An accomplished offensive coordinator on the college level, Walters joined the Bengals in 2020 and and enters his second season on an NFL staff. He will serve in Cincinnati as the wide receivers coach, where he will work in guiding a young and talented Bengals receiver group.
Hall of Fame Backup Troy Walters Knows What It Looks Like As Bengals New WRs Coach
One of the first things Bengals head coach Zac Taylor did in 2021 is move Troy Walters, one of those watch list young assistants in the league, to wide receivers coach and it is hard pressed to find an assistant more deserving for an NFL promotion than the man schooling his players on how to beat the hard press.
NFL Vet Walters Knows The Routes
Troy Walters, the Bengals' new assistant wide receivers coach who backed up Cris Carter at the end of his career, gave a few breathers to rookie Calvin Johnson and in between once ran a reverse behind a Peyton Manning block, saw how to get to Canton during 98 games and eight seasons with four teams as a Stanford-smart-steel-belted-second-line NFL wide receiver.