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More details on Patriots’ relentless pursuit of OL coach Adrian Klemm emerge

The New England Patriots hired former offensive coordinator candidate Adrian Klemm on Monday, and a new report sheds light on how the hiring came together for the Patriots.

Klemm is taking over the offensive line coach position, according to Patriots.com’s Evan Lazar. It was reported last week that Klemm was going back to Oregon, per NESN’s Dakota Randall, but New England continued to make a push behind the scenes to get him.

During an appearance on Zolak & Bertrand, via Randall, NBC Sports Boston’s Albert Breer noted on Monday that news was probably going to break regarding a move on New England’s coaching staff. That report was quickly confirmed by Klemm coming to the Patriots shortly thereafter.

The hires of both Klemm and O’Brien could help the Patriots upgrade their offense, as it looks to transition to a more modern scheme. This is a crucial year for the organization with the offense looking to finally get back on track.

Adding Klemm could be another piece to the equation in helping the organization right the ship.

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Story originally appeared on Patriots Wire