FBU Offensive Line coach Glenn Parker brings his skills, technique, and experience to the FBU field for the first time in 2013. Parker had a long and successful NFL career and clearly knows what it takes to succeed in football. Parker began his college football career at Golden West Junior College, where he spent two years before transferring to the University of Arizona. At Arizona, Parker excelled as a guard and was awarded with All-Pac 10 Honors.  A third-round draft pick by the Buffalo Bills, Parker enjoyed a stellar NFL career, playing in Buffalo from 1990-96, Kansas City in 1997 and the New York Giants from 2000-2001 before retiring. He played all offensive line position except center during his career and with the Bills became one of only four NFL players to reach the Super Bowl in each of his first four seasons in the league. Later, with his 2000 Super Bowl appearance as a New York Giant, he became only the 12th NFL player to participate in five Super Bowls. 

 

Glenn Parker
FBU Offensive Line Coach
Playing Career
College: Arizona
Drafted: 1990 / Round: 3 / Pick: 69

Buffalo Bills (1990-96)
Kansas City Chiefs (1997-99)
New York Giants (2000-01)
Career Highlights
All-PAC 10 Team (1989)
5 Super Bowl Appearances (4 Buffalo Bills, 1 New York Giants)
Inducted into University of Arizona Hall of Fame (2001)