Bears add Ohio State assistant Stan Drayton


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LAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP) — The Chicago Bears added Ohio State assistant Stan Drayton to new coach John Fox's staff as running backs coach Thursday.

The team also informed running backs coach Skip Peete that he will not return.

Drayton spent the last four years at Ohio State, serving as assistant head coach for offense/running backs last season for the national champion Buckeyes.

Drayton was Green Bay's offensive quality control coach/special teams in 2001-03. He also has coached at Florida, Syracuse, Tennessee, Mississippi State, Bowling Green, Villanova, Pennsylvania and his alma mater of Allegheny College.

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