Jim Harbaugh is shaking up his offensive staff to adjust for Josh Gattis’ departure from Miami.

On Wednesday, Michigan announced former offensive lineman Grant Newsome will be the new tight ends coach in Ann Arbor. He has been part of the staff for the past two seasons as a graduate assistant, primarily working with the offensive line.

Newsome played at Michigan from 2015-17 but was forced to medically retire because of a serious injury. He has worked on the staff in some capacity since his playing career came to an end.

In addition to hiring Newsome as a full-time assistant, Michigan is also moving Sherrone Moore and Matt Weiss into co-offensive coordinator roles for the upcoming season. Moore will continue to work with the offensive line and Weiss will still coach quarterbacks.

Ron Bellamy will move from the defensive side of the football to begin coaching wide receivers — another void left by Gattis when he left for Miami. Jay Harbaugh will shift over to coach safeties while still controlling special teams.

Mike Hart will be the run game coordinator and running backs coach.