Notre Dame defensive line and special teams coach Mike Elston is back at full capacity this week.
Elston missed a little more than a week of practice with a virus that kept him from attending the Michigan game. He returned to the team last Thursday and traveled to Michigan State on Saturday, but he was in a non-coaching capacity.
"We made that change with the NCAA to put Mike Elston back in a coaching capacity," Kelly said.
Kelly said Lorenzo Guess, who coached tight ends when tight ends coach Mike Denbrock took over coaching the defensive line in Elston's absence, will return to his role as the assistant director of strength and conditioning. Denbrock will coach the tight ends again.
"It is great to have that kind of flexibility on your staff," Kelly said.