ATLANTA (AP) -New Falcons coach Mike Smith announced a pair of assistants Wednesday, hiring tight ends coach Chris Scelfo and assistant offensive line coach Paul Dunn.
Scelfo was Tulane's head coach from 1998-2006, where he became the first coach in school history to win two bowl games. He was also an assistant head coach and offensive line coach for Georgia from 1996-98, and an assistant at Marshall from 1990-95.
Dunn was offensive line coach at Pittsburgh, his alma mater, from 2005-07. He was Kentucky's offensive line coach from 2003-04 and also has coached at Kansas State, Vanderbilt, Cincinnati, Maine, Rutgers and Edinboro.

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