Four Bengals coaches to miss Steelers game for COVID-19-related reasons

Four Bengals coaches to miss Steelers game for COVID-19-related reasons
Four Bengals coaches will not be at the game Sunday due to COVID-19-related reasons. (Source: Joe Danneman)

CINCINNATI (FOX19) -The Bengals announced four coaches will not be able to attend Sunday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers for COVID-19 related reasons.

They are linebackers coach Al Golden, secondary/cornerbacks coach Steve Jackson, senior defensive assistant Mark Duffner, and wide receivers coach Bob Bicknell.

The Bengals say defensive quality control coach Jordan Kovacs will assume Golden’s responsibilities for the game.

Secondary/safeties coach Robert Livingston will take over Jackson’s responsibilities, and defensive assistant Gerald Chatman will take over Duffner’s.

The Bengals say assistant wide receivers coach Troy Walters will take over Bicknell’s responsibilities for the game.

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