PASADENA, California (WKBN) — Two former Cleveland Browns have been named to the coaching staff for the 11th annual NFLPA Collegiate Bowl which will be played later this month.

The game features some of the top draft-eligible players from colleges and conferences across the nation.

Former Cleveland special teams’ ace Josh Cribbs has been named the special teams’ coach for the American Team, which is led by head coach Jeff Fisher, who is a former NFL head coach with the Titans and Rams.

Cribbs spent eight seasons with the Browns (2005-12) and is tied for second all-time in NFL history with the most kickoff return touchdowns in NFL history (8).

Meanwhile, former Browns’ backup quarterback Seneca Wallace will serve as quarterbacks coach for the National Team which is led by former Ohio State and Tennessee Titans standout Eddie George.

Wallace played two seasons in Cleveland (2010-11) appearing in 14 games with 7 starts. He tossed for 1,261 yards with 6 touchdown passes.

The 11th NFLPA Collegiate Bowl will be played on Saturday, January 28 at the historic Rose Bowl Stadium in California.