Michigan Football Update: Wolverines Add Assistant To Staff

    The Michigan football coaching staff for 2016 has taken more shape. The Wolverines have hired former Cleveland Browns defensive quality control assistant Tony Tuioti.

    March 2, 2016

    Jim Harbaugh has added another piece to the Michigan Wovlerines’ 2016 coaching staff.


    The Michigan football coaching staff for 2016 has taken more shape. According to CoachingSearch.com, and first reported by 247Sports, the Wolverines have hired former Cleveland Browns defensive quality control assistant Tony Tuioti.

    The exact capacity Tuioti will be working under Jim Harbaugh was not reported as of posting.

    Prior to joining the Browns for the 2014-15 seasons, Tuioti spent several years with the University of Hawaii. He held multiple roles within the coaching staff, including director of player personnel, defensive tackles coach and linebackers coach.

    Tuioti is one of several new additions to the Michigan football coaching staff, joining the likes of new offensive analyst Antonio Richards and defensive analyst Devin Bush Sr., the father of 2016 signee Devin Bush Jr.

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