Buffalo Bills defensive assistant coach Jim Salgado discusses his current role with Peter Schwartz on Schwartz on Sports.
Don’t look now, but the National Football League is right around the corner. It’s June, which means we have just over a month before the real action gets going.
And when we say “real action,” we mean training camp.
OK, so perhaps today’s training camp is a cupcake version of training camps from yesteryear, but at least full pads will be in full effect.
One of the guys who’ll be coaching up his players will be Buffalo Bills defensive assistant coach Jim Salgado.
Salgado will enter his first year with the organization after enjoying seven seasons with Princeton, via buffalobills.com:
Salgado spent seven seasons with Princeton University, spending his first three seasons as the team’s defensive backs coach before taking over the defensive coordinator position. Salgado’s defense helped the Tigers win Ivy League championships in 2013 and 2016. He coached 11 All-Ivy League defensive backs and 24 All-Ivy League defensive players during his tenure.
Salgado is also involved in a camp called Big Daddy Football. Luckily for us, he stopped by Schwartz on Sports to discuss that and more: