FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) — The New York Jets have hired Dave DeGuglielmo as offensive line coach, replacing Bill Callahan.

DeGuglielmo joins the Jets after spending the last three seasons with the Miami Dolphins as their offensive line coach. Earlier this month, the Jets hired former Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano as their offensive coordinator.

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DeGuglielmo also spent five seasons with the New York Giants as an assistant offensive line coach and quality control coach, winning a Super Bowl after the 2007 season.

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He also has coached at South Carolina.

DeGuglielmo played guard and center at Boston University. Sparano was his offensive coordinator there.

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