Willie Taggart spent the 2017 season as Oregon’s head coach, going 7-5 and leaving the Ducks before the Las Vegas Bowl to take over at Florida State.

Now, he’s heading to the NFL ranks for the first time in his career, per a report on Wednesday morning.

Per NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero, the Baltimore Ravens are reportedly hiring Taggart to serve as the RBs coach under head coach John Harbaugh:

Taggart worked under Jim Harbaugh — John’s brother — during the 2007-09 seasons as Stanford’s RBs coach.

He brings a wealth of college football and head coaching knowledge to the NFL ranks, where he’ll be tasked with helping Baltimore’s stable of intriguing running backs improve in 2023.

Taggart had recently joined Deion Sanders’ staff at Colorado as an analyst.