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Browns bring in veteran coach Paul Dunn to assist with O-line

The Browns have added Paul Dunn to their offensive coaching staff to help assist George DeLeone with the offensive line.

DeLeone recently took the lead with the group when former offensive line coach Andy Moeller was suspended. Moeller and the Browns on Tuesday announced they mutually agreed to part ways.

"I have a lot of respect for Paul. I've known him for a long time," Browns coach Mike Pettine said. "He's coached in the NFL for a good number of years."

Dunn worked alongside Browns tight ends coach Brian Angelichio and secondary coach Jeff Hafley at Pittsburgh as well as with wide receivers coach Joker Phillips at Kentucky.

Dunn, 55, last worked as the Houston Texans' offensive line coach in 2014. He spent the previous six seasons with the Atlanta Falcons, where he was an assistant offensive line coach from 2008-2011 and offensive line coach from 2012-2013.

Before he arrived in Atlanta, Dunn was an offensive line coach at a variety of colleges, including Pittsburgh (where he played as an offensive guard in the late 1970s and early 1980s), Rutgers, Kansas State and Vanderbilt.

Dunn's title with the team is offensive assistant - offensive line

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