Another Michigan staff member is on his way out of Ann Arbor.

Wednesday night, Ian Rapoport of reported that Michigan linebackers coach Anthony Campanile is leaving Ann Arbor to become a defensive position coach with the NFL’s Miami Dolphins. He’s the third defensive assistant/analyst to leave the program since the end of the season, joining Chris Partridge (Ole Miss) and Nate Woody (Army).

Campanile was a popular figure this offseason. There was reportedly an ongoing recruiting war between Jeff Hafley at Boston College and Greg Schiano at Rutgers to bring Campanile onto their respective staffs as the defensive coordinator. Neither of those situations worked out, however.

This will be Campanile’s first stop at the NFL. He spent one season at Michigan and was an assistant at Boston College from 2016-18. He also worked at Rutgers from 2012-15.

Michigan finished the 2019 season with a 9-4 record.