1.Loggains walked on at the University of Arkansas, where he appeared in 50 games and eventually earned a scholarship. But he said his plan all along was to make connections to ultimately become a coach.
- Loggains' NFL career began in 2005 with the Dallas Cowboys when he worked as a scouting assistant with duties that included opponent film breakdown, self-scouting and statistical analysis.
- In his capacity as quarterbacks coach or offensive coordinator at his three previous stops, Loggains worked with a quarterback who was a rookie first-round pick: Jake Locker in Tennessee (2011), Johnny Manziel in Cleveland (2014) and Mitchell Trubisky in Chicago (2017).
- In Loggains' first year as Bears offensive coordinator in 2016, running back Jordan Howard finished second in the NFL in rushing with a franchise rookie record 1,313 yards.
- In Loggains' first year as Bears offensive coordinator in 2016, receiver Cameron Meredith became the first undrafted player to lead the team in receptions since 1993.