The Browns have stolen a coach away from the rival Ravens as their new offensive line coach, as Aaron Wilson from the National Football Post is reporting the team has hired Ravens assistant line coach Andy Moeller.
Moller played college ball for Michigan, and was with the team for eight years before leaving to join the Ravens to help with the offensive line.
He made headline in the spring of 2011, as he was arrested for DUI, and was sentenced to 60 days in prison, though all but two of the days were suspended; he was also placed on probation.
The arrest was his third alcohol-related in four years.
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