New York Giants, NFL
- 2x Super Bowl Champ as a Giants coach (2008, 2012)
- Led Giants to a franchise-record 6,161 yards gained 2011
- Served as Jacksonville Jaguars' first Offensive Coordinator in history
- 35-14-2 overall record at Southern Connecticut State University
- Houston Oilers finished in the top 5 in scoring each year with Gilbride as offensive coordinator
Kevin is currently the offensive coordinator for the New York Giants, with whom he has earned two Super Bowl rings. Since 1990, Kevin has served as an assistant with a number of NFL franchises, working as quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator. Those franchises include the Houston Oilers (1990–1994), Jacksonville Jaguars (1995–1996), Pittsburgh Steelers (1999–2000), Buffalo Bills (2002–2003), and currently is the offensive coordinator with the New York Giants. From 1985 to 1986 he served as an assistant with the Ottawa Rough Riders of the Canadian Football League. During the 1992-93 NFL season, Kevin was hospitalized with a rare form of kidney cancer, at which point injured quarterback Warren Moon, along with wide receivers coach Chris Palmer, stepped in as acting offensive coordinator. During his time with the Oilers, Kevin ran a variation of the Run & Shoot offense. The team finished in the top 5 in scoring each year with Kevin as offensive coordinator. He had previously worked on a Tom Coughlin staff before, serving as the first offensive coordinator in team history for the Jacksonville Jaguars in 1995 and 1996. In over three decades as a coach, Kevin held many roles and coached many players, including serving as the Giants quarterback coach for both Kurt Warner and Eli Manning in the mid-2000's. Before a career in the NFL, Kevin went to Southern Connecticut State University, where he played both quarterback and tight end. He would later coach at his alma mater for five seasons starting in 1980 and compiled a 35-14-2 overall record.