Bennie Anderson

Biography

Position: Offensive Linemen

Bennie Anderson was a four-year letterman at Tennessee State (1996–99) where he started 43 of the 45 games in which he played during his career. He was a first-team All-Ohio Valley Conference pick as both a junior and senior, when he also earned the school’s leadership award by the “Tree Coaches” (Tennessee State alumni coaches who sit under a tree watching practice).He was a first-team Black College All-America pick as a senior in 1999.

After going undrafted, Anderson signed with the St. Louis Rams for the 2000 season. He then went to play for the XFL in 2001 for the Chicago Enforcers, where his success led to a longer sting in the NFL. Anderson was a starter for 6 seasons in the NFL before his career was cut short due to injury. He had stops as a starter with the Baltimore Ravens (2001-2004), Buffalo Bills (2005) and Miami Dolphins (2006).

After the NFL, Anderson went on to coach at numerous indoor football teams and currently serves as the offensive line coach at Westminster Christian Academy - where he he has consistently developed All State level players who continue to play on the next level.

Playing Career

  • Tennessee State University (1996-1999)
  • St. Louis Rams (2000)
  • Chicago Enforces (2001)
  • Baltimore Ravens (2001-2004)
  • Buffalo Bills (2005)
  • Miami Dolphins (2006)

Playing Career

  • Arena Football League
  • Westminster Christian Academy (present)

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