Rodney Heath To Represent The Bengals At The 1st NFL Legends Community Coaching Clinic

Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Rodney Heath (22) is seen in action during an NFL game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, Sunday, Jan. 2, 2000, in Jacksonville, Fla. The Jaguars defeated the Bengals 24-7. (Allen Kee via AP)
Rodney Heath played three seasons with the Bengals from 1999-2001.

Former cornerback Rodney Heath will be representing the Bengals at the first NFL Legends Community Coaching Clinic Feb. 22-23 in Indianapolis during the Scouting Combine. 

The goal of the NFL Legends Community coaching clinic is to help former players develop as football coaches. Clinic participants will discuss proper playing techniques, resources and coaching practices with representatives of the Legends Youth Advisory Committee, which supports youth and high school football programs, according to a news release. All clinic participants also receive a grant from the NFL Foundation in support of their high school football program.

Additionally, each participant will receive a $1,000 grant from the NFL Foundation to be donated to his high school football program.

Heath played three seasons with the Bengals from 1999-2001. In his Bengals tenure he playedin 34 games with 119 tackles, three forced fumbles and three interceptions, one of which that went for a touchdown.

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