The Chicago Bears already have several openings on their coaching staff on both offense and defense. And not long after promoting Sean Desai to defensive coordinator, they’ll now be looking to fill another vacancy.
Outside linebackers coach Ted Monachino isn’t expected to return to the Bears, according to the Chicago Tribune’s Brad Biggs.
Monachino served as outside linebackers coach for the last two seasons under Chuck Pagano, where he worked with Khalil Mack, Robert Quinn and Leonard Floyd among others.
That now leaves the Bears with three defensive coach vacancies to fill, as they need coaches for outside linebackers, safeties and defensive line, following Desai’s promotion and Jay Rodgers’ departure to the Los Angeles Chargers.
Chicago also has two spots to fill on offense as passing game coordinator Dave Ragone and running backs coach Charles London have left to join Arthur Smith’s staff in Atlanta.
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