FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. (AP) -- The Atlanta Falcons have hired former Ravens longtime assistant Wade Harman as assistant offensive line coach.
Harman spent the last 15 seasons on Baltimore's staff, including the last six as the tight ends coach. He coached the Ravens tight ends and assisted on the offensive line from 1999-07. He previously spent two years on the Minnesota Vikings' staff.
Harman was the only coach to be a part of Baltimore's Super Bowl championship teams in 2000 and 2012.
The Falcons announced Mike Tice as offensive line coach on Jan. 8. Tice and Harman replace Pat Hill and Paul Dunn, who were fired after the Falcons' 4-12 season.