The Bengals lost several members of Marvin Lewis’ coaching staff after the end of their season and they’ve plugged the big holes in the last couple of weeks.
On Thursday they did some work at the other end of the line. The team announced that Robert Livingston will be their assistant defensive backs coach and that Robert Couch and Dan Pitcher will both be assistants on the offensive side of the ball.
Livingston was a defensive quality control and assistant special teams coach during the 2015 season. It was his first on the staff after spending three years as a scout in his first NFL job.
Couch will be the offensive quality control coach. It’s his first NFL job and the Bengals release says he’s worked in private business while coaching high school football recently. He was an offensive lineman at Vanderbilt and played in NFL Europe.
Pitcher is an offensive assistant and joins the Bengals after four years in the Colts’ scouting department.