(670 The Score) New Bears coach Matt Nagy will hire Chris Tabor as his special teams coordinator, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reported. The team hasn’t confirmed the hire.

Tabor has been in the same position with the Browns since 2011. He had previously served as assistant special teams coordinator with the Bears from 2008-’10, working alongside Dave Toub.

Tabor will replace Jeff Rodgers, whose contract wasn’t renewed by the Bears. Rodgers was hired by John Fox in 2015.

The Bears have already hired offensive line coach Harry Hiestand from Notre Dame, a move made official Wednesday evening. The team also will hire Texans running backs coach Charles London to the same position in Chicago, according to Alex Marvez of The Sporting News.