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Ravens promote Richard Angulo to tight ends coach

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Ravens also promoted Chris Hewitt to defensive backs coach and Matt Weiss to cornerbacks coach.

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Ever thought Richard Angulo would be Baltimore's new tight ends coach? No? That makes two of us.

Apparently the Ravens coach John Harbaugh and the front office have seen enough in the 34-year-old former offensive quality control coaching intern to promote him to be the new tight ends coach. Angulo is replacing Brian Pariani, who left with Gary Kubiak to coach tight ends in Denver.

It's an interesting hire but one you'd think the Ravens took their time to plan through.

Other promotions that were announced on Wednesday include Chris Hewitt becoming the defensive backs coach and Matt Weiss becoming the cornerbacks coach. It looks like it'll be a dual effort in the secondary. Hewitt was the assistant secondary coach under Steve Spagnuolo a year ago. Weiss was a defensive quality control a linebackers assistant coach for the previous six years.

Former Bears tight ends coach Andy Bischoff has been hired as a Ravens offensive quality control coach. Drew Wilkins and Mike Macdonald are now defensive assistants.