Barry Rubin is the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach of the Kansas City Chiefs and he enters the ninth season with the team of the National Football League.

Born on June 25, 1957, in Monroe, Louisiana, to Sam Rubin and Eileen Rubin, Barry Rubin attended Neville High School, lettering three years in football (winning all-district honors as a running back and punter), baseball, and basketball, and twice in track.

He played college football at LSU Tiger and was transferred to Northwestern State University, where he was a punter and a tight end, and received his B.A. in 1981.

He joined the Chiefs subsequent to serving the past three seasons in a similar limit with the Philadelphia Eagles (2010-12).

Preceding being promoted to the Eagles Head Strength and Conditioning Coach in 2010, he was an assistant for quite a long time (2008-09).

Before his transition to Philadelphia, he burned through seven years as the head strength and molding mentor (1999-2005) and four years as a collaborator for the Green Bay Packers (1995-98).

When Was Barry Rubin Inducted Into USA Strength and Conditioning Coaches Hall of Fame?

Barry Rubin was inducted into the USA Strength and Conditioning Coaches Hall of Fame.

Barry Rubin Super Bowl Records

Barry Rubin won Super Bowl LIV when the Chiefs defeated the San Francisco 49ers 31-20.


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