Jeff Cummins

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Jeff Cummins
Acadia Axemen
Date of birth: (1969-05-25) May 25, 1969 (age 45)
Place of birth: San Pedro, California
Career information
CFL status: International
Position(s): HC
Height: 6 ft 6 in (198 cm)
Weight: 270 lb (120 kg)
College: Oregon
Organizations
As coach:
2004–present Acadia Axemen (HC)
As player:
1994
1995
1996
19982000
2001
2002
2003
Las Vegas Posse
Toronto Argonauts
Ottawa Rough Riders
Hamilton Tiger-Cats
Toronto Phantoms
Arizona Rattlers
Georgia Force

Jeff Cummins (born May 25, 1969 in San Pedro, California[1]) is a former Canadian football defensive lineman and is the head coach for Acadia University's football team, the Acadia Axemen.[2] Cummins became Acadia's head coach in 2003 and has led the team to first place finishes in 2005, 2006,2011, and 2012.

Professional football[edit]

From 1994-2000, Cummins played in the Canadian Football League for the Las Vegas Posse, Toronto Argonauts, Ottawa Rough Riders, and the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. From 2001-2003, he played in the Arena Football League with the Toronto Phantoms, Arizona Rattlers, and the Georgia Force. He was famous for his flamboyant sack dances, which he usually deployed after sacking the opposing teams quarterback.

College football[edit]

From 1990-1992, Cummins played college football for the Oregon Ducks. From 1988-1989, Cummins played Jr College football for El Camino College and was a 1st team All American as a Defensive End and was voted onto the 1990s Jr College All Decade team.

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