Alex Van Pelt becomes Cleveland Browns’ newest offensive coordinator
Longtime QB-turned-coach joins Stefanski’s staff
CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - Alex Van Pelt, an 11-year NFL veteran who went on to coach quarterbacks in Green Bay and Cincinnati--and was also the Bills’ offensive coordinator in 2009--is joining Kevin Stefanski’s staff as offensive coordinator, 19 News has confirmed.
Van Pelt was Aaron Rodgers’ QB coach with the Packers from 2014-17, during which Rodgers had two 4,000-yard seasons.
He will be the fourth coordinator to coach Baker Mayfield in three seasons, following Todd Haley, Freddie Kitchens and Todd Monken.
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