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Pat Perles
Player Personnel Scout
Pat Perles enters his third season with Tampa Bay in 2016, working as a player personnel scout.

In his current capacity, Perles scouts select prospects across the United States.

Perles spent the 2013 season as the offensive line coach at Syracuse University. Prior to his time with the Orange, he spent three seasons working with the Kansas City Chiefs, as defensive quality control/assistant linebackers coach (2009) and assistant offensive line coach (2010-11).

Before joining the Chiefs, Perles spent nine seasons in the collegiate ranks, working for North Dakota State (2003-08) and Michigan State (2000-02), his alma mater. Perles worked in the Canadian Football League for six seasons, coaching the offensive line for three teams: the Saskatchewan Roughriders (1994-96), the Winnipeg Blue Bombers (1997) and the Hamilton Tiger-Cats (1998-99), winning a Grey Cup title in his final year with Hamilton.

Perles began his coaching career at the University of Toledo, where he tutored the defensive line for three seasons (1989-91), before joining the Los Angeles Rams as a defensive assistant for two years (1992-93).

A Detroit native, Perles is the son of George Perles, who served 12 seasons as the head coach at Michigan State (1983-94). Pat played for his father from 1983-86. He and his wife, Karen, have three children: Hannah, Joseph and Julia.
Pat Perles enters his third season with Tampa Bay in 2016, working as a player personnel scout.

In his current capacity, Perles scouts select prospects across the United States.

Perles spent the 2013 season as the offensive line coach at Syracuse University. Prior to his time with the Orange, he spent three seasons working with the Kansas City Chiefs, as defensive quality control/assistant linebackers coach (2009) and assistant offensive line coach (2010-11).

Before joining the Chiefs, Perles spent nine seasons in the collegiate ranks, working for North Dakota State (2003-08) and Michigan State (2000-02), his alma mater. Perles worked in the Canadian Football League for six seasons, coaching the offensive line for three teams: the Saskatchewan Roughriders (1994-96), the Winnipeg Blue Bombers (1997) and the Hamilton Tiger-Cats (1998-99), winning a Grey Cup title in his final year with Hamilton.

Perles began his coaching career at the University of Toledo, where he tutored the defensive line for three seasons (1989-91), before joining the Los Angeles Rams as a defensive assistant for two years (1992-93).

A Detroit native, Perles is the son of George Perles, who served 12 seasons as the head coach at Michigan State (1983-94). Pat played for his father from 1983-86. He and his wife, Karen, have three children: Hannah, Joseph and Julia.