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Detroit Lions announce new 2020 coaching staff

Here’s a look at the entire Detroit Lions coaching staff for the 2020 season.

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On Monday afternoon, the Detroit Lions announced their full coaching staff for the 2020 season. The list confirms a few things that were already presumed. Mainly, Tyrone McKenzie, formerly of the Titans is the new linebackers coach, former offensive quality control coach Ben Johnson will now head the tight ends, and defensive assistant Steve Gregory has been promoted to DBs coach.

Here’s a full list of the Lions’ coaches for the year. New or promoted coaches are in bold.

Matt Patricia – Head Coach
Darrell Bevell – Offensive Coordinator
Cory Undlin – Defensive Coordinator
Brayden Coombs – Special Teams Coordinator
Kyle Caskey – Running Backs
Tony Carter – Defensive Assistant
David Corrao – Director of Football Research
Bo Davis – Defensive Line
Hank Fraley – Offensive Line (Promoted from Assistant OL coach)
Steve Gregory – Defensive Backs (Promoted from defensive assistant)
Morris Henry – Assistant Strength & Conditioning
Ben Johnson – Tight Ends (Promoted from offensive quality control coach)
Tom Kanavy – Assistant Strength & Conditioning
Tyrone McKenzie - Linebackers
Robert Prince – Wide Receivers
Evan Rothstein – Head Coach Assistant/Research & Analysis
Sean Ryan – Quarterbacks
Josh Schuler – Head Strength & Conditioning (Promoted from assistant strength and conditioning coach)
Stephen Thomas – Defensive Quality Control
Ty Warren – WCF Minority Coaching Assistantship
Leon Washington - WCF Minority Coaching Assistantship/Offense
Marquice Williams – Assistant Special Teams
Billy Yates – Assistant Offensive Line

The Detroit Lions have more on the brand new hires—Tony Carter, Morris Henry, Tom Kanavy, Tyrone McKenzie, and Ty Warren.

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