Kevin Carberry is a former American football player who is now a coach in the same sport. He was born on May 19 1983 in Oak Lawn, Illinois. He had his High school education at St Rita and his college education in Ohio.
While at Ohio, he played some college football before going professional.
His first professional team was Cleveland Brown’s in 2005. He subsequently went on to play for Detroit Lions, Berlin Thunder, Carolina Panthers, New York Dragons, and finally Philadelphia Soul in 2008.
He was a part of the soul team that won the ArenaBowl XXII in 2008 after which his playing career ended.
After just 4 years of playing professionally not only in America but in NFL Europe as well, he stopped playing and went straight into coaching which he had started at some point in 2007 though he was still playing.
Kevin Carberry Career History As A Coach
Kevin Carberry started coaching at the college level in 2007 when he was still playing. His first coaching job was as defensive coordinator and special teams coach at St. Ignatius College Prep (IL). He has since gone on to coach a total of 7teams. The latest is Los Angeles Rams where he is currently still as offensive line coach.
What Teams Has Kevin Carberry Coached So Far?
The seven teams Kevin Carberry has coached include St. Ignatius College Prep (IL), Kansas, Stephen F. Austin, Dallas Cowboys, Washington Redskins, Stanford and Los Angeles Rams.