The Baltimore Ravens announced Friday that Marty Mornhinweg will not accept a different position with the team after the news surfaced earlier this morning that Greg Roman is being promoted to offensive coordinator.
“We tried to keep Marty, but he has decided to move on, and I respect that,” Ravens HC John Harbaugh said, per Jeff Zrebiec.
Mornhinweg, 56, began his NFL coaching career with the Packers as an offensive assistant back in 1995. Since then, he’s worked for the 49ers, Lions, Eagles and Jets before the Ravens hired him as their QBs coach in 2015.
Baltimore promoted Mornhinweg to offensive coordinator in 2016.
In 2018, the Ravens offense was No. 9 in total yards, No. 13 in points scored, No. 2 in rushing offense and No. 22 in passing offense.