Ravens replace offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg with Greg Roman

Ravens replace offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg with Greg Roman

The Baltimore Ravens promoted Greg Roman to replace Marty Mornhinweg as offensive coordinator Friday, a significant move in the development of quarterback Lamar Jackson.

The Baltimore Ravens apparently had enough of their offensive woes.

Mornhinweg hasn't been fired outright and could find a different role in Baltimore's offense.

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The 46-year-old Roman is yet another National Football League coach who attended Division III John Carroll, which also produced Don Shula, New England Patriots general manager Nick Caserio and offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels, Los Angeles Chargers GM Tom Telesco, and retired linebacker London Fletcher, among others. At the beginning of the season, Baltimore was throwing the ball significantly more than they ran.

This reshuffling allows the Ravens to keep Roman from becoming a coordinator elsewhere, ends speculation that Harbaugh will coach elsewhere in 2019 and puts Jackson on his best path for success. Once again, that strategy was figured out, this time in the playoffs against the Los Angeles Chargers.

With a variety of quarterback-designed runs, zone-read-option plays and misdirection, the Ravens took advantage of Jackson's athleticism in ways that resembled Roman's deployment of quarterback Colin Kaepernick in San Francisco.

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