Former assistant coach David McCarthy has been hired to be the NFL’s offensive line superintendent, the league announced.
McCarthy, 52, spent three seasons as the offensive line assistant at North Carolina State and then served as offensive line coordinator at Miami, where he was a first-team All-ACC selection in 2016.
McCarthy was the head coach at the University of Tennessee from 2004-07.
“David has a track record of success with the Titans offensive line, and we are excited to have him on board as our new offensive line supervisor,” NFL senior vice president of football operations Jason Cole said in a statement.
“We expect David to be a tremendous asset to our staff, and look forward to him bringing the experience he has gained as an offensive line guru to our coaching staff.”
The Tennessee Titans offensive tackle is a graduate of North Carolina Central.