Warrington Native, Former Eagles Free Agent Now Coaching Players at Vanderbilt

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Adams played for several NFL teams before taking his new coaching position.

A former player in the NFL, who grew up in Bucks County, is now coaching prospective players at a major university. Ashleigh Durden wrote about the player for World News Era.

Josh Adams became a known name when he was signed by the Philadelphia Eagles in 2018, playing for the team as an undrafted free agent. Before this, Adams got his start playing high school football in his home area of Bucks County.

A native of Warrington, Adams played for Central Bucks High School South’s Titans. By the time he was a sophomore, Adams has rushed for 2,085 yards and made 28 touchdowns. In his his junior year in 2013, he rushed for 738 yards and made 10 touchdowns before a torn ACL put him on the sidelines for a short period.

He then returned to the Bucks County team in his senior year, rushing for 1,623 yards and making 25 touchdowns. He then went on to play at the collegiate level for the University of Notre Dame.

After his tenure with the Eagles, Adams went on to play for the New York Jets, New Orleans Saints, and Michigan Panthers. Now retired from professional football, he coached players in offensive quality control at Vanderbilt University.

Learn more about Adams at World News Era.


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