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Bengals name Frazier defensive coordinator

Cincinnati, OH (Sports Network) - Cincinnati Bengals new head coach Marvin Lewis hired Leslie Frazier as defensive coordinator Tuesday and retained the services of offensive coordinator Bob Bratkowski.

Frazier was the defensive backs coach for the Philadelphia Eagles from 1999-2002. He coached in college at Illinois from 1997-98 and was head coach at Trinity (IL) College from 1988-96.

Frazier played cornerback for the Chicago Bears from 1981-86.

Lewis also filled several other coaching vacancies, as he named the following assistants to his staff: Paul Alexander (assistant head coach/offensive line); Ken Zampese (quarterbacks); Jim Anderson (running backs); Alex Wood (wide receivers); Bob Surace (offensive assistant); Jay Hayes (defensive line); Ricky Hunley (linebackers); Kevin Coyle (defensive backs); Louie Cioffi (assistant defensive backs); Darrin Simmons (special teams); Chip Morton (strength and conditioning); and Kurtis Shultz (assistant strength and conditioning).

01/21 14:34:00 ET

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