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Meet The Bears New Safeties Coach: Andre Curtis

The Bears have a new safeties coach with a lengthy resume of experience.

Andre Curtis Chicago Bears safeties coach Seattle Seahawks
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The Chicago Bears hired a new safeties coach this afternoon. Andre Curtis will take on the job of coaching the secondary, a position he has had plenty of experience heading up.

Andre Curtis Experience

Curtis spent the last seven years with the Seattle Seahawks. He held the titles: safeties coach, defensive backs coach, and defensive passing game coordinator. Curtis’ time with the Legion of Boom gives him great insight into getting the absolute best out of his players. He’s worked with Richard Sherman, Kam Chancellor, and Jamal Adams, just to name a few players that he’s helped achieve greatness.

Curtis has been coaching in the NFL since 2006 when he joined the Giants as a quality control coach. He spent several years in New York before joining the Rams for three years in 2009. Then he spent another three seasons with the New Orleans Saints before making his way to Seattle. As a player, Curtis was a linebacker for the Virginia Military Institute from 1996 to 1999.

The Bears’ staff is nearly complete and Andre Curtis definitely brings a highly-touted set of skills to this franchise.

RELATED: The Chicago Bears have multiple new defensive coaches, Travis Smith will coach the defensive line.

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