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Former Michigan head coach Brady Hoke is on the move to the NFL ranks.

According to SiriusXM and Sporting News' Alex Marvez, Hoke has accepted a position with the Carolina Panthers to be a defensive line coach.

Prior to accepting the position with the Panthers, Hoke was the associate head coach and defensive line coach with Tennessee for one season before become interim head coach after Butch Jones had been fired by the program. He was not retained in the coaching change. Before that, Hoke was the defensive coordinator for Oregon for one season.