FAYETTEVILLE - Arkansas will hire Buffalo Bills assistant offensive line coach Kurt Anderson as the Razorbacks' offensive line coach, according to a report by CoachingSearch.com.
Citing an unnamed source, the website reported Anderson had accepted the job. The Razorbacks have yet to officially announce the hire.
Arkansas coach Bret Bielema said last month he would look at coaches in college and the NFL to fill the position. Former Arkansas offensive line coach Sam Pittman accepted a job in the same role at Georgia last month.
Anderson has spent the last three seasons with the NFL's Bills and was the team's interim offensive line coach for six games in 2015. He has previous college coaching experience at Eastern Michigan and Indiana State, and was a graduate assistant at his alma mater Michigan.
While at Michigan, Anderson played against Arkansas in the 1999 Citrus Bowl.