Another Ravens assistant coach has reportedly left Baltimore.
Offensive Line Coach Andy Moeller has taken the same position with the Cleveland Browns, according to The Baltimore Sun.
Moeller has been in Baltimore since 2008, and was the offensive line coach for the last three seasons. He was the assistant offensive line coach from 2008-2010.
Head Coach John Harbaugh said previously this offseason that Juan Castillo will take over as the offensive line coach next season after working as the run game coordinator in 2013.
“Juan’s title is going to be the offensive line coach. That’s the way he worked last year,” Harbaugh said during the season-review press conference last month.
The departure of Moeller continues the overall shift this offseason after former Offensive Coordinator Jim Caldwell left to become the head coach of the Detroit Lions. The Ravens hired Gary Kubiak Monday to replace Caldwell, and he has brought in a new group of offensive coaches.
Moeller will be the fifth offensive assistant from last season who will no longer be part of Harbaugh’s staff. Wide Receivers Coach Jim Hostler, Tight Ends Coach Wade Harman and Running Backs Coach Wilbert Montgomery are also gone.
By going to Cleveland, Moeller will join new Browns Head Coach and former Ravens assistant Mike Pettine. Moeller and Pettine both worked under Harbaugh in 2008.