CINCINNATI, OH - FEBRUARY 05: Zac Taylor speaks to the media as Cincinnati Bengals director of player personnel Duke Tobin looks on after being introduced as the new head coach for the Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium on February 5, 2019 in Cincinnati, Ohio. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)

Cincinnati Bengals hire three assistant coaches

The Cincinnati Bengals on Monday announced three additions to the coaching staff of Zac Taylor.

Jemal Singleton (running backs), Joey Boese (strength and conditioning) and Doug Rosfeld (director of coaching operations) will serve as assistants to the Bengals new head coach.

Singleton, 43, was the running backs coach for the Oakland Raiders last season and served in that same role for the Indianapolis Colts in 2016-17.

A graduate and former player at the Air Force Academy, Singleton coached collegiately at Air Force, Oklahoma State and Arkansas before moving to the NFL.

Boese, 38, has served as the strength and conditioning coach at the University of Illinois the past three season. He served in the same role from 2012-15 at Fresno State. He was an assistant strength and conditioning coach at Texas A&M. Boese played collegiately at Wisconsin and from 2003-06 in the Canadian Football League with the Calgary Stampeders.

Rosfeld, 39, comes to the Bengals after one season as the head coach at Moeller High School. Rosfeld was the director of player development at the University of Cincinnati from 2015-17. Prior to his time at UC, he was an assistant coach at Moeller.

Rosfeld played at UC from 1997-2000, starting 34 games. He was a first-team, all-Conference USA pick as a junior and senior.