Kyle DeVan becomes Arizona’s new offensive line coach
The Arizona Wildcats have hired Kyle DeVan as its new offensive line coach, the team announced Saturday.
DeVan played his college ball at Oregon State before signing with the Washington Redskins as an undrafted free agent in 2008.
The former guard had stints with the Jets, Eagles and Titans, and was the starting right guard for the Indianapolis Colts in Super Bowl XLIV.
The five-year veteran left the game following the 2012 season, but returned as an assistant offensive line coach for the New Orleans Saints in 2015 and later became Ball State’s offensive line coach from 2016-18.
The 33-year-old turns 34 on Feb. 10, just eight days after becoming Arizona’s new offensive line coach.
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