The Cleveland Browns released a statement on Monday that they have suspended offensive line coach Andy Moeller indefinitely:
"Browns offensive line coach Andy Moeller has been suspended indefinitely by the team effective immediately. Over the weekend, Andy was involved in an incident, involving allegations that we take very seriously. We have followed our internal protocol, determining that right now it is best for the team and for Andy to take time away from the organization to focus on his personal matters. We are going to respect the process of investigation on this personal matter and will have no further comment at this time."
Head coach Mike Pettine said that in Moeller's absence, the offensive line room will be handled by assistant line coach George DeLeone and senior offensive assistant Kurt Roper. It is not yet clear what incident happened over the weekend with Moeller, but he has a history of alcohol abuse. In 2011, he was found guilty for DUI, his third alcohol-related incident in four years.
Moeller joined the Browns in 2014 after having spent six years with the Baltimore Ravens.