By Coach Andy Mac
The Cincinnati Bengals coaching staff is welcoming five coaches to work with the team as interns as part of this year’s Bill Walsh NFL Minority Coaching Fellowship program.
All five will be working with the team virtually.
The coaching interns are:
• Steve Huanga, offensive quality control coach at the University of North Texas. As a player, Huanga played offensive line at College of the Canyons and Arkansas State University.
He began his coaching career as a strength and conditioning intern at the University of California-Berkeley and Boise State University, and was the defensive line coach at Kuna High School in Idaho. He then served as a graduate assistant at both Auburn and Tulsa, before joining North Texas in 2020.
“The Bill Walsh Fellowship is valuable program for the Bengals, the NFL and the game of football,” said Bengals head coach Zac Taylor. “The candidates are participating virtually again this year, but they will still be able to work on the technical end of coaching, gain important exposure and grow their network of contacts. And from the team’s end, this program always helps our players and coaches build valuable relationships with talented young people in our profession.”
read more: https://highlandcountypress.com/Content/Sports/Sports/Article/Bengals-working-with-5-coaches-in-NFL-s-NFL-Minority-Fellowship-program/3/21/69401
Usually, controversies involving Antonio Brown arise from his own behavior. The latest issue regarding Brown flows from something other than anything he’s done.
Three weeks after Brown agreed to terms on a return to the Buccaneers, Brown still isn’t part of the roster. Coach Bruce Arians disclosed that Brown had knee surgery on Tuesday, and that he has yet to pass a physical.
Until Brown passes a physical, he won’t be on the team. It’s hard not to be curious about the timing of the news of Brown’s agreement to return to the Bucs — one day before the 2021 draft began — and the fact that the Bucs traded up in round four to get North Texas receiver Jaelon Darden. A cynic would say that the Bucs struck the deal with Brown the day before the draft so that other teams wouldn’t think they’d be looking to draft another receiver. The fact that they gave up a sixth-round pick to move up to get Darden shows that they definitely were targeting the position.
read more: https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2021/05/19/antonio-brown-situation-raises-several-questions/
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