Coaches

Wade Harman
Tight Ends Coach

Biography

Wade Harman returns to the Falcons for his third season as the team’s tight ends coach after spending the 2014 season as the assistant offensive line coach.

Last season, Harman coached rookie TE Austin Hooper who made a major contribution to the team by catching 19 passes for 271 yards and three touchdowns. Hooper also caught a touchdown pass in Super Bowl LI. Also, TE Levine Toilolo caught 13 passes for a carer high 264 yards and two touchdowns under the tutelage of Harman.

In 2015, TE Jacob Tamme recorded a career high in receiving yards (657), along with posting 59 receptions and one touchdown under Harman’s tutelage. Tamme also posted his first 100-yard receiving game of his career in 2015, when he hauled in 10 catches for 103 yards with one touchdown at Tampa Bay (10/11).

Atlanta added a tight end during the 2016 Draft, when they selected Austin Hooper out of Stanford. Hooper will add to Harman’s tight end group, and comes to the NFL as an accomplished pass catching tight end at the college level. He tallied 74 receptions for 937 yards and eight touchdowns in his college career.

Harman spent 15 seasons as a member of the Baltimore Ravens coaching staff as the club’s tight ends coach, and also served as the assistant offensive line coach from 1999-2007. He served as the Ravens tight ends coach and assistant offensive line coach from 1999-07, after spending two seasons as a coaching assistant with the Minnesota Vikings.

Harman began his coaching career at Utah State in 1987 as a graduate assistant before becoming the running backs (1993-95)/wide receivers coach (1992) at the University of the Pacific.

He spent 1996 as the offensive coordinator/offensive line coach at Morningside College before joining the Vikings. Harman was the longest tenured member of the Ravens coaching staff and was the only coach to be a part of both of Baltimore’s Super Bowl winning teams (2000 & 2012).

Wade Harman returns to the Falcons for his third season as the team’s tight ends coach after spending the 2014 season as the assistant offensive line coach.

Last season, Harman coached rookie TE Austin Hooper who made a major contribution to the team by catching 19 passes for 271 yards and three touchdowns. Hooper also caught a touchdown pass in Super Bowl LI. Also, TE Levine Toilolo caught 13 passes for a carer high 264 yards and two touchdowns under the tutelage of Harman.

In 2015, TE Jacob Tamme recorded a career high in receiving yards (657), along with posting 59 receptions and one touchdown under Harman’s tutelage. Tamme also posted his first 100-yard receiving game of his career in 2015, when he hauled in 10 catches for 103 yards with one touchdown at Tampa Bay (10/11).

Atlanta added a tight end during the 2016 Draft, when they selected Austin Hooper out of Stanford. Hooper will add to Harman’s tight end group, and comes to the NFL as an accomplished pass catching tight end at the college level. He tallied 74 receptions for 937 yards and eight touchdowns in his college career.

Harman spent 15 seasons as a member of the Baltimore Ravens coaching staff as the club’s tight ends coach, and also served as the assistant offensive line coach from 1999-2007. He served as the Ravens tight ends coach and assistant offensive line coach from 1999-07, after spending two seasons as a coaching assistant with the Minnesota Vikings.

Harman began his coaching career at Utah State in 1987 as a graduate assistant before becoming the running backs (1993-95)/wide receivers coach (1992) at the University of the Pacific.

He spent 1996 as the offensive coordinator/offensive line coach at Morningside College before joining the Vikings. Harman was the longest tenured member of the Ravens coaching staff and was the only coach to be a part of both of Baltimore’s Super Bowl winning teams (2000 & 2012).

 

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