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By PFW staff

Ravens offensive line coach Andy Moeller was sentenced to two years of supervised probation Monday after being found guilty of driving under the influence. According to PFW correspondent Jamison Hensley of the Baltimore Sun, Moeller is likely to receive a suspension from the NFL for violating the league's personal-conduct policy.

A Baltimore County District Court judge has ordered Moeller to abstain from alcohol and continue his rehabilitation, which includes two Alcohol Anonymous meetings a week, random drug testing and direct reports to the court every 60 days.

"I understand the seriousness of the charges and take responsibility," Moeller said to the newspaper before receiving his sentence. "I will never put myself in this position again."

Moeller has been with the organization for the past three seasons as an assistant offensive line coach before being promoted to his current position in January. He spent the seven seasons prior to that coaching at the University of Michigan, a school where his father Gary was once head coach.

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