Retired Ravens cornerback Chris McAlister is interning with the Buffalo Bills coaching staff for the second consecutive year.
McAlister, who was named to three Pro Bowl teams, is among the participants in the Bill Walsh Minority Coaching Fellowship program. He works under Bills secondary coach Donnie Henderson, his position coach with the Ravens.
McAlister is working with the Bills during their minicamp and training camp.
The 10th overall NFL draft pick out of Arizona in 1999, McAlister was the Ravens' starting cornerback in their Super Bowl XXXV victory over the New York Giants.
He finished his 11-year NFL career with 339 career tackles, 26 interceptions and five touchdowns.
McAlister was cut by the Ravens following the 2008 season. The California native played briefly for the New Orleans Saints before a knee injury prompted him to retire following the 2009 season.
Hall of Fame wide receiver Andre Reed is among the Bills' other coaching interns.