Report: Bears promoting Bill Shuey to outside linebackers coach

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The Chicago Bears have a number of coaching vacancies to fill, and they’ve begun filling them on the defensive side of the ball.

Following the departure of Ted Monachino to the Atlanta Falcons, the Bears have found his replacement at outside linebackers coach. According to the Chicago Tribune‘s Brad Biggs, the Bears have promoted Bill Shuey to the position after he served as an assistant linebacker and pass rush analyst this past season.

Shuey joins the newest defensive coaching additions, including defensive coordinator Sean Desai, defensive line coach Chris Rumph and Bill McGovern as inside linebackers coach.

Shuey has worked with new defensive coordinator Sean Desai and previously served with the Philadelphia Eagles for 10 years, including three as a position coach.

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