Kirk Chambers

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Kirk Chambers is a retired football offensive tackle. He played college football at Stanford (where he played every game) and was drafted by the Cleveland Browns in the sixth round of the 2004 NFL Draft. He was with the Browns for two seasons. He spent the 2006 season out of football, then signed with the Buffalo Bills as a free agent on January 25, 2007. He re-signed with the Bills in March 2009, but was released during final cuts on September 5. He was re-signed three days later. He was released during final cuts the following year on September 4, 2010. On November 16, he was signed by the Cincinnati Bengels. He signed with the Detroit Lions on August 11, 2011, and released the final day of cuts. He signed with the Atlanta Falcons on October 25, 2011, and retired in January 2012.

He began his coaching career in 2011 as head football coach at Spanish Fork High School in Spanish Fork. He became assistant coach and co-athletic director at Provo High School in 2015. He became head football coach in December 2019.

Chambers was born on March 19, 1979, in Provo, Utah. He played football at Provo High School and for three years he started on both offense and defense. He was a member of the championship winning basketball teams in 1995 and 1997. He also participated in track and field, student government, the Chamber Choir, and was Mr. Provo High.

Chambers is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served a mission to Berlin, Germany. He and his wife, Marilyn, are the parents of six children.

He holds a bachelor’s degree in public policy from Stanford University and graduated from the Teaching Licensure Program at Utah State University.