- Joined the Packers on Jan. 24, 2019.
- Previously spent two seasons (2017-18) as the assistant offensive line coach for the San Francisco 49ers.
- In 2019, guided T David Bakhtiari to Pro Bowl recognition and second-team All-Pro honors from The Associated Press, his fourth consecutive season receiving All-Pro recognition.
- In 2018, helped coach an offensive line that cleared the way for second-year RB Matt Breida to average 5.32 yards per carry (No. 4 in the NFL), good for No. 3 in franchise single-season history (min. 150 att.) behind only FB Joe Perry (6.06 in 1954) and RB Frank Gore (5.43 in 2006).
- In his first season on San Francisco's staff in 2017, helped tutor an offensive line that contributed to the 49ers averaging 349.2 yards per game (No. 12 in the NFL), including an average of 245.3 passing yards per game (No. 9 in the league).
- Prior to joining the 49ers, spent six years in the college ranks, coaching the offensive line at San Jose State (2015-16) and Northern Arizona (2014). Began his coaching career at his alma mater, the University of Michigan, as a strength and conditioning intern in 2011 before serving as a graduate assistant for the Wolverines for two seasons (2012-13).
- A Marshfield, Wis., native, he went on to become a two-time All-Big Ten first-team selection for Michigan at left tackle (2004-05).
- Was on Green Bay's practice squad for the final six weeks of the 2006 season and was with the Packers during 2007 training camp. Also spent time on the practice squad of the Houston Texans in 2008-09.