Ravens could lose as many as three assistant coaches to other teams

Justin Fried
Ravens, Tee Martin (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)
Ravens, Tee Martin (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images) /

The Baltimore Ravens will see some changes to their coaching staff this offseason. Some of those changes will be voluntary while others will be a forced necessity.

Of course, the biggest change the organization made to their coaching staff already has been the decision to fire now-former defensive coordinator Wink Martindale.

The Ravens poached former assistant coach Mike Macdonald away from Michigan to be their new defensive coordinator last week. But while that coaching change has gotten most of the attention, it’s not the only one that will be made this offseason.

The Ravens have already parted ways with former tight ends coach Bobby Engram who recently departed to become Wisconsin’s new offensive coordinator. Engram isn’t the only assistant who might land a new job either.

Defensive line coach/run game coordinator Anthony Weaver is being interviewed for the Denver Broncos’ defensive coordinator vacancy while wide receivers coach Tee Martin is in consideration for the Buffalo Bills’ offensive coordinator job.

The Ravens coaching staff could look pretty different in 2022

Engram had been with the organization in some capacity since 2014 when he first join the team as their wide receivers coach before becoming a tight ends coach in 2019.

The Wisconsin job will be his first offensive coordinator position at any level as the former NFL wide receiver continues to move up the coaching ladder. His gain will be the Ravens’ loss, however.

Weaver joined the team a little over a year ago as their new defensive line coach following the departure of Joe Cullen. The former Houston Texans defensive coordinator was viewed as an internal candidate to replace Martindale but could find a job elsewhere instead.

Finally, Martin is one of the most popular assistant coaches on the Ravens staff. The former NFL quarterback joined the Ravens staff last offseason as their new wide receivers coach, succeeding the departing David Culley.

Martin’s work with the Ravens wide receivers in 2021 was held in high regard and losing him after such a promising season would undoubtedly be a major blow.

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The Ravens coaching staff could look a little different in 2022. Unfortunately, many of those changes wouldn’t be welcomed by the organization.