Wednesday, January 22, 2003

Meet the new Bengals assistant coaches

A look at NFL and other recent experience for the new Bengals assistant coaches hired from outside the organization:

Leslie Frazier (defensive coordinator): Defensive backs coach for Eagles (1999-2002). College coach from 1988-98.

Jay Hayes (defensive line): Special teams coach for Vikings (2002); special teams coach for Steelers (1999-2001).

Ricky Hunley (linebackers): Defensive line coach for Redskins (2002). Was Bengals' 1984 first-round draft choice as LB out of Arizona but was traded to Broncos. Also played with Raiders.

Chip Morton (strength and conditioning): Strength and conditioning coach for Redskins (2002), Ravens (1999-2001), Panthers (1995-98), Chargers (1992-94).

Kurtis Shultz (assistant strength and conditioning): Strength and conditioning coach for Maryland's NCAA champion basketball team in 2002, and for all sports at Johns Hopkins.

Darrin Simmons (special teams): Special teams assistant and assistant strength and conditioning coach for Panthers (1999-2002), Ravens (1998).

Alex Wood (wide receivers): Quarterbacks coach for Vikings (1999-2002). College coach from 1978-98, including two NCAA title teams at Miami (1989-92).

Ken Zampese (quarterbacks): Wide receivers/passing game coordinator (2001-02) and offensive assistant (2000) for Rams; offensive assistant for Packers (1999) and Eagles (1998).

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