Former Colts offensive coordinator Pep Hamilton will join Hue Jackson’s staff with the Browns.
Though the Browns have made no official announcements, NFL Network’s Albert Breer reported Wednesday that Hamilton and Hal Hunter will join Kirby Wilson and Al Saunders, both of whom had been previously confirmed to be joining the team’s offensive staff. Ray Horton will be the defensive coordinator.
Per ESPN’s Adam Schefer, Hamilton’s title with the Browns will be associate head coach/offense. Per Breer, Hunter will be the offensive line coach.
Jackson will call his own plays, and Hamilton will coach the quarterbacks.
Hamilton, 41, was offensive coordinator at Stanford in 2011-12 and the Colts offensive coordinator from 2013 until he was fired last October. Hunter spent the last three seasons with the Colts and was the offensive line coach in 2015.