The Bengals finalized their coaching staff for the 2020 season, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Zac Taylor and the Bengals announced the hiring of assistant wide receivers coach Troy Walters and assistant special teams coach Colt Anderson.
Walters spent the previous two seasons as the offensive coordinator/wide receivers coach at Nebraska. He also served as an assistant coach at Central Florida, Colorado, North Carolina State, Texas A&M and Indiana State.
Prior to becoming an assistant coach, Walters was an NFL wide receiver and special teams specialist from 2000-2007.
Walters won college football’s Fred Biletnikoff Award his senior year (1999) at Stanford.
Anderson joins the Bengals coaching staff after playing eight years in the NFL as a safety and special teams player. He most recently played for the Buffalo Bills in 2017. Anderson entered the league in 2009 as an undrafted free agent out of Montana.
“We are excited to add Troy and Colt to the staff,” Taylor said in a statement. “Both guys are excellent additions to our receiver and special teams units, and they will be able to use the traits that made them great players in this league to help our players now.”
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