The Bears added another assistant to their coaching staff, naming Bo Hardegree to the team as offensive assistant.
Bo Hardegree has been hired as #Bears offensive assistant. Hardegree was an offensive QC coach w/ Broncos in 2014.— Chicago Bears (@ChicagoBears) January 24, 2015
Hardegree has spent seven years in coaching between college and the NFL. Last year, the Broncos led the NFL in scoring and were fourth in total offense.
Prior to that, he spent six seasons in college, three years at Duke as a graduate assistant working with the offense, and three years at Louisiana State interning on both sides of the ball.
Hardegree joins offensive coordinator Adam Gase, special teams coordinator Jeff Rodgers, strength and conditioning coach Jason George, assistant defensive backs coach Sam Garnes, offensive line coach Dave Magazu, and assistant special teams coach Derius Swinton II as a former Bronco assistant moving to the Bears under John Fox.