Former Arkansas assistant Kurt Anderson will join Pat Fitzgerald’s coaching staff at Northwestern, according to a report by FootballScoop.
According to the report, Anderson will serve in an off-the-field role as a quality control analyst.
His coaching career began at Indiana State in 2005 as an assistant. He returned to Michigan and served as a graduate assistant for the next two seasons. After spending five seasons on the coaching staff at Eastern Michigan, Anderson later joined the Buffalo Bills and was the offensive line coach for then-coach Rex Ryan from 2013 to ’15.
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