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After his 15-year run as Ravens tight ends coach came to an end late last month, it appears Wade Harman is catching on with the Atlanta Falcons coaching staff.
Harman is expected to be hired by Falcons head coach Mike Smith, who coached on the Ravens staff under Brian Billick from 1999 through 2002. FootballScoop.com reported that the pair will reunite after Harman was replaced by new tight ends coach Brian Pariani, who arrived with new offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak from the former Houston Texans staff.
The only coach to be with the Ravens for both of their Super Bowl wins, Harman coached a number of talented tight ends including Hall of Famer Shannon Sharpe, Todd Heap, and Dennis Pitta.
 
 

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