ST. LOUIS - 2008: La'Roi Glover of the St. Louis...

ST. LOUIS - 2008: La'Roi Glover of the St. Louis Rams poses for his 2008 NFL headshot at photo day in St. Louis, Missouri. (Photo by Getty Images) Credit: Getty Images / Getty Images

INDIANAPOLIS — The Jets put the finishing touches on their coaching staff Tuesday with the hiring of former NFL defensive tackle La’Roi Glover as an assistant defensive line coach.

In a corresponding move, offensive quality control coach Robby Brown will now be a defensive assistant.

Glover, who was the Rams’ director of player engagement for the past seven years, was a six-time Pro Bowler and a four-time All-Pro selection during his 13-year NFL career. He played for the Raiders, Saints, and Cowboys before ending his career with the Rams (2006-08). In 2000, he led the league with 17 sacks, which is second-most for any defensive tackle in NFL history.

The Jets named former Giants and Browns assistant Robert Nunn as their new defensive line coach on Jan. 31.

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