Indiana is hiring another former NFL assistant to join its offensive staff for the upcoming season.

Bruce Feldman of The Athletic is reporting that the Hoosiers are expected to hire Adam Henry to be the new wide receivers coach and co-offensive coordinator. He spent the past two years with the Dallas Cowboys, working with the receiver.

An announcement is expected to come sometime next week out of IU. Tom Allen also hired former NFL assistant Craig Johnson to be the next running backs coach in Bloomington, replacing Deland McCullough.

Henry has been in the NFL since 2007, starting his professional coaching career with the Oakland Raiders as an offensive quality control analyst. He then moved to tight ends coach with the team, a role he was in from 2009-11.

Henry has also had stops as the wide receivers coach with the San Francisco 49ers (2015), New York Giants (2016-17) and Cleveland Browns (2018-19).

Between stops in the NFL, Henry spent 3 seasons at LSU (2012-14), where he worked with receivers and was also the passing game coordinator for the Tigers. He spent 10 seasons at McNeese State, his alma mater, working as the wide receivers coach from 1997-2005 and then becoming offensive coordinator in 2006.

Following a disastrous 2021 season, Allen fired previous offensive coordinator Nick Sheridan and hired former Maryland OC and UMass head coach Walt Bell. It appears Bell and Henry will work together trying to fix the IU offense for the 2022 season.