The New England Patriots promoted Harold Nash to Head Strength and Conditioning Coach. Nash was the Patriots' assistant strength and conditioning coach for the past six seasons. Strength Performance Network came across the following report from BostonHerald.com:
Nash was promoted to head strength and conditioning coach, taking over for Mike Woicik, who was hired last week by the Dallas Cowboys to do the same job.
Nash is well-liked by the players. After receiving top honors for the teams financial education program for three of the last four years, Nash and the Patriots player development program were awarded the 2009-10 Outstanding Overall Player Development Award.
Prior to joining the Patriots, Nash played 11 years in the Canadian Football League as a defensive back.