The Cincinnati Bengals have managed to add more new coaches to their staff then they have free agents. That's not a real surprise though since they lost their two primary coordinators.
On Monday, the team announced Marcus Lewis had been added to the staff, and he will serve as a defensive assistant and quality control coach.
Lewis worked in 2013 as an assistant to the University of Cincinnati coaching staff. He had duties with the defensive line and scout teams, and he also worked in the team’s self-scouting, film breakdown and practice organization. He will work in similar capacities with the Bengals.
Lewis, son of Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis, played high school football in Greater Cincinnati, at Indian Hill, and went on to play LB for four seasons (2008-11) at Indiana State, seeing action in 33 career games.
Unfortunately, it's not this Marcus Lewis: