Colt Anderson joins the Bengals' staff for his first year as a coach, after a nine-year (2009-17) playing career in which he was considered among the NFL's top special teams players.
Colt Anderson Looking To Give Bengals' No. 1 Special Teams A Kick
Darrin Simmons, who has been coordinating the Bengals special teams since Colt Anderson played on them for Butte High School, had the old Montana Grizzly in his sights on his computer screen. The video clicked out of 2016, when Anderson, the Bengals' new assistant special teams coach, played just two games running down kicks for the Bills before he broke his arm. It's that bruising hands-on experience that sold the Bengals.