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Bobby Engram
Wide Receivers Coach
Age:
44
College:
Penn State
Hometown:
Camden, SC
Experience:
5

Biography

BOBBY ENGRAM, who enjoyed a 14-year NFL playing career, is in his fourth season as the Ravens’ wide receivers coach. In his third year (2016) guiding Baltimore’s receivers, Engram’s group helped record the second-most net passing yards in team history (4,100), including a franchise-best 4,317 passing yards by QB Joe Flacco. Engram also helped WR Mike Wallace achieve his third-career 1,000-yard campaign (1,017 yards on 72 receptions) in the receiver’s first season with the Ravens. WR Steve Smith Sr., in his 16th and final campaign, led the team with 5 TD receptions, adding 70 catches and 799 yards in 2016. Smith Sr. finished his illustrious career ranked seventh on the NFL’s all-time receiving yards chart (14,731) and 12th in receptions (1,031). Second-year WR Breshad Perriman, who missed his entire 2015 rookie campaign with a knee injury, averaged a team-high 15.1 yards per catch and finished with 33 catches for 499 yards and 3 TDs. Prior to entering the coaching ranks, Engram’s successful NFL playing career spanned 14 seasons (1996-2009) and three teams (Chicago, Seattle and Kansas City). Originally a second-round draft pick by the Bears, Engram played in 176 career games, totaling 650 receptions for 7,751 yards and 35 TDs.

ADDITIONAL COACHING HIGHLIGHTS: In 2015, the Ravens set a single-season record by averaging 266.9 passing yards per game despite several key injuries. In 2014, Engram’s receiving corps boasted both a 1,000-yard receiver (Smith Sr.) and a wideout who scored a team-leading 11 touchdowns (Torrey Smith). The Ravens finished eighth in the NFL in scoring with a franchise-record 409 total points (25.6 ppg) and 12th overall in total yards per game (364.9). The longtime NFL wideout also spent two seasons (2012-13) coaching receivers at the University of Pittsburgh. In his first year with the Panthers, two of Engram’s receivers (Mike Shanahan and Devin Street) earned All-Big East honors, the first time in school history the feat had been accomplished in the same season. Both players had the best statistical production of their careers. Shanahan tallied 983 yards on 62 receptions, while Street had 975 yards on 73 catches, nearly giving Pitt an unprecedented two 1,000-yard receivers in the same season. In 2011, Engram began his coaching career with the San Francisco 49ers as an offensive assistant.

2014-16: (with Baltimore) 2016: Engram’s receivers helped QB Joe Flacco set a single-season franchise record with 4,317 passing yards...WR Mike Wallace led the team and recorded his third-career 1,000-yard campaign (1,017 yards on 72 catches), including the longest offensive play in Ravens regular season history with a 95-yard TD reception vs. Pit. (11/6)...Wallace also had an NFL-high 5 receptions of at least 50 yards...WR Steve Smith Sr. led the team with 5 TD receptions in his final NFL season. 2015: Ravens set a franchise record by averaging 266.9 passing yards per game, despite having four starting QBs (Flacco, Matt Schaub, Jimmy Clausen and Ryan Mallett) for the first time in team history...WR Kamar Aiken, had a breakout year, filling in for the veteran Smith Sr. (Achilles/back), who missed nine games...Aiken posted team highs in catches (74), receiving yards (944) and receiving TDs (5). 2014: In his first season, Engram guided a talented Ravens receiving corps that boasted a 1,000-yard receiver in Smith Sr. and the team leader in touchdowns in WR Torrey Smith (11)...Smith Sr. led the team with 79 receptions for 1,065 yards, including a season-long 80-yard TD...Torrey Smith’s 11 receiving TDs ranked second most in single-season team history (Michael Jackson, 14 in 1996)...Ravens set franchise records with 409 points scored and 5,838 yards...Joined Ravens as wide receivers coach.

2012-13: (with University of Pittsburgh) 2013: Engram guided WR Tyler Boyd to a record-breaking freshman season...Boyd (85 catches for 1,174 yards) earned All-ACC and Freshman All-American honors while breaking freshman school receiving records previously held by Arizona Cardinals Pro Bowl WR Larry Fitzgerald. 2012: In his first campaign as the Panthers’ wide receivers coach, two of Engram’s wide receivers (Mike Shanahan and Devin Street) earned All-Big East honors in the same season, the first time in school history the feat had been accomplished...Both players each tallied nearly 1,000 receiving yards (Shanahan, 62 catches for 983 yards and Street, 73 catches for 975 yards).

2011: (with San Francisco) Entered the coaching ranks as an offensive assistant under then-first-year head coach Jim Harbaugh and the 49ers, who earned a trip to the NFC Championship game.

NFL Player (1996-2009): Engram, who was a 1996 second-round pick (No. 52 overall) out of Penn State by the Bears, spent five seasons in Chicago...In 2001, he signed as a free agent with the Seahawks and played eight seasons (2001-08) in Seattle before finishing his career with the Kansas City Chiefs (2009)...In 176 games (113 starts), he compiled 650 receptions for 7,751 yards and 35 TDs...Engram also played in nine NFL postseason contests, including Super Bowl XL (2005) as a member of the Seahawks, posting 6 catches for 70 yards against the Pittsburgh Steelers. 2009: (with KC) Played in his final NFL season with the Chiefs. 2001-08: (with Sea.) Engram totaled 4,859 yards on 399 receptions and 18 TDs in Seattle. 2007: Set career highs with 94 receptions and 1,147 receiving yards and tied his career best with 6 TDs...The 94 catches are a Seahawks’ single-season record. 2005: Voted as Seattle’s recipient of the Ed Block Courage Award. 1996-2000: (with Chi.) In his first five NFL seasons, Engram registered 246 catches for 2,831 yards and 17 TDs for the Bears.

COLLEGE:One of the most prolific and decorated receivers in Penn State football history and the inaugural recipient (1994) of the Biletnikoff Award as the nation’s top receiver, Engram was a three-time All-American and three-time All-Big Ten selection (1993-95) for the Nittany Lions...Penn State earned a 31-5 record during that span...During his award-winning junior season (1994), Engram caught 52 passes for 1,029 yards (19.8 avg.) and 7 TDs...Engram is one of only two players (Allen Robinson, 2012 and 2013) in Penn State history to twice compile 1,000 receiving yards in a season (1994 and 1995)...Nearly two decades after his final collegiate season, Engram still ranks as the Nittany Lions’ all-time leader in receiving yards (3,026), receiving touchdowns (31) and 100-yard receiving games (16)...Also ranks third in school history in receptions (167) and second with 786 career punt return yards...Graduated from Penn State with a degree in exercise and sport science in 1995.

PERSONAL: Born and raised in Camden, SC, Engram attended Camden (SC) HS, where he was a three-time All-State selection at wide receiver...Established the “Bobby Engram Foundation,” which aids in the research of sickle cell anemia...Engram, who played eight of his 14 NFL seasons in Seattle, was voted in 2015 by Seahawks fans as one of 40 players to make their 40th Anniversary team...Bobby and his wife, Deanna, have two daughters, Bobbi and Phoebe, and two sons, Dean and Trey.

BOBBY ENGRAM, who enjoyed a 14-year NFL playing career, is in his fourth season as the Ravens’ wide receivers coach. In his third year (2016) guiding Baltimore’s receivers, Engram’s group helped record the second-most net passing yards in team history (4,100), including a franchise-best 4,317 passing yards by QB Joe Flacco. Engram also helped WR Mike Wallace achieve his third-career 1,000-yard campaign (1,017 yards on 72 receptions) in the receiver’s first season with the Ravens. WR Steve Smith Sr., in his 16th and final campaign, led the team with 5 TD receptions, adding 70 catches and 799 yards in 2016. Smith Sr. finished his illustrious career ranked seventh on the NFL’s all-time receiving yards chart (14,731) and 12th in receptions (1,031). Second-year WR Breshad Perriman, who missed his entire 2015 rookie campaign with a knee injury, averaged a team-high 15.1 yards per catch and finished with 33 catches for 499 yards and 3 TDs. Prior to entering the coaching ranks, Engram’s successful NFL playing career spanned 14 seasons (1996-2009) and three teams (Chicago, Seattle and Kansas City). Originally a second-round draft pick by the Bears, Engram played in 176 career games, totaling 650 receptions for 7,751 yards and 35 TDs.

ADDITIONAL COACHING HIGHLIGHTS: In 2015, the Ravens set a single-season record by averaging 266.9 passing yards per game despite several key injuries. In 2014, Engram’s receiving corps boasted both a 1,000-yard receiver (Smith Sr.) and a wideout who scored a team-leading 11 touchdowns (Torrey Smith). The Ravens finished eighth in the NFL in scoring with a franchise-record 409 total points (25.6 ppg) and 12th overall in total yards per game (364.9). The longtime NFL wideout also spent two seasons (2012-13) coaching receivers at the University of Pittsburgh. In his first year with the Panthers, two of Engram’s receivers (Mike Shanahan and Devin Street) earned All-Big East honors, the first time in school history the feat had been accomplished in the same season. Both players had the best statistical production of their careers. Shanahan tallied 983 yards on 62 receptions, while Street had 975 yards on 73 catches, nearly giving Pitt an unprecedented two 1,000-yard receivers in the same season. In 2011, Engram began his coaching career with the San Francisco 49ers as an offensive assistant.

2014-16: (with Baltimore) 2016: Engram’s receivers helped QB Joe Flacco set a single-season franchise record with 4,317 passing yards...WR Mike Wallace led the team and recorded his third-career 1,000-yard campaign (1,017 yards on 72 catches), including the longest offensive play in Ravens regular season history with a 95-yard TD reception vs. Pit. (11/6)...Wallace also had an NFL-high 5 receptions of at least 50 yards...WR Steve Smith Sr. led the team with 5 TD receptions in his final NFL season. 2015: Ravens set a franchise record by averaging 266.9 passing yards per game, despite having four starting QBs (Flacco, Matt Schaub, Jimmy Clausen and Ryan Mallett) for the first time in team history...WR Kamar Aiken, had a breakout year, filling in for the veteran Smith Sr. (Achilles/back), who missed nine games...Aiken posted team highs in catches (74), receiving yards (944) and receiving TDs (5). 2014: In his first season, Engram guided a talented Ravens receiving corps that boasted a 1,000-yard receiver in Smith Sr. and the team leader in touchdowns in WR Torrey Smith (11)...Smith Sr. led the team with 79 receptions for 1,065 yards, including a season-long 80-yard TD...Torrey Smith’s 11 receiving TDs ranked second most in single-season team history (Michael Jackson, 14 in 1996)...Ravens set franchise records with 409 points scored and 5,838 yards...Joined Ravens as wide receivers coach.

2012-13: (with University of Pittsburgh) 2013: Engram guided WR Tyler Boyd to a record-breaking freshman season...Boyd (85 catches for 1,174 yards) earned All-ACC and Freshman All-American honors while breaking freshman school receiving records previously held by Arizona Cardinals Pro Bowl WR Larry Fitzgerald. 2012: In his first campaign as the Panthers’ wide receivers coach, two of Engram’s wide receivers (Mike Shanahan and Devin Street) earned All-Big East honors in the same season, the first time in school history the feat had been accomplished...Both players each tallied nearly 1,000 receiving yards (Shanahan, 62 catches for 983 yards and Street, 73 catches for 975 yards).

2011: (with San Francisco) Entered the coaching ranks as an offensive assistant under then-first-year head coach Jim Harbaugh and the 49ers, who earned a trip to the NFC Championship game.

NFL Player (1996-2009): Engram, who was a 1996 second-round pick (No. 52 overall) out of Penn State by the Bears, spent five seasons in Chicago...In 2001, he signed as a free agent with the Seahawks and played eight seasons (2001-08) in Seattle before finishing his career with the Kansas City Chiefs (2009)...In 176 games (113 starts), he compiled 650 receptions for 7,751 yards and 35 TDs...Engram also played in nine NFL postseason contests, including Super Bowl XL (2005) as a member of the Seahawks, posting 6 catches for 70 yards against the Pittsburgh Steelers. 2009: (with KC) Played in his final NFL season with the Chiefs. 2001-08: (with Sea.) Engram totaled 4,859 yards on 399 receptions and 18 TDs in Seattle. 2007: Set career highs with 94 receptions and 1,147 receiving yards and tied his career best with 6 TDs...The 94 catches are a Seahawks’ single-season record. 2005: Voted as Seattle’s recipient of the Ed Block Courage Award. 1996-2000: (with Chi.) In his first five NFL seasons, Engram registered 246 catches for 2,831 yards and 17 TDs for the Bears.

COLLEGE:One of the most prolific and decorated receivers in Penn State football history and the inaugural recipient (1994) of the Biletnikoff Award as the nation’s top receiver, Engram was a three-time All-American and three-time All-Big Ten selection (1993-95) for the Nittany Lions...Penn State earned a 31-5 record during that span...During his award-winning junior season (1994), Engram caught 52 passes for 1,029 yards (19.8 avg.) and 7 TDs...Engram is one of only two players (Allen Robinson, 2012 and 2013) in Penn State history to twice compile 1,000 receiving yards in a season (1994 and 1995)...Nearly two decades after his final collegiate season, Engram still ranks as the Nittany Lions’ all-time leader in receiving yards (3,026), receiving touchdowns (31) and 100-yard receiving games (16)...Also ranks third in school history in receptions (167) and second with 786 career punt return yards...Graduated from Penn State with a degree in exercise and sport science in 1995.

PERSONAL: Born and raised in Camden, SC, Engram attended Camden (SC) HS, where he was a three-time All-State selection at wide receiver...Established the “Bobby Engram Foundation,” which aids in the research of sickle cell anemia...Engram, who played eight of his 14 NFL seasons in Seattle, was voted in 2015 by Seahawks fans as one of 40 players to make their 40th Anniversary team...Bobby and his wife, Deanna, have two daughters, Bobbi and Phoebe, and two sons, Dean and Trey.

 

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