Alvin Reynolds

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Alvin Reynolds
Position: Defensive back
Personal information
Born: (1959-06-24) June 24, 1959 (age 59)
Pineville, Louisiana
Career information
High school: West Jefferson (LA)
College: Indiana State
Career history
As coach:

Alvin Reynolds (born June 24, 1959)[1] is a former college and National Football League defensive backs coach.

Playing career[edit]

Reynolds attended Indiana State, where he played on the football team for four years. Over his career he appeared in 33 games recording five interceptions for 39 yards.[2]

Coaching career[edit]

College career[edit]

After graduationg, Reynolds began his coaching career in 1982.[3] He was on the staff for the 1984 Indiana State football team, a team that was inducted into the Indiana State University Athletics Hall-of-Fame in 2012.[4]

National Football League[edit]

In 1993, Reynolds joined the Denver Broncos coaching staff where he was an assistant defensive backs and quality control coach for three season. In 1996, he became the first defensive backs coach in Ravens history. He served in that position for three seasons. In 1999, he joined the Carolina Panthers as a defensive quality control and was also a defensive assistant for four seasons. After leaving the Panthers, he joined the coaching staff of the Jacksonville Jaguars where he served for five seasons as defensive backs coach from 2003 to 2007.[5] He then joined the Atlanta Falcons in 2008, coaching the defensive backs until he was fired after the 2011 season..[6]

In 2013, Reynolds guested with the Saskatchewan Roughriders.[3]

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