The changes to the New England Patriots’ coaching staff are still ongoing.

Oregon offensive line coach and assistant head coach Adrian Klemm is expected to leave his current post to join the Patriots as an assistant offensive coach, which will be an “offensive-line based role,” ESPN’s Pete Thamel and Mike Reiss reported Monday. Klemm will receive a pay raise, Thamel added.

Klemm was actually Bill Belichick’s first draft pick when he joined the Patriots in 2000, selecting him in the second round of the draft that year. After five seasons with the Patriots and a season with the Green Bay Packers, Klemm retired from playing in 2006 and became an offensive line coach at the college level. He was an offensive line coach for SMU and UCLA over eight seasons before joining the Pittsburgh Steelers to become their offensive line coach in 2019.