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After Ravens head coach John Harbaugh appointed Juan Castillo to the title of offensive line coach after the 2013 season, it appeared very likely that Andy Moeller would be moving on from the organization.
According to The Sun, Moeller will become the new offensive line coach of the Cleveland Browns after spending six years with the Ravens — the last three as offensive line coach. Castillo served as the Ravens’ run-game coordinator last year, essentially resulting in a demotion for Moeller as the offensive line dealt with injuries and performed poorly in an 8-8 season.
New Cleveland head coach Mike Pettine worked on the same staff as Moeller in Baltimore during Harbaugh’s first season as the Ravens head coach. Pettine served as a defensive assistant for seven years in Baltimore under Brian Billick and Harbaugh.
Assistant offensive line coach Todd Washington appears likely to remain on the Baltimore staff after turning down the offensive line coach position at USC earlier this winter.

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