3 Ravens coaches who can replace Greg Roman as offensive coordinator

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3. Tee Martin, wide receivers coach, Ravens

Tee Martin has received plenty of praise for his work with the Ravens wideouts in his first year as the team’s wide receivers coach. He and pass game specialist Keith Williams have helped the likes of Marquise Brown and Rashod Bateman make significant strides in 2021.

And that should be no surprise either given the resume Martin has. A former college quarterback, Martin has been coaching at some level of football for the last 15 years including a stint as the offensive coordinator at UCLA.

That experience could serve him well if he was called upon to take over for Roman. Martin would likely bring a different approach to the Ravens’ offense, having worked primarily with wide receivers and quarterbacks throughout his career.

But perhaps a different approach is just what the Ravens need.

The Ravens could use someone like Martin calling the shots — a coach who specializes in getting production out of the passing game. And as an added bonus, he’s already one of the most liked and respected coaches on the staff.

His lack of experience with others on the staff, having been with the organization for less than a year, makes him an unlikely replacement. But he has the experience and pedigree to be a logical choice.

Martin would be a dark-horse candidate to replace Greg Roman in the event he was fired.