Bengals add three coaching interns through Bill Walsh Diversity Coaching Fellowship

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The Bengals have announced the addition of three coaching interns who will be joining the group as part of the Bill Walsh Diversity Coaching Fellowship.

The group includes former Jaguars wide receiver Mike Brown. Brown caught 39 passes for 534 yards and two touchdowns in 18 games for the Jags between 2012 and 2014. He coached at Michigan, Delaware and Liberty before going to the University of Cincinnati as wide receivers coach last year.

Both of the other interns also have ties to the University of Cincinnati. Kenny-Ray Augustus played defensive line for the school and is currently the defensive line coach/run game coordinator at McKendree University.

Mike Daniels was a wideout, running back and returner for the Bearcats. He’s currently the head coach of Cincinnati’s Princeton High School and worked at his alma mater, Alcorn State, Buffalo and Kennesaw State before taking his current job.

1 responses to “Bengals add three coaching interns through Bill Walsh Diversity Coaching Fellowship

  1. The late Bill Walsh began the first real program to promote racial diversity in the coaching ranks. College coaches were invited to 49er training camp to gain NFL level experience. His linebacker coach Dennis Green got his first head coaching position at Stanford. Walsh was the HC at Stanford before coming to the 49ers and stayed a member of the board of directors for decades after. A few years later it was Walsh, who by then had 2 SB rings, who recommended Green for HC of the Vikings. Dr Harry Edwards, who had been one of those who gave the black power salute at the Mexico olympics, was hired to be the 49er staff psychologist. Walsh was one of the good guys.

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