The Philadelphia Eagles addressed their lone vacant position on Monday by agreeing to terms with Mike Groh as the team's wide receivers coach.
"We are excited to add Mike Groh to our coaching staff," coach Doug Pederson said. "Mike brings with him a vast array of experience coaching wide receivers in the NFL and college. Over his career, he has demonstrated a great ability as a teacher and as a motivator and we look forward to him getting started in Philadelphia."
Groh served as the passing game coordinator and wide receivers coach with the Los Angeles Rams last season. He also was the wide receivers coach with the Chicago Bears (2013-15) after coaching stints at the University of Alabama.
Jordan Matthews led Philadelphia's wide receivers in most passing categories this past season, including receptions (73), yards (804) and touchdowns (three).