The Bangladeshi appointed Frank Pollack as the team’s offensive coach and game coordinator today. The 53-year-old Pollack (Pollack) previously served as the offensive line coach of the Bengals in 2018 and then spent the last two seasons (19-20) with the New York Jets.
Under the guidance of Pollack in 2018, Cincinnati’s offensive line ranked 11th in the NFL in the minimum number of sacks allowed per game (2.3), and also ranked 11th in the NFL for HB Joe Mixon’s sprint score (1168), with an average of every attempt. Score (4.9) and seize the means of transportation (eight).
Head coach Zac Taylor said: “Frank will help us make great strides in running and protection.”
C Trey Hopkins said: “Coach Pollack is a high-energy person and we are very happy to work with him again.” “We know what he expects and the results we can achieve. He demands Very tall and his instructions are clear. He is an excellent coach.”
“I’m very happy that Coach Pollack is back,” Mickelson said. “He proved to be the best in the industry. There are many records to break. I look forward to returning to the scene and starting work.”
Pollack succeeded Jim Turner, who served as the Cincinnati offensive coach for the 2019-20 season.