The Bengals will be changing up their offensive line coach for the first time in 24 seasons. The team has moved on from Paul Alexander by hiring one of the most respected offensive line coaches in the NFL in Frank Pollack.
What makes Pollack special as an offensive line coach is the multiple influences he has had on his career that have led him to this point, and how he has fused them all into his own style of coaching. He also brings experience in evaluating linemen, which will be invaluable as this team will have to reconstruct that unit.
Pollack was an offensive tackle for the 49ers for eight years. He even won a Super Bowl with the team. He played under Bobb McKittrick who coached all five of the Super Bowls for the 49ers. McKittrick joined the 49ers with Bill Walsh and was there during the instillation of the revolutionary West Coast offense.

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