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Austin agrees to leave Florida, coach Ravens' secondary

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University of Florida assistant coach Teryl Austin has agreed to terms to become the Baltimore Ravens' secondary coach, a league source said Wednesday.

Austin previously spent seven seasons in the NFL as an assistant with the Seattle Seahawks and Arizona Cardinals. He left the Cardinals before the 2010 season to become defensive coordinator at Florida.

Austin will replace Ravens secondary coach Chuck Pagano, who was promoted to defensive coordinator after Greg Mattison left for the same job at the University of Michigan.

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