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Seth Joyner headlines the Buffalo Bills interns from the Bill Walsh minority coaching fellowship

The former Pro Bowl linebacker may be the most noticeable name on the list.

The Bill Walsh minority coaching fellowship interns were announced by the Buffalo Bills on Wednesday. Among the interns is a former Pro Bowl linebacker and a former NFL punter. Here's a look at the list via BuffaloBills.com


David Clowney                Former WR / Passing Game Coordinator at ASA College, Miami, FL

Jordan Hogan                  WR Coach at Buffalo State, Buffalo, NY

Timmy Chang                  OC/QB Coach at Emory and Henry College, Emory, VA


Drew Coleman                Former DB, DB Coach at TCU, Ft. Worth, TX

Michael Bankston           Former DL, Rite of Passage School, Phoenix, AZ

Jeremy Gold                     Oracle Charter High School, Buffalo, NY

Seth Joyner                      Former Pro Bowl LB


Louie Aguiar                     Former punter

On the offensive side of the ball, Timmy Chang may be the most recognizable name interning with the Bills. The current OC/QB Coach at Emory and Henry College used to be the starting quarterback for the Hawaii. During his time with Hawaii, Chang completed 57 percent of his passes for 17,072 yards, 117 touchdowns, and 80 interceptions.

Defensively, Seth Joyner is a name football fans should recognize. Joyner was named to the Pro Bowl three times and was a three-time All-Pro in the NFL. The former linebacker spent the majority of his career with the Philadelphia Eagles, but also spent time with the Arizona Cardinals, Green Bay Packers, and Denver Broncos. In 1991, Joyner was Sport Illustrated's Defensive Player of the Year. Joyner recorded 24 interceptions, 26 forced fumbles, 52 sacks, and five defensive touchdowns in his career.

Aguiar was a one-time All-Pro punter in 1995. His career spanned from 1991 to 2000 with the New York Jets, Kansas City Chiefs, Green Bay Packers, and Chicago Bears. 


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