Bengals hire Teryl Austin as defensive coordinator


Austin, the former defensive coordinator of the Lions, spent the last four seasons in Detroit.

The Bengals hired Bob Bicknell to coach their wide receivers, the team announced Monday.

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Under Austin, the Lions ranked 2nd, 18th, 18th and 27th in total defense. That success earned Austin head coaching buzz and he's interviewed for a number of positions over the past three years, including the Lions' current opening. Bicknell comes to the Bengals with 25 years of coaching experience in college and the NFL.

Teryl Austin is Vontaze Burfict's next defensive coordinator. Bicknell, who spent last season at Baylor, was an assistant in the National Football League from 2007-16. "I look forward to working alongside him to take full advantage of our talented defensive personnel".

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Per the report, Austin's title with the Raiders would be assistant head coach/defensive backs coach.

"It's an honor to join the Bengals organization", Austin said in a statement on the team's official website. All we know right now is Austin is unlikely to stay in Detroit with Patriots DC Matt Patricia expected to take over as head coach. "I look forward to leading an aggressive group of young men and helping them and the team achieve our goals". They also finished 23rd, 13th, and 21st in points per game allowed in that same time span.

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The Cincinnati Bengals have chose to keep Marvin Lewis heading into the 2018 season, and the head coach has already made one big addition to his staff.