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NFL Player and Assistant Coach, 1995-2006


Early Life

Paul was born on September 23, 1971 in Naperville, Illinois before moving to Wilmington, Delaware before his first birthday.

High School

Earned team MVP and athlete of the year at Brandywine High School where he played receiver, safety, quarterback, punter and kicker. Named first-team all-state and Most Valuable Player in the Delaware Blue*Gold all-star football game as a defensive back, punter and kicker. Broke the record for best punting average in the game.

College Career

Played special teams at the University of Delaware before transferring to Western Maryland where he played quarterback, receiver and punted for three seasons. Was named to Dan and Peggy's Football Gazette all-American team, and was twice a GTE Academic Regional all-American and a National all-American as a senior.

Pro Career

Signed and released by the Dallas Cowboys in 1995. Signed by the Ohio Cannon of the Regional Football League in 1999. Signed and released by the Baltimore Ravens in 1999. Assistant coach for the Ravens during Super Bowl XXXV. Assistant coach for the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2003. Special teams analyst for the Buffalo Bills under Bobby April (2004-2006).


Football Playing Career 1985-1989 Brandywine High School 1989-1990 University of Delaware 1991-1994 Western Maryand College (Now McDaniel College) 1995 Dallas Cowboys 1999 Ohio Cannon (Regional Football League) 1999 Baltimore Ravens

Football Coaching Career 1995-2000 Western Maryland College 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 Centennial Conference Champion 2000, 2002 Baltimore Ravens Assistant 2000 Super Bowl XXXV Champion 2001 Hofstra University 2001 Atlantic-10 Conference Champion 2002 McDaniel College 2002 Centennial Conference Champion 2003 Jacksonville Jaguars 2004, 2005, 2006 Buffalo Bills Special Teams Analyst


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