The Cincinnati Bengals are expected to leave a fourth assistant coach in the upcoming off-season.
According to Football Scoop’s Doug Samuels, Bengals, who runs back coach Jemal Singleton, will take a position with the Kentucky Wildcats for the same role next season. It’s unclear if Singleton will leave Cincinnati alone or if he wouldn’t be held back if the Bengals shake up their coaching staff.
Singleton, who has been with the Bengals since 2019, has been training in the NFL since 2016 when he became the Colts’ running backs coach. He was there for two seasons before joining the Raiders in 2018.
Prior to his NFL coaching career, Singleton was the running backs coach and special team coordinator for the Arkansas Razorbacks for the 2015 season. This was followed by a four-year stint with the Oklahoma State Cowboys as a running back coach.
Singleton had various coaching appearances with the Air Force from 2000 to 2010 as he graduated from school.
Running back was a 2020 Bengals strength, highlighted by the appearance of Samaje Perine and the reappearance of Giovani Bernard, while Joe Mixon has been limited to just six games this season due to a foot injury.
If Singleton is on the way, those four wizards won’t be back next season. Offensive coach Jim Turner, defensive coach Nick Eason and defensive assistant Gerald Chapman are due to be sacked in the coming week.
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