Bengals eye Rod Woodson as secondary coach
Cincinnati Bengals coach Marvin Lewis told the Cincinnati Enquirer that he has no set timetable for filling the team's vacant coaching position in the secondary after Kevin Coyle was named defensive coordiantor of the Miami Dolphins.
But he did say he would entertain the possibility of Rod Woodson being a candidate for the job.
Woodson and Lewis go back to the days when Woodson was an All-Pro defensive back with the Steelers and Lewis was an assistant on the staff. It was Lewis who helped recruit Woodson to division rival Baltimore, where they won a Super Bowl together in 2000.
Woodson was a coaching intern with the Bengals in 2010 and spent last season coaching cornerbacks in Oakland.
Terry McCormick covers the Titans for TitanInsider.com