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Cincinnati Bengals assistant coaches tracker: Recap of who is staying and going

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We recap all of the moves made by the Bengals to their coaching staff so far.

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As the Cincinnati Bengals finish off their coaching staff, it’s time for a recap of who’s staying and leaving the Bengals’ coaching staff in 2018.

Marvin Lewis is back for more as head coach but there are a variety of changes being made on both sides of the ball from there down.

STAYING

  • Offensive coordinator Bill Lazor (story)
  • Secondary coach Robert Livingston (story)
  • Linebackers coach Jim Haslett (story)
  • Defensive line coach Jacob Burney (story)
  • Running backs coach Kyle Caskey (story)
  • Special teams coordinator Darrin Simmons (story)
  • Tight ends coach Jonathan Hayes (story)

LIKELY STAYING

According to the Bengals’ official website, the following coaches are still on staff, despite no announcements being made:

  • Offensive assistant Dan Pitcher
  • Strength and conditioning coach Chip Morton
  • Assistant strength and conditioning coach Jeff Friday
  • Defensive quality control coach Marcus Lewis
  • Assistant special teams coach Brayden Coombs

LEAVING

  • Secondary coach Kevin Coyle (story)
  • Offensive line coach Paul Alexander (story)
  • Wide receivers coach James Urban (story)
  • Defensive quality coach David Lippincott (story)

NEW HIRES

  • Defensive coordinator Teryl Austin (story)
  • Wide receivers coach Bob Bicknell (story)
  • Offensive line coach Frank Pollack (story)

COACHES REPORTEDLY CONSIDERED

  • Cardinals offensive line coach/offensive coordinator Harold Goodwin (story)
  • Bengals offensive consultant Jim McNally (story)
  • Bears defensive coordinator Vic Fangio (story)
  • Utah offensive line coach Jim Harding (story)
  • Former Bengals quarterback Jon Kitna (story)

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