Dick Coury was the head coach of the Breakers throughout the team's existence.
Also holding the title of the team's General Manager, Coury came to the USFL from the NFL's Philadelphia Eagles, where he'd been an assistant coach under Dick Vermeil.
Coury was part of the coaching staff that led the Eagles to an NFC Championship in the 1980 season, and an appearance in Super Bowl XV.
Among Coury's assistant coaches were Doug Kay, who would go on to be a successful head coach in the Arena Football League, as well as his son Steve, who coached Wide Receivers throughout the team's three year run.
Despite Coury's 25-29-0 head coaching record with the Breakers, he ranks fifth among USFL head coaches all-time in victories.
The Breakers, along with the Washington Federals, were the only charter franchises of the USFL to have never reached the league's playoffs.

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