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Marvin Lewis selected for Roger Goodell's COVID-19 advisory committee, per report

An eight-person advisory committee that will assist NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on COVID-19 issues includes former Cincinnati Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis, according to a ProFootballTalk report late Thursday.

Lewis, the head coach in Cincinnati from 2003 until he and the Bengals parted ways at the conclusion of the 2018 season, was named the Arizona State University Sun Devils' co-defensive coordinator in February after serving the previous season as a special advisor to ASU head coach Herm Edwards.

Lewis, 61, reportedly was considered by the Washington Redskins and the Dallas Cowboys as a candidate to return to the NFL as a head coach, before the Redskins hired Ron Rivera and the Cowboys chose Mike McCarthy.