Ravens HC John Harbaugh announced Tuesday that OC Marty Mornhinweg, DC Dean Pees, and special teams coordinator Jerry Rosburg will all remain with the team for the 2017 season.
Harbaugh did, however, say that there will be a few coaching changes in the coming weeks but not to their coordinators.
Mike Garafolo has already spoken to some around the NFL who are surprised that the Ravens did not part ways with Mornhinweg.
Mornhinweg took over for OC Marc Trestman midseason after he fired for a number of issues. However, the same offensive problems continued to show up under Mornhinweg including a lack of big plays, poor run production, and fundamental issues for QB Joe Flacco.
Baltimore has had five offensive coordinators in the past five seasons, but it appears as though the Ravens could continue this trend in 2017.
Mornhinweg, 54, began his coaching career with the 49ers back in 1997 and has since worked for the Lions, Eagles and Jets before taking over the Ravens’ offensive during the 2016 season.
This year, the Ravens are No. 18 total yards, No. 26 in rushing yards, No. 11 passing yards and No. 9 points scored.