Former New York Jets offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains has found a new job in football.

The long-time NFL assistant is returning to his gridiron roots, as Trey Biddy of Hawg Sports reports that Loggains will serve as the tight ends coach for the SEC’s Arkansas Razorbacks. It’s Loggains’ first coaching job at the collegiate level.

Loggains, 40, previously repped the Razorbacks on the field as a reserve quarterback for two seasons. He had held a variety of roles in the NFL since 2008, including offensive coordinator stints in Tennessee (2012-13), Chicago (2016-17), Miami (2018) and New York (2019-20).

Loggains was a staple of Adam Gase‘s coaching staff with the Dolphins and Jets. The pair struggled to put up points in New York, scoring a league-worst 519 over the last two seasons.