• Anderson retiring as Bengals RB coach

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Jan 30, 2013
    The Bengals announced Anderson's retirement on Tuesday after 29 seasons. Anderson reached that and still continued to coach. Running backs coach Jim Anderson announced his retirement on Tuesday, ending a run with the team that began with an interview with Brown in 1984 and ran through several head coaches before reaching its end. The Bengals play their home games in Paul Brown Stadium, but they’ll no longer have a coach on the staff who was actually interviewed by Paul Brown when he initially got his job in Cincinnati. This past year he broke a tie with former strength and conditioning coach Kim Wood for the longest tenure with the franchise. ...
    • Bengals assistant Jim Anderson retires after 29 years

      The Bengals play their home games in Paul Brown Stadium, but they’ll no longer have a coach on the staff who was actually interviewed by Paul Brown when he initially got his job in Cincinnati. Running backs coach Jim Anderson announced his retirement on

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