EDEN PRAIRIE (AP) -- Former Portland State assistant Randy Hanson will be the Minnesota Vikings' offensive quality control coach, filling out Mike Tice's staff.
Hanson, who spent the last three years with Portland State, also coached at Eastern Washington and the University of Washington.
He replaces Jim Panagos, who moved to defensive quality control to take Pete Bercich's spot. Bercich moved to the defensive line to assist George O'Leary, who was promoted to defensive coordinator when Willie Shaw was fired.
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