Tedy Bruschi is getting back to Arizona football.
The school declared Monday Bruschi will fill in as a senior counselor to new mentor Jedd Fisch.
Bruschi was a double cross agreement All-American and the Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year during his four-year spell in Tucson from 1992 to 1995. He proceeded to play 13 NFL seasons with the New England Patriots, winning three Super Bowls prior to retiring in 2009.
Bruschi has filled in as a lead investigator at ESPN after his retirement.
His duties at Arizona will remember serving for the chief football supervisory crew and as an advisor to the football staff. He likewise will help Fisch with graduated class relations, raising money, social equity activities and understudy competitor improvement off the field.
Fisch was hired a month ago to replace Kevin Sumlin.
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