Coaches & Assistants

Brock Olivo
Assistant Special Teams

Biography

Brock Olivo comes to the Bears after serving as the special teams coordinator with the Denver Broncos during the 2017 season. Prior to that, Olivo worked alongside Bears head coach Matt Nagy in Kansas City from 2014-16 as the Chiefs assistant special teams coach.
 
Prior to arriving in Kansas City, Olivo spent two seasons (2012-13) as an assistant coach at Coastal Carolina where he coached running backs and assisted on special teams. Under Olivo’s tutelage at Coastal Carolina the Chanticleers averaged 199.2 rushing yards per game, ranking 25th in the Football Championship Subdivision in 2012. In 2013 Coastal Carolina ranked eighth among FCS teams, averaging 252.1 rushing yards per game.
 
Before arriving at Coastal Carolina, Olivo spent the 2011 season as running backs coach for the Omaha Nighthawks of the United Football League (UFL). Prior to that, Olivo served as head coach and offensive coordinator of the Italian National Football Team. He was also the head coach, offensive coordinator and special teams coordinator of the S.S. Lazio Marines, a Serie A1 team which competes in Italy’s IFL, the country’s highest level of American football.
 
Olivo spent four seasons as a player with the Detroit Lions from 1998-2001, serving as a running back and special teams player where he twice led the team in special teams tackles.
 
A 2000 graduate of the University of Missouri, Olivo set the then-school career record for rushing yards with 3,026 from 1994-97 and led the team in scoring in three straight seasons from 1994-96. Olivo was also the nation’s first recipient of the Mosi Tatupu Award, an honor bestowed on college football’s top special teams player. He became just the seventh player in Missouri football history to have his number (27) retired.
Brock Olivo comes to the Bears after serving as the special teams coordinator with the Denver Broncos during the 2017 season. Prior to that, Olivo worked alongside Bears head coach Matt Nagy in Kansas City from 2014-16 as the Chiefs assistant special teams coach.
 
Prior to arriving in Kansas City, Olivo spent two seasons (2012-13) as an assistant coach at Coastal Carolina where he coached running backs and assisted on special teams. Under Olivo’s tutelage at Coastal Carolina the Chanticleers averaged 199.2 rushing yards per game, ranking 25th in the Football Championship Subdivision in 2012. In 2013 Coastal Carolina ranked eighth among FCS teams, averaging 252.1 rushing yards per game.
 
Before arriving at Coastal Carolina, Olivo spent the 2011 season as running backs coach for the Omaha Nighthawks of the United Football League (UFL). Prior to that, Olivo served as head coach and offensive coordinator of the Italian National Football Team. He was also the head coach, offensive coordinator and special teams coordinator of the S.S. Lazio Marines, a Serie A1 team which competes in Italy’s IFL, the country’s highest level of American football.
 
Olivo spent four seasons as a player with the Detroit Lions from 1998-2001, serving as a running back and special teams player where he twice led the team in special teams tackles.
 
A 2000 graduate of the University of Missouri, Olivo set the then-school career record for rushing yards with 3,026 from 1994-97 and led the team in scoring in three straight seasons from 1994-96. Olivo was also the nation’s first recipient of the Mosi Tatupu Award, an honor bestowed on college football’s top special teams player. He became just the seventh player in Missouri football history to have his number (27) retired.
 

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