Rogers was the offensive coordinator at Boston College for one season before taking a leave of absence for health reasons in September.
Before that, the Brooklyn native spent five seasons as the Minnesota Vikings quarterbacks coach. While there, Rogers worked with Brett Favre and Tavaris Jackson.
He also served as the quarterbacks coach at Virginia Tech, Notre Dame, Syracuse and Navy. Rogers coached other positions at Ohio State and William and Mary.
Day is making a return trip to North Broad Street. He served as Temple's wideouts coach for one season under former head coach Al Golden before taking the same position at Boston College.
Scot Loeffler resigned as Temple's offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach last month to become Auburn's offensive coordinator.
Zach Smith resigned as the Owls wideouts coach in December to take the same position at Ohio State.
Last season, under first-year head coach Steve Addazio, Temple finished with a 9-4 record. The Mid-American Conference's East Division runner-up finished the season with a 37-15 victory over Wyoming in the New Mexico Bowl.
Combine news. Former Temple standouts Bernard Pierce, Evan Rodriguez and Tahir Whitehead will participate in the NFL scouting combine in Indianapolis from Feb. 22 to 28.
Rodriguez and Whitehead were seniors this past season. Pierce, a 6-foot, 218-pound tailback, applied for the draft following his junior season. The three-year starter ranks second on Temple's all-time rushing list with 3,570 yards. His 54 touchdowns, 53 of them on the ground, and 324 points scored are career records at Temple.
Pierce rushed for 1,481 yards this season and set a single-season school record with 27 touchdowns.
Rodriguez, a 6-2, 242-pound tight end, had a team-leading 35 receptions for 479 yards and two scores. Whitehead, a 6-2, 228-pound outside linebacker, had 70 tackles and five sacks.
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