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Bengals Add A Pitcher

No, not that kind of pitcher.

The Bengals made two new hires to their coaching staff today, and reassigned a coach as the staff shakeup continued in the wake of several departures.

From the Bengals:

The Bengals today made the following coaching moves:

Re-assigned Robert Livingston as assistant defensive backs coach. Livingston is in his second year on the coaching staff, having served last season as defensive quality control/special teams assistant.

Hired Dan Pitcher as an offensive assistant. Pitcher has spent the last four seasons with the Indianapolis Colts, including 2014-15 as a pro scout. He was a scouting assistant for the Colts in 2012-13. He was a three-year starting quarterback at SUNY-Cortland (Cortland, N.Y.) and was a 2011 finalist for the Gagliardi Award, presented to the most outstanding NCAA Division III football player. His work in 2012 also included coaching wide receivers at SUNY-Cortland. His hometown is Cortland, N.Y.

Hired Robert Couch as offensive quality control coach. Couch has worked in private business in recent years while also coaching high school football. He played offensive line at Vanderbilt, was signed to NFL practice squads with the Atlanta Falcons and St. Louis Rams, and played in NFL Europe with Barcelona and London. He is from Orlando, Fla.

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