Kevin Carberry is an American football coach and former defensive lineman who is currently the offensive line coach for the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League (NFL).
He played college football at Ohio prior to playing professionally, spending time as a member of the Detroit Lions, Berlin Thunder of NFL Europe, New York Dragons, and the Philadelphia Soul of the Arena Football League (AFL).
Before entering the instructing positions, Carberry went to instructional courses of the Cleveland Browns (2005) and Carolina Panthers (2006) and spent the 2005 season on the training crew of the Detroit Lions.
He additionally played for the Berlin Thunder of NFL Europe in the spring of 2006. From 2007-08, he played in the Arena Football League for the New York Dragons and Philadelphia Soul and was an individual from the Soul’s 2008 Arena Bowl Championship crew.
Carberry additionally trained during his playing profession, filling in as the protective facilitator, guarded line, and inside linebackers mentor at St. Ignatius College Prep (Ill.), during his AFL years in 2007-08. In 2006, he was a varsity partner for Illinois state champion St. Rita High School, his institute of matriculation.
Carberry, a four-year letterman at Ohio, earned All-MAC honors as senior team captain. The defensive lineman graduated from Ohio in 2005 with a bachelor’s degree in marketing and earned his master’s in sports administration from Kansas in 2010.
Carberry is married to his wife, Emily. The couple has one son, Frank, and one daughter, Elizabeth.
When Did Kevin Carberry Retire From Playing?
Kevin Carberry retired from playing American football in 2008.
Which College Did Kevin Carberry Attend?
Kevin Carberry graduated from Ohio University in 2005 with a degree in marketing.
Which High School Did Kevin Carberry Attend?
Kevin Carberry went to St. Rita of Cascia High School – an all-male Catholic high school located in the Ashburn neighborhood on Chicago’s Southwest Side, United States.