|Position:||Offensive line coach|
|Born:||Template:February 10, 1962 (Age:57)|
New York, New York
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|Postseason:||Bowl games: 0–1 (.000)|
Stoutland was a four-year letterman and three-year starter at inside linebacker for head coach Kevin Gilbride at Southern Connecticut State, where he earned Little All-America honors as a senior while acting as team captain. He graduated in 1984 with a bachelor’s degree in physical education.
Stoutland begin his coaching career at his alma mater, Southern Connecticut State, and coached inside linebackers for two seasons. He then served as a graduate assistant for Dick MacPherson for two years at Syracuse. He then returned to Southern Connecticut where he served as offensive coordinator until 1992. Stoutland then coached the offensive line at Cornell and Syracuse, before moving to Michigan State from 2000 until 2006. During his tenure at Michigan State, Stoutland helped develop six All-Big Ten selections, and led the Big Ten in fewest sacks allowed.
Stoutland spent the four seasons at Miami as the offensive line coach. In 2010, the Hurricanes led the ACC in total offense and were third in rushing. On November 28, 2010, after Miami's head coach Randy Shannon was fired, Stoutland was named interim head coach for the team's bowl game. Miami lost 33-17 to Notre Dame in Stoutland's only game as coach.
On January 14, 2011, Stoutland was named Alabama's offensive line coach, after Joe Pendry retired. During his brief tenure as OL coach at Alabama, the Crimson Tide won consecutive BCS national championships over the LSU Tigers (2011) and Notre Dame Fighting Irish (2012) respectively.
Stoutland was hired by the Philadelphia Eagles to coach their offensive line on February 7, 2013. Stoutland won his first Super Bowl ring when the Eagles defeated the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII.