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  • Tight Ends/Assistant Offensive Line
  • Born: October 1, 1963, Corydon, IA
  • 3rd year w/Ravens
  • 15th Year Coaching
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  • Wade Harman  

    Wade Harman is in his third year coaching tight ends for the Ravens. Last season, the Ravens signed future Hall of Famer Shannon Sharpe, and he led the team with 67 catches for 810 yards and five TDs, plus added huge plays in the postseason, catching six passes for 230 yards and two TDs. Sharpe needs 44 receptions and 188 yards to eclipse Ozzie Newsome's NFL marks of 662 receptions for 7,980 yards. Baltimore drafted Arizona State TE Todd Heap with its first pick (31st overall) in the NFL draft last April.

    Harman spent two seasons (1997-98) with the Vikings as a coaching assistant, helping tutor the Vikings’ offensive line under offensive line coach Mike Tice. He also assisted the coaching staff with playbook development, practice plans and schedules, game plans, opponents’ scouting reports and assisted the pro personnel department with player evaluations.

    Harman came to the Vikings in April of 1997 after serving as offensive coordinator and offensive line coach at Morningside College in Sioux City, IA. He coached a variety of offensive positions at the University of the Pacific from 1992-95 and also monitored administrative affairs for the football program.

    He entered the coaching ranks in 1987 at Utah State, where he worked as a graduate assistant and worked under then-offensive coordinator Brian Billick. Harman was a linebacker at Utah State after transferring from Drake. He earned a master’s degree in health, physical education and recreation from Utah State in 1988. Wade and his wife, Angie, have two daughters, Madison (3/7/95) and Rylee (5/23/97), and a son, Hunter (2/17/00). The Harmans live in Reisterstown, MD.

    Coaching Background: 1987-91 (Utah State); 1992-95 (University of the Pacific); 1996 (Morningside College); 1997-98 (Minnesota Vikings); 1999-2001 (Baltimore Ravens).

    Last updated on 8/22/01.



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