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Patriots (former) Tight Ends Coach Brian Ferentz is leaving the Patriots after 4 years with the team.
He joins his father, Head Coach Kirk Ferentz at Iowa to become their Offensive Line Coach.
With New England, Brian served as TEs coach in 2011, Offensive Assistant Coach in 2010, a Coaching Assistant in ’09 and Scouting Assistant during in 2008.
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