The Cleveland Browns' coaching staff is taking shape.
Veteran assistant coaches Jimmy Raye and George DeLeone are being hired by new coach Mike Pettine, according to FOX Sports..
Raye will be a senior offensive assistant. DeLeone will be an assistant offensive line coach.
Raye has been an offensive coordinator before, lastly with the San Francisco 49ers in 2010.
Raye was an offensive assistant last season for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
DeLeone was last an assistant at Connecticut. His NFL experience was with the Miami Dolphins as tight ends coach and a year as offensive line coach with the San Diego Chargers.
Former Ravens offensive line coach Andy Moeller is the Browns' offensive line coach.
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