Dan Pitcher Promoted To Quarterbacks Coach

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The Cincinnati Bengals today announced the promotion of Dan Pitcher to quarterbacks coach. He replaces Alex Van Pelt, who has left the team.

Pitcher, 33, has been a Bengals assistant coach on offense since 2016. He was an offensive assistant with a focus on wide receivers from 2016-17, then an offensive assistant with a focus on quarterbacks in '18. He moved into the role of assistant quarterbacks coach last year.

Prior to joining the Bengals, Pitcher spent four seasons in player personnel with the Indianapolis Colts, serving as a scouting assistant from 2012-13 and a pro scout from '14-15. He played quarterback at SUNY Cortland from 2008-11 and coached the Red Dragons' wide receivers in '12.

"I am excited to promote Dan to quarterbacks coach," said Bengals head coach Zac Taylor. "Dan is a rising star who has demonstrated that he has a bright future as he continues to take on more responsibility. Dan's background as a successful college quarterback, along with his experience coaching wide receivers and helping Alex in the quarterback room will allow him to bring great value to that position."

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