Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly has filled out his coaching staff.
Kelly will name former Washington Redskins quarterbacks coach Matt LaFleur to the same position with the Irish, according to multiple reports.
The Washington Post first reported that LeFleur accepted the position. The university has not made an official announcement.
Kelly is expected to promote outside receivers coach Mike Denbrock, who served as the team's offensive coordinator in the Pinstripe Bowl, to offensive coordinator.
Kelly also said earlier this month that he will resume play-calling duties after former offensive coordinator Chuck Martin, who called plays last season, left to become the head coach at Miami (Ohio).
The hiring of LeFleur is the second time Kelly has reunited with a coach from his past to fill a vacancy.
LeFleur was an offensive assistant on Kelly's Central Michigan staff from 2004 to 2004.
Kelly officially hired Brian VanGorder, who was on the Grand Valley State coaching staff with Kelly from 1989 to 1991, as the Irish's defensive coordinator on Jan. 13. VanGorder replaced Bob Diaco, who left the Irish to become the head coach at Connecticut.