Brown, who joined UC’s staff in 2019, played wide receiver for the Jacksonville Jaguars from 2012 to 2014 and caught 39 passes for 534 yards and two touchdowns in 18 career games before turning his attention to coaching. He also spent time on staff with the University of Michigan (2016), University of Delaware (2017) and his alma mater, Liberty University (2018), where he was an all-American wide receiver and quarterback.
Daniels has been the head coach at Princeton since 2017 but also spent time as an assistant at Alcorn State (2008), UC (2009), Buffalo (2010), Statesboro (Ga.) High School (2011-13) and Kennesaw State (2013-16). In his playing days, he was a standout quarterback at Princeton and later went on to star as a wide receiver, running back and return specialist at the University of Cincinnati, where he set numerous school records.
Two current Bengals coaches – defensive line coach Nick Eason and defensive assistant Gerald Chatman — were past interns with the Bill Walsh NFL Minority Coaching Fellowship program. Chatman was an intern for the Bengals during OTAs and minicamp in 2018, while he was serving as special teams coordinator/outside linebackers coach at Tennessee State University.