Who Is Coach Frank Pollack?
Frank Pollack is an American football coach and former player who is currently the offensive line coach for the Cincinnati Bengals of the National Football League (NFL).
Frank Pollack Biography
Preceding his time in Oakland, Pollack filled in as colleague offensive line coach for the Houston Texans.
In 2011, Houston’s line prepared for an establishment record 153-yard per game hurrying normal (second in the NFL).
Pollack likewise helped guide the Texans’ line to accomplishment in 2010, when it hindered Arian Foster, the NFL’s innovator in surging yards (1616) and TDs (18).
Prior to joining the star positions, Pollack started his coaching profession at his place of graduation, Northern Arizona, where he filled in as co-hostile line mentor in 2005 and hostile line mentor in ’06.
A 6th round draft decision by San Francisco in 1990, Pollack played two seasons (1990-91) with the 49ers, prior to joining Denver for a very long time (’92-93).
He then re-joined San Francisco for the last five periods of his playing profession (1994-98) and helped the 49ers to a Super Bowl title in ’94.
In school, Pollack played both offensive tackle and gatekeeper at Northern Arizona from 1985-89.
He graduated with a degree in publicizing from NAU in 1990, and in 2010 he was accepted into the school’s Athletic Hall of Fame.
Frank Pollack Age
Frank Pollack was born on November 5, 1967, thus, he is aged 54.
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