As the NFL teams begin to fill the head coaching vacancies, new coaching staffs are being formed around the league. And certainly there is some interest from the current Bears coaching staff.
Not only has defensive line coach Jay Rodgers, an in-house candidate to replace Chuck Pagano, has generated interest around the league as a defensive coordinator, but it appears that the Bears passing game coordinator Dave Ragon And can be promoted.
According to Jeremy Fowler of ESPN, there is a good chance that Ragon can join the staff of Arthur Smith, the head coach of the new Atlanta Falcons, where Ragon will serve as the offensive coordinator.
Ragon spent the last five seasons in Chicago, where he worked as the quarterback coach from 2016–19. Last year he was promoted as sports coordinator.
Smith and Ragon previously worked together at Tennessee from 2011–13, where Smith served as the Titans’ offensive line and tight and assistant coach, and Ragon as the wide receivers coach (2011-12) and quarterback coach (2013). Worked in
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