Taylor will be introduced at 2 p.m. Tuesday during a news conference at Paul Brown Stadium.
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Cincinnati reportedly interviewed at least eight candidates after Lewis and the Bengals mutually parted ways Dec. 31 following a 6-10 finish to the 2018 season, the team's third straight year with a losing record.
Taylor spent the 2016 college football season in the Queen City as the Cincinnati Bearcats’ offensive coordinator during Tommy Tuberville’s final year. He became the Rams’ assistant wide receivers coach in 2017 before moving to quarterbacks coach this season, helping an offense that ranked second in total yards and points during the regular season. Quarterback Jared Goff ranked fourth in passing with 293.0 yards per game, and the Rams earned the No. 2 seed in the NFC playoffs.
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Although his NFL coaching experience is somewhat limited, Taylor also spent the 2012 through 2015 seasons as an assistant/offensive coordinator for the Miami Dolphins, where he helped quarterback Ryan Tannehill to the most productive seasons of his seven-year NFL career.