It looks like the Chicago Bears are going to be losing another assistant coach.

First, assistant offensive line coach Donovan Raiola left to be the OL coach for Scott Frost at Nebraska, and now, Chris Rumph is headed to Florida to coach for the Gators.

As first reported by G. Allan Taylor of The Athletic, Gators head coach Billy Napier is looking to hire Bears defensive line coach Chris Rumph to be the team’s new outside linebackers coach.

“Napier is seeking to bring aboard Chris Rumph from the Chicago Bears, Karl Scott from the Minnesota Vikings and Eric Henderson of the Los Angeles Rams on the defensive side. He also aims to reunite with New York Giants offensive line coach Rob Sale, the source indicated. Those discussions are on hold until those NFL teams complete their seasons,” Taylor reported on December 23.