Los Angeles Reveals 4 Bill Walsh Coaching Fellows for OTAs

The four coaches who will be the Bill Walsh Diversity Coaching Fellows for the Los Angeles Rams’ Organized Team Activities this spring were announced in a news release on Tuesday by the team.According to the news release, Los Angeles will continue to assist diverse coaching fellows in honing their NFL leadership skills by mentoring them throughout the team’s Mandatory Minicamp and OTAs in 2024.

Will Blackmon will teach Los Angeles’ defensive backs, Kwesi Drake will oversee the Rams defensive line, CJ Cox will oversee the outside linebackers, Jamil Douglas will oversee the offensive line.

After serving as the pass game coordinator and cornerbacks coach for three years at Kent State, Cox, who took part in this program with the Kansas City Chiefs the previous season, is about to begin his first season as the safeties coach for the University of Alabama-Birmingham Blazers. Former guard Douglas was a member of the Washington Commanders, Miami Dolphins, and Tennessee Titans from 2015 to 21. Former player Blackmon played with the Green Bay Packers, New York Giants, Jacksonville Jaguars, and Washington Commanders between 2006 and 2016. New York won the Super Bowl in 2011 during Blackmon’s tenure.Drake will soon begin his sixth season as the Jones College Bobcats’ coach.


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