David Alexander Head CoachAlexander, a 41 year-old native of Broken Arrow, Okla., joins the Talons for his second season as Head Coach.Prior to becoming a Head Coach, Alexander was the Talons' General Manager and spent ten years in the National Football League (NFL).Alexander
was drafted as a center in the fifth round of the NFL draft.In the NFL (1987-1996), Alexander spent his first eight years with the Philadelphia Eagles and his last two years with the New York Jets.Alexander
started 108 consecutive games and never missed one NFL game.He
was honored as New York Times All-Pro in 1991.In his
NFL career, Alexander
was one of few players who had played all five offensive line positions. A graduate of Broken Arrow High School in Broken Arrow, Okla., Alexander played college football at the University of Tulsa (Tulsa, Okla.). Alexander graduated from TU with a degree in business and was awarded All-Conference in football for two years.Alexander
now resides in Tulsa with his
wife, Kathy, and three children (Jake, 14, Kyle, 11 and Cassity, 8).As a coach, Alexander has coached eighth grade Jenks football and one year at Broken Arrow High School.Currently, Alexander serves on the board of National Youth Football and is active in several local youth football teams.
Along with coaching, Alexander
has run his
own construction company, Eagles Custom Homes, for the past six years.