Bill Callahan works with the offensive line. (Pete Marovich For The Washington Post)

Washington Redskins assistant offensive line coach Kevin Carberry is leaving to join Stanford’s football staff, a source confirmed.

Carberry, who spent the past two seasons working under veteran offensive line coach Bill Callahan, will be Stanford’s run game coordinator and offensive line coach.

Since becoming the Redskins’ assistant offensive line coach in February 2016, Carberry helped oversee a unit that yielded two Pro Bowlers — left tackle Trent Williams and right guard Brandon Scherff — for the first time since Mark Schlereth and Jim Lachey were named to the team in 1991.

Carberry spent the 2014-15 seasons as an offensive assistant for the Dallas Cowboys. Before that, he was a defensive graduate assistant at Kansas (2009-11) and coached defensive ends at Stephen F. Austin (2012-13). As a player, he spent the 2005 season with the Detroit Lions and also played for NFL Europe and Arena Football League teams.

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