The Cleveland Browns have named Steve Marshall as offensive line coach, Tom Myslinski as strength and conditioning coach and Alan DeGennaro as assistant strength and conditioning coach, the club announced Monday.
Marshall brings 23 years of collegiate experience along with four years at the NFL level to the Browns. Marshall joins the Browns from the University of Alabama, where he had recently joined Nick Saban's staff. Marshall previously served four seasons with the Houston Texans as offensive line coach (2004-05) and assistant offensive line coach (2002-03).
Myslinski joins the Browns from the University of Pittsburgh where he recently was appointed assistant strength and conditioning coach. Myslinski served with the Browns as a part-time assistant strength coach in 2002-03 and as assistant strength and conditioning coach in 2004. Following his nine-year NFL career, Myslinski has served nearly10 years as a strength and conditioning coach, both duringoffseasons from hisNFL career and following the conclusion of his playing career.
DeGennaro has resided in the Pittsburgh area for the past seven years working with collegiate, amateur and high school athletes. DeGennaro was assistant strength and conditioning coach at the University of Pittsburgh from 2000-01 and worked as the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center from 2001-03.