The Redskins announced on Wednesday they’ve hired Kevin Carberry as their assistant offensive line coach and Shane Waldron as offensive quality control.

Carberry spent the past two seasons as an offensive assistant with the Dallas Cowboys in his only NFL experience, including a season with offensive line coach Bill Callahan in 2014 before Callahan joined the Redskins. Carberry has had coaching stops as a defensive graduate assistant at Kansas from 2009 to ’11 and as a defensive ends coach at Stephen F. Austin from 2012-13 before switching over to the offensive side with the Cowboys. Carberry played defensive end at the University of Ohio, where he earned all-MAC honors as a senior. He spent a season on the Detroit Lions’ practice squad in 2005 and with the now-defunct NFL Europe’s Berlin Thunder in 2006.

Carberry will replace Shane Day, who became the tight ends coach for the Miami Dolphins last month. Waldron will replace Dave Ragone, who took a job as the Chicago Bears’ quarterbacks coach. This will be Waldron’s sixth season in the NFL after serving five years as an operations intern, operations assistant, quality control and tight ends coach for the New England Patriots from 2002-04 and 2008-09.  The Portland, Ore. native spent the past four years at the University of Massachusetts as a recruiting coordinator, tight ends coach and recently as the offensive line coach. Waldron was a three-year letterman as a tight end and long snapper at Tufts University.

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