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Bengals Coach To Perform At View Cucina, Benefiting Children's Hospital

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Bengals offensive line coach Paul Alexander has spent enough time as a CCM piano student that he's successfully translated that with a handful of performances, while acquiring what he's learned and implementing that into coaching. On March 19 at the View Cucina restaurant at Walnut Hills, Alexander will put his talents on display with local musicians and five celebrity chefs, benefiting the Cincinnati Children's Hospital Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.

After spending two seasons with the New York Jets as the team's tight end coach, Paul Alexander followed head coach Bruce Coslet to Cincinnati in 1994. One year later in 1995 Alexander became Cincinnati's offensive line coach where he's coach ever since, during which time his offensive lines set two franchise records for the least amount of sacks allowed (17 in 2007, 21 in 2005). When head coach Marvin Lewis arrived in 2003, Alexander was promoted as the team's assistant head coach.