Bengals, Jaguars to Coach Senior Bowl

Cincinnati Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis and his staff will coach the North team in the Under Armor Senior Bowl on January 24.

Jacksonville head coach Jack Del Rio and his staff will helm the South team.

This marks the third time Lewis has coached in the Senior Bowl. Last time around, in 2004, his North team lost 28-10. The job gives Lewis and the rest of the Bengals’ coaches a chance to get up close and personal with some prospective draft picks. Bengals punter Kyle Larson was signed after playing for the ’04 North squad. And two players from the ’04 South team, CB Keiwan Ratliff (now with the Colts) and S Madieu Williams (now a Viking) were drafted by Cincinnati in the second round of the 2004 draft.

Topics: Cincinnati Bengals, Jack Del Rio, Jacksonville Jaguars, Marvin Lewis, Senior Bowl

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  • http://PewterPlank Dustin Staggers

    Great way to prep up some young men to play in the NFL…give them two crappy coaches to coach their Senior Bowl teams!!!!

  • http://stripehype.com/ David

    Eh, it’s what they do every year: the two worst teams get to coach the senior bowl. As for Lewis and Del Rio, I don’t think either is a bad coach, but both are hampered by poor management, and foolish personnel decisions.