Bears hire three new coaches to John Fox’s staff

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LAKE FOREST – After a couple of departures following his first season as head coach, John Fox once again has a complete coaching staff.

Today the Bears announced three position coach hires: Curtis Johnson as wide receivers coach, Ben McDaniels as an offensive assistant and Pierre Ngo as assistant strength and conditioning coach.

McDaniels is the most recognizable name of the group since he is the brother of Patriots offensive coordinator and former Broncos coach Josh McDaniels. He started in Denver in 2009 and was there when the Broncos traded Jay Cutler to the Bears.

Ben will now work with Cutler in his new role in Chicago under new offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains.

Johnson takes over the Bears wide receivers coaching job after spending the last four years as the head coach at Tulane.