Cincinnati Bengals wide receivers coach history

Troy Walters

Walters is the wide receivers coach for the Cincinnati Bengals since the 2021 season. Walters' record as the team's wide receivers coach was 5-2-0, making him the most successful wide receivers coach in Cincinnati Bengals history.

Bob Bicknell

Bicknell was the wide receivers coach for the Cincinnati Bengals in the 2018-2020 seasons, a total of three years.

Dan Pitcher

Pitcher was the wide receivers coach for the Cincinnati Bengals in the 2017 season.

James Urban

Urban was the wide receivers coach for the Cincinnati Bengals in the 2011-2017 seasons, a total of seven years. Urban's record as the team's wide receivers coach was 65-45-2, making him the second-most successful wide receivers coach in Cincinnati Bengals history. The team made it to the playoffs five times (2011-2015) and had a 0-5 record under Coach Urban in playoff games.

Mike Sheppard

Sheppard was the wide receivers coach for the Cincinnati Bengals in the 2007-2010 seasons, a total of four years. The team made it to the playoffs one time (2009) and had a 0-1 record under Coach Sheppard in playoff games.

Hue Jackson

Jackson was the wide receivers coach for the Cincinnati Bengals in the 2004-2006 seasons, a total of three years. Jackson's record as the team's wide receivers coach was 27-21-0, making him the third-most successful wide receivers coach in Cincinnati Bengals history. The team made it to the playoffs one time (2005) and had a 0-1 record under Coach Jackson in playoff games.

Alex Wood

Wood was the wide receivers coach for the Cincinnati Bengals in the 2003 season.

Steve Mooshagian

Mooshagian was the wide receivers coach for the Cincinnati Bengals in the 1999-2002 seasons, a total of four years. Mooshagian's record as the team's wide receivers coach was 16-48-0, making him the third-least successful wide receivers coach in Cincinnati Bengals history.

John Garrett

Garrett was the wide receivers coach for the Cincinnati Bengals in the 1995-1996 seasons, a total of two years.

Richard Williamson

Williamson was the wide receivers coach for the Cincinnati Bengals in the 1992-1994 seasons, a total of three years. Williamson's record as the team's wide receivers coach was 11-37-0, making him the second-least successful wide receivers coach in Cincinnati Bengals history.

David Shula

Shula was the wide receivers coach for the Cincinnati Bengals in the 1991 season. Shula's record as the team's wide receivers coach was 3-13-0, making him the least successful wide receivers coach in Cincinnati Bengals history.

Mike Stock

Stock was the wide receivers coach for the Cincinnati Bengals in the 1990 season. Stock's record as the team's wide receivers coach was 9-7-0, making him the third-most successful wide receivers coach in Cincinnati Bengals history. The team made it to the playoffs one time (1990) and had a 1-1 record under Coach Stock in playoff games.

Bruce Coslet

Coslet was the wide receivers coach for the Cincinnati Bengals in the 1984-1989 seasons, a total of six years. The team made it to the playoffs one time (1988) and had a 2-1 record under Coach Coslet in playoff games. In 1988, the Cincinnati Bengals faced off against the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XXIII and the Bengals, under the direction of head coach Sam Wyche, lost 16-20.

Lindy Infante

Infante was the wide receivers coach for the Cincinnati Bengals in the 1980-1981 seasons, a total of two years. Infante's record as the team's wide receivers coach was 18-14-0, making him the third-most successful wide receivers coach in Cincinnati Bengals history. The team made it to the playoffs one time (1981) and had a 2-1 record under Coach Infante in playoff games. In 1981, the Cincinnati Bengals faced off against the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XVI and the Bengals, under the direction of head coach Forrest Gregg, lost 21-26.

Boyd Dowler

Dowler was the wide receivers coach for the Cincinnati Bengals in the 1976-1979 seasons, a total of four years.

Bill Walsh

Walsh was the wide receivers coach for the Cincinnati Bengals in the 1969-1975 seasons, a total of seven years. The team made it to the playoffs three times (1970, 1973, 1975) and had a 0-3 record under Coach Walsh in playoff games.


Cincinnati Bengals wide receivers coach record

Coach Years Record Win percentage Playoff record
Troy Walters 2021 5-2-0 71.4% 0-0
Bob Bicknell 2018-2020 12-35-1 26.0% 0-0
James Urban 2011-2017 65-45-2 58.9% 0-5
Dan Pitcher 2017 7-9-0 43.8% 0-0
Mike Sheppard 2007-2010 25-38-1 39.8% 0-1
Hue Jackson 2004-2006 27-21-0 56.3% 0-1
Alex Wood 2003 8-8-0 50.0% 0-0
Steve Mooshagian 1999-2002 16-48-0 25.0% 0-0
John Garrett 1995-1996 15-17-0 46.9% 0-0
Richard Williamson 1992-1994 11-37-0 22.9% 0-0
David Shula 1991 3-13-0 18.8% 0-0
Mike Stock 1990 9-7-0 56.3% 1-1
Bruce Coslet 1984-1989 49-46-0 51.6% 2-1
Lindy Infante 1980-1981 18-14-0 56.3% 2-1
Boyd Dowler 1976-1979 26-34-0 43.3% 0-0
Bill Walsh 1969-1975 52-45-1 53.6% 0-3

Cincinnati Bengals wide receivers coach facts

  • Bill Walsh was the first wide receivers coach in Bengals history in 1969.
  • Bill Walsh and James Urban coached the most seasons as the Bengals's wide receivers coach at seven seasons.
  • Troy Walters is the current wide receivers coach, starting ahead of the 2021 season.