Cleveland — The Browns say they have parted ways with suspended offensive line coach Andy Moeller, the former Michigan player and assistant coach.
Moeller was recently investigated for an alleged domestic assault against his fiancee at his home in Berea, Ohio. The city’s prosecutor decided not to press any charges against Moeller, who was indefinitely suspended by the Browns two days after the incident.
The team released a statement saying it mutually agreed to part ways with Moeller, who told the team “he desires to devote his full attention and focus on his family.”
Moeller was in his second season on Mike Pettine’s staff with Cleveland. He was suspended for two games in 2011 while with Baltimore for violating the NFL’s personal conduct policy following a drunken driving conviction.