"I am thankful to Al for the dedication and commitment he displayed during his time with the Cal football program," said head coach Jeff Tedford. "I'm confident that those traits combined with the other outstanding qualities he possesses will lead to continued success in his future."
Al Simmons has departed the Cal coaching staff to pursue other professional opportunities the school announced Tuesday. Simmons spent a total of six seasons at Cal during two stints in Berkeley as the cornerbacks coach from 1998-2000 and defensive backs coach from 2008-10.
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