Dan Lanning shared positive news in regards to Oregon offensive line coach Adrian Klemm on Wednesday afternoon.

Klemm, who reportedly interviewed with the New England Patriots last month, is expected to remain with the Ducks for the 2023 season. Lanning told reporters on Wednesday that he’s not “anticipating” any changes with regards to Klemm.

“I don’t anticipate any changes as of right now,” Lanning said. “Obviously, Adrian is a phenomenal coach, but not currently anticipating any changes there.”

Klemm just finished his 1st season with Oregon. Previously, he was the OL coach for the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2021. He was the Steelers’ assistant OL coach from 2019-20.

Prior to his work in Pittsburgh, Klemm worked for UCLA and SMU.

If Oregon is able to keep Klemm, it would be a big deal for the Ducks’ continuity on that side of the ball. Oregon already lost former offensive coordinator Kenny Dillingham to Arizona State earlier this offseason.