The Washington Redskins named Randy Jordan as running backs coach on Sunday.

Jordan, 43, spent the last two years as the running backs coach at the University of North Carolina.

Jordan joins new coach Jay Gruden's staff that now includes offensive coordinator Sean McVay, wide receivers coach Ike Hilliard, tight ends coach Wes Phillips and offensive line coach Chris Foerster.

Jordan replaces Bobby Turner, who was a longtime assistant to former coach Mike Shanahan in both Denver and Washington.

Jordan is a veteran of nine NFL seasons as a player from 1993-2002, appearing in 122 career games with the Oakland Raiders and Jacksonville Jaguars.

Jordan began his coaching career in 2003 as a special teams assistant with the Raiders. From 2004-07, he served as running backs coach at Nebraska. Following his time with Nebraska, Jordan oversaw the running backs at Texas A&M from 2008-11.