Bengals hire offensive line coach

The Cincinnati Bengals have hired Frank Pollack as their offensive line coach.

Pollack coached the Dallas Cowboys offensive line from 2015-17. He replaces Paul Alexander, who coached the Bengals offensive line from 1995-2017.

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While Pollack was signing his new contract in Cincinnati, Alexander was in Dallas interviewing with the Cowboys.

Pollack was the assistant offensive line coach in Dallas from 2013-14, and before that he spent one season as Oakland Raiders offensive line coach (2012) and five seasons as the assistant offensive line coach with the Houston Texans (2007-11).

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He began his coaching career at his alma mater Northern Arizona in 2005 and worked there through 2006.

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