Cleveland Browns head coach Mike Pettine named 11 more assistants to his initial coaching staff.
Pettine on Wednesday named George DeLeone assistant offensive line coach, Chris DiSanto assistant strength and conditioning coach, Richard Hightower offensive quality control coach, Dowell Loggains quarterbacks coach, Derik Keyes assistant strength and conditioning coach, Mike McDaniel wide receivers coach, Andy Moeller offensive line coach, Wilbert Montgomery running backs coach, Paul Ricci strength and conditioning coach, Tony Tuioti defensive quality control coach and Anthony Weaver defensive line coach.
The Browns coaching staff also includes coordinators Jim O'Neil (defense), Kyle Shanahan (offense) and Chris Tabor (special teams), and assistants Brian Angelichio (tight ends), Bobby Babich (assistant secondary), Chuck Driesbach (linebackers), Brian Fleury (assistant linebackers), Jeff Hafley (secondary) and Shawn Mennenga (assistant special teams).
DeLeone is a veteran coach of 41 seasons, including the last three at Connecticut where he served as offensive coordinator from 2011-12 and associate head coach/offensive line in 2013. On the professional level, he was the San Diego Chargers offensive line coach (1997) and the tight ends coach for the Miami Dolphins (2008-10).
DiSanto first joined the Browns as assistant strength and conditioning coach in 2013. DiSanto spent the 2012 season in the same position at the University of California. He served four seasons (2008-11) as assistant strength and conditioning coach with the Oakland Raiders.
Hightower, who spent the past four seasons with the Washington Redskins, owns eight years of coaching experience, including seven in the NFL. After spending two years (2010-11) as the Redskins' assistant special teams coach, Hightower acquired additional duties assisting the defensive backs in 2012.
Loggains spent the past eight years (2006-13) with the Tennessee Titans. He served as the offensive coordinator in 2013 and during the final five games in 2012. Loggains was the Titans quarterbacks coach from 2010-12.
Keyes first joined the Browns as assistant strength and conditioning coach in 2013. He spent the 2012 season in the same capacity with the Houston Texans.
McDaniel spent the past three seasons with the Washington Redskins, first as an offensive assistant (2011-12) before serving last season as wide receivers coach.
Moeller spent the past six seasons (2008-13) with the Baltimore Ravens. He was an assistant offensive coach for three years before spending the past three as offensive line coach.
Montgomery spent the past six seasons (2008-13) as the Baltimore Ravens running backs coach. During his time in Baltimore, the Ravens made five playoff appearances, captured two division titles and won Super Bowl XLVII.
Ricci spent the past two seasons (2012-13) as an assistant strength and conditioning coach with the New York Jets.
Tuioti spent the past six seasons at Hawaii. He served as the team's linebackers coach (2012-13), defensive tackles coach (2010-11) and director of player personnel (2008-09).
Weaver spent last season as the defensive line coach with the Buffalo Bills. Prior to Buffalo, Weaver spent the 2012 season as the assistant defensive line coach with the New York Jets.