CHARLOTTE, N.C. (Mark Price/Charlotte Observer) - An offensive line coach who worked with the Carolina Panthers during their first decade as a team has died, according to a message posted on the team’s web site.
Mike Maser coached the team’s offensive line from 2003 to 2006, “a time in which the franchise made its first Super Bowl appearance (2003) and advanced to another NFC Championship game (2005),” said a Carolina Panther’s release.
After leaving the Panthers in 2006, he was hired to be offensive line coach by the Miami Dolphins for their 2008 season, said the site.
“Maser’s longest coaching tenure was with Boston College, where he worked with the O-line from 1981-93,” said Panthers.com. “Maser played guard at the University of Buffalo and he earned his Master’s degree in physical education from Marshall before getting into coaching.”