Browns' Pettine fills out coaching staff

The Sports NetworkFebruary 6, 2014 

Berea, OH (SportsNetwork.com) - Cleveland Browns head coach Mike Pettine filled out his staff for the 2014 season.

The most notable name on the new staff is running backs coach Wilbert Montgomery. The former Philadelphia Eagles star had spent the past six years as running backs coach for the Baltimore Ravens.

Dowell Loggains was named the quarterbacks coach. He spent the past eight years with Tennessee, including 2010-12 as quarterbacks coach and last year served as the Titans' offensive coordinator.

Others named to the staff were: George DeLeone as assistant offensive line coach, Chris DiSanto as assistant strength and conditioning coach, Richard Hightower as offensive quality control coach, Derik Keyes as assistant strength and conditioning coach, Mike McDaniel as wide receivers coach, Andy Moeller as offensive line coach, Paul Ricci as strength and conditioning coach, Tony Tuioti as defensive quality control coach and Anthony Weaver as defensive line coach.

Kyle Shanahan was named the offensive coordinator earlier this week, while Jim O'Neil was previously tabbed as defensive coordinator.

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