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The Chicago Bears announced the hiring Tuesday of offensive quality control coaches Brendan Nugent and Carson Walch.
Nugent worked under new Bears coach Marc Trestman with the Montreal Alouettes in 2012 as an assistant on special teams and offensive quality control coach. Prior to joining the Alouettes, Nugent worked for five seasons (2001-11) at William & Mary as running backs and tight ends coach.
Nugent began his college coaching career at the University of Iowa as an undergraduate assistant working with the offense.
Walch also worked for Trestman in Montreal. In 2012, Walch served as receivers coach after working the two years prior as a quality control coach in charge of special teams.
Before joining the Alouettes, Walch worked three seasons (2007-09) at his alma mater Winona State.
The Bears hired two offensive quality control coaches on Tuesday.