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BHS hires former NFL player Jeff Robinson as strength and conditioning coach

Through a generous grant from the BHS Foundation, Ballard High School has hired Jeff Robinson as it's new strength and conditioning coach.

A Kennewick native, Robinson is a retired professional football player who played 14 years in the NFL.

He has a BS in finance from the University of Idaho where he was a three-year First Team All Big Sky athlete, two-time conference defensive player of the year, two-time First Team 1-AA All American and was team captain his final two years.

He is considered a Vandal Athletics Point of Pride and has been inducted into the University of Idaho Hall of Fame and Idaho Athletic Hall of Fame.

He was drafted by the Denver Broncos in 1993 and has also played for the St. Louis Rams, Dallas Cowboys and Seattle Seahawks. He earned a Super Bowl ring with the Rams in Super Bowl XXXIV.

Jeff currently is a kinesis instructor at 5Focus Kinesis.

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