Ryan Feder arrived in Dallas in 2020 as one of the club’s quality control/analysts, concentrating on defense. It is a similar role Feder had under Mike McCarthy in Green Bay from 2015-18. Feder’s responsibilities include assisting the head coach with game management decisions, and helping the defensive staff identify league, opponent and self-scout tendencies. After departing Green Bay in 2018, Feder spent 2019 as a graduate assistant at Nebraska assisting with the defensive backs while also pursuing a master’s degree in business administration. After earning his bachelor’s degree in management and marketing from Florida State, Feder earned a law degree with a specialization in sports law from Tulane. While at Tulane Law School, Feder worked for two seasons as an analyst for Pro Football Focus, collecting and analyzing player participation data for NFL and NCAA teams and generating advanced scouting reports to target team trends and inefficiencies. Feder also spent one year as an intern at Pro Sports Inc., assisting with 2014 NFL Draft preparation, including analyzing positional player contract structures and trends and researching and analyzing undrafted free agent signings and contract trends. During those three years, he also was a writer for OverTheCap.com, a website which analyzes the NFL salary cap.
FEDER’S COACHING HISTORY 2015-18 ..... Green Bay Packers, QC/Analytics 2019..........Nebraska, GA/DB 2020..........Dallas Cowboys, QC/Analytics Ryan Feder – Born Oct. 4, 1989, Miami, Fla.
College Coach: Nebraska 2019.
Pro Coach: Green Bay Packers 2015-18, Dallas Cowboys 2020.