Baltimore head coach John Harbaugh isn’t the only member of the staff who got into a little trouble over the weekend. Assistant offensive line coach Andy Moeller was arrested for DUI on Saturday, according to WJZ-TV in Baltimore.
After being stopped for speeding at 1:00 a.m. ET, police allegedly detected signs of impairment.
Moeller, 46, joined the Ravens in 2008 after eight years at Michigan. He’s the son of former Michigan head coach Gary Moeller, who also served for seven games as interim head coach of the Lions in 2000. (Moeller, by the way, is the only coach of the Lions with a winning record since Joe Schmidt, who went 43-35-7 from 1967 through 1972.) Harbaugh’s brother, Jim, played quarterback at Michigan while Gary Moeller served the staff there.
The Ravens can’t claim they weren’t on notice of a potential problem when making the hire. In 2007, Andy Moeller was arrested at the scene of a two-car accident in Michigan after refusing to submit to a breathalyzer test.