Harbaugh adds two more to staff

49ers coach Jim Harbaugh brings in two more assistants: Reggie Davis, who will coach tight ends, and Peter Hansen, who will be a defensive assistant and quality control coach.

The San Francisco 49ers made two more additions to their coaching staff Friday, announcing that Reggie Davis will be the team's tight ends coach and Peter Hansen will be a defensive assistant and quality control coach.

Both have ties to new Niners head coach Jim Harbaugh.

Davis, 34, who spent the past three years as running backs coach at Oregon State, was on Harbaugh's staff at the University of San Diego in 2004, working with tight ends and special teams. He was also Harbaugh's teammate for two seasons (1999-2000) on the San Diego Chargers.

Hansen was a defensive assistant at Stanford the past two years and worked with new 49ers defensive coordinator Vic Fangio on film breakdown, scouting reports and practice preparation.

Hansen also was a strength and conditioning intern at Stanford in 2008. He attended Palo Alto High School, where he played for his father, Earl, the longtime football coach at the school.

Harbaugh may add another secondary coach to complete his staff. Here is his current roster of coaches:

Vic Fangio - Defensive Coordinator

Jim Tomsula - Defensive Line

Jim Leavitt – Linebackers

Ed Donatell – Secondary

Ejiro Evero - Defensive Assistant/Quality Control

Peter Hansen - Defensive Assistant/Quality Control

Greg Roman - Offensive Coordinator

Mike Solari - Offensive Line

Tim Drevno - Offensive Line

Tom Rathman - Running Backs

Geep Chryst – Quarterbacks

Reggie Davis - Tight Ends

John Morton - Wide Receivers

Bobby Engram - Offensive Assistant

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