Colorado is hiring Cincinnati Bengals safeties coach Robert Livingston as its defensive coordinator, NFL Network and 247Sports reported Wednesday.
Livingston is in Boulder, Colo., on Wednesday meeting with Buffaloes head coach Deion Sanders, according to NFL Network.
Livingston, 33, just completed his ninth season in Cincinnati, eighth as secondary coach.
The Bengals finished third in the league in team interceptions (17) this past season.
Livingston would replace Charles Kelly, who was named co-defensive coordinator at Auburn, his alma mater, last month.
The Buffaloes finished last in the Pac-12 in 2023 with a 1-8 mark. They were 4-8 overall.
–Field Level Media
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