Antonio Goss

Antonio Goss

Sport(s) Football

Biographical Information

Born August 11, 1966 age 50

Randleman, North Carolina

Alma mata

University of North Carolina

Playing Career

1984-1989 University of North Carolina

1989, 1991-1995 NFL San Francisco 49ers (LB)

1996 NFL Saint Louis Rams (LB)

Current Position


Special Teams Coordinator, Cornerback Coach




Division 1 FCS SOCON

Coaching Career

2015-present ETSU (STC, LB, DB)

2014-2011 Furman (STC, DB)

2009 University of Louisville (STC, DB)

2006-2008 MTSU (STC, DB)

2000-2005 University at Buffalo (STC, LB, DB)

1999 NCCU (STC, LB)

1998 East Chapel Hill High (Strength, LB)

Antonio Goss (born August 11, 1966 in Randleman, North Carolina) is the current Cornerbacks and Special Teams coach at East Tennessee State University.[1] Antonio is a former professional American football player who played linebacker for seven seasons with the San Francisco 49ers and St. Louis Rams. Antonio won two Super Bowl rings with the San Francisco 49ers (1989,1994). In the1994 Championship Game, Antonio Goss was captain alongside Hall of Famer JerryRice and Pro Bowler TimMCDonald. He was also a standout in high school sports, lettering in football, basketball, track, and baseball. His athleticism earned him All-American in Football during his senior year. A key member of Randleman’s 2A State Championship teams in 1981, 1982, and 1983. Antonio was named Captain of his football team his senior year based on his leadership on and off the field. Goss was inducted into the Randleman High School Sports Hall Fame in 2013.


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