Darrin Simmons is an American football coach who plies his trade as an assistant head coach and special teams coordinator for the Cincinnati Bengals of the National Football League (NFL).

With over 19 years of experience, Simmon has been instrumental to the Bengals since 2003.

Over his Bengals profession, Simmons’ work with the extraordinary teams’ units has helped re-put down the group’s account book.

Simmons has directed P Kevin Huber to the best position in each profession drop-kicking classification, including endeavors (914), yards (41,362), gross normal (45.25), net normal (40.22), and inside-20s (315).

Under Simmons’ course, Huber has indented the best five seasons in group history for gross normal, net normal, and inside-20s.

In 2020, Huber appreciated one of his top factual seasons, posting professional highs in both gross (47.2) and net (42.8) normal.

Snapping to Huber for a greater part of his vocation has been another Simmons protégé, LS Clark Harris, who entering 2021 has 1699 profession snaps without an unplayable conveyance.

Simmons’ extraordinary groups’ units have additionally dominated in the bring game back.

Has Darrin Simmons ever Played In The NFL?

No, Darrin Simmons has never played in the National Football League (NFL). However, he played college football as a punter at Dodge City Community College from 1991 to 1992.

He was later transferred to Kansas (KU) where he played from 1993 to 1995, earning All-Big Eight honors his final year.


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