuskegee University (2011-14), where he graduated with a degree in social work. 

Education: Tuskegee University (B.S. 2014) Born: Riviera Beach, Fla. Family: Son - Christopher.

Terry Bradden enters his first season as a defensive assistant with the Kansas City Chiefs in 2017. Prior to joining the Chiefs, Bradden served as a quarterback graduate assistant at Bethune Cookman University for the 2016 season. He was named to the first American Football Coaches Association top 30 under 30 class that year.

Prior to his time in Daytona Beach, Bradden spent the 2014 season at Florida Atlantic University as the quality control special teams coach before returning to his alma mater, Inlet Grove High School as the head football coach and athletic director for the 2015 season. He claimed the title of the youngest head football coach and athletic director in the state of Florida at the age of 24. Bradden played two seasons at Inlet Grove, leading the Hurricanes to consecutive Class 2A regional semifinal berths as a junior and senior (2008-09). 

The Riviera Beach, Florida, native played quarterback for two seasons at Howard University (2009-11) in Washington, D.C., before transferring to Tuskegee University (2011-14), where he graduated with a degree in social work. 

Education: Tuskegee University (B.S. 2014) Born: Riviera Beach, Fla. Family: Son - Christopher.