Chicago Bears Announce New Assistant Offensive Coaches for 2024 Season

Chicago Bears Announce New Assistant Offensive Coaches for 2024 Season

The Chicago Bears have recently announced the addition of new assistant offensive coaches to their staff. With general manager Ryan Poles and new offensive coordinator Shane Waldron leading the charge, concerns about attracting top-tier offensive coaches have been put to rest. The staff put together by Waldron and his team consists of experienced coaches with diverse backgrounds.

Today, the Bears made it official by announcing the new coaching hires, joining the ranks of previously announced coaches, including Waldron, defensive coordinator Eric Washington, and quarterbacks coach Kerry Joseph.

Five out of the six new coaching additions had been previously reported, with the only fresh face being Picazo. As a former college quarterback at Stanford, Picazo brings a wealth of experience, having coached with various teams such as the Seattle Seahawks and the Houston Texans.

During his tenure at Stanford, Picazo worked as an offensive assistant, focusing mainly on quarterbacks and wide receivers. His coaching journey also took him to Rice, where he served as the QB coach and later as the running backs coach.

Known as a "sharp guy" and a "potential riser" within league circles, Picazo's addition to the Bears' coaching staff has generated excitement among those in the know. Alongside Waldron, Joseph, Brown, and Picazo, the Bears have assembled a strong coaching foundation to support the team's future success.

Additionally, the Bears have also given offensive line coach Chris Morgan a new title, further solidifying their coaching staff for the 2024 season.

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