David joined the Bengals' coaching staff in 2008 to help coach the offensive line. A native of Holland, NY, he brings a wealth of football experience. As a player, he as a three-year starter at Div. I Maryland. A member of the Buffalo Bills practice squad in 1996, he went on to play nine seasons with the Hamilton Tiger Cats of the CFL, where he was a five-time league all-star and won the Grey Cup Championship in 1999. He has also coached two seasons at both St. Francis High School and Erie Community College and served as a guest coach with Hamilton and the Toronto Argonauts in the CFL. He is also the founder of "Be the Best" Football Camp LLC. He has a bachelor's degree from Maryland in kinesiology and a master's in education from D'Youville College. David and his wife Deborah reside in East Aurora with their two Bernese mountain dogs.
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