(CBS) Outside linebackers coach Clint Hurtt is leaving the Bears’ staff, the Chicago Tribune’s Brad Biggs reported Friday.
Hurtt declined a contract extension, the Tribune reported. Hurtt had spent the previous three years in Chicago, the first as a defensive line coach before shifting to overseeing the outside linebackers.
Since the Bears finished off a 3-13 season Sunday, three positions coaches and an assistant position coach have left. Running backs coach Stan Drayton left to take a job with the Texas Longhorns, while offensive line coach Dave Magazu and assistant secondary coach Sam Garnes were fired, the Tribune reported.