Despite only being 37 years old, Shoop has nearly a decade of NFL experience, as a quarterbacks coach (Carolina, Chicago, Tampa Bay, Oakland) and offensive coordinator (Chicago, Oakland) -- both roles he'll have on North Carolina's staff.
His biggest success was with the Chicago Bears, where he ran the offense for a 13-3 NFC Central Division title-winning team and coached Pro Bowl wide receiver Marty Booker and Offensive Rookie of the Year Anthony Thomas. He was also a staff member on the 1996 Carolina Panthers team that reached the NFC Championship Game.
John Shoop Bio
2006 - Tight Ends Coach/Offensive Coordinator, Oakland Raiders
2005 - Quarterbacks Coach, Oakland Raiders
2004 - Quarterbacks Coach, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
2001-03 - Offensive Coordinator, Chicago Bears
1999-00 - Quarterbacks Coach, Chicago Bears
1997-98 - Quarterbacks Coach, Carolina Panthers
1995-96 - Offensive Quality Control Assistant, Carolina Panthers
1992-94 - Graduate Assistant, Vanderbilt
1991 - Quarterbacks Coach, Dartmouth
College: University of the South, Quarterback