Frank Pollack will be the next offensive line coach for the Bengals according to Alex Marvez of The Sporting News.
Pollack was the Dallas Cowboys offensive line coach from 2015-2017. He's also coached offensive linemen in Oakland and Houston. Pollack played tackle and center for the San Francisco 49ers for seven seasons.
The Bengals and former offensive line coach Paul Alexander parted ways earlier this offseason. Alexander is expected to interview in Dallas to be their offensive line coach.
UPDATE: The Bengals have made it official. Here's a release from the team:
The Bengals today signed Frank Pollack as offensive line coach.
Pollack comes to Cincinnati from the Dallas Cowboys, where he was offensive line coach from 2015-17 after being promoted from assistant offensive line coach (‘13-14).
Prior to the Cowboys, Pollack spent one season with the Oakland Raiders as offensive line coach (2012) and five seasons with the Houston Texans as assistant offensive line coach (‘07-11). Pollack began his coaching career at his alma mater Northern Arizona (‘05-06).
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