The Ravens will not retain offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg, Baltimore announced Friday.
“We tried to keep Marty but he has decided to move on and I respect that,” head coach John Harbaugh said. “He’s a really good coach and helped us win the AFC North last season and get close to the playoffs the previous two years.”
Former OC Marty Mornhinweg will not return as a member of the coaching staff. pic.twitter.com/0Tsk5a2pSY
— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) January 11, 2019
It is unclear where Mornhinweg will wind up next, but the Ravens already have promoted Greg Roman to the offensive coordinator position. Roman was the team’s assistant head coach and tight ends coach last season.
The Ravens finished the year 6-2 with Lamar Jackson at quarterback and they accomplished that by completely changing their offense.
Through the first nine games of the season, Baltimore had eight matchups where the starting QB finished with 200 or more passing yards and it didn’t have any 100-yard rushers.
In Jackson’s eight starts, however, he threw for more than 200 yards once and Baltimore had four 100-yard rushers.