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Greg Roman
Senior Offensive Assistant / Tight Ends Coach
Age:
45
College:
John Carroll University
Hometown:
Ventnor, N.J.
Experience:
20

Biography

Greg Roman is in his second stint with the Baltimore Ravens, re-joining the team in 2017 as senior offensive assistant/tight ends coach. Since his first term in Baltimore (2006-07), Roman has been a successful NFL offensive coordinator both in San Francisco and Buffalo. With each team, Roman worked with NFL QBs who totaled their highest single-season passer ratings under his guidance: SF's Alex Smith (104.1 in 2012) and Colin Kaepernick (98.3 in 2012) and Buffalo's Tyrod Taylor (99.4 in 2015).

Additional Coaching Highlights: Roman has 20 years experience coaching in the NFL for five teams. With Roman as offensive coordinator, San Francisco earned three-straight trips to the NFC Championship game (2011-13) and a Super Bowl appearance against the Ravens in 2012. More recently with the Bills, Roman helped Buffalo's run game excel in 2015, as it led the NFL with 152.0 rushing yards per game and 4.78 yards per rush.

2015-16: (with Buffalo) 2015: Helped Buffalo's attack excel in his first year guiding the offense...Buffalo led the NFL in rushing (152.0 ypg), yards per rush (4.78), big-play TDs (24 of 20+ yards) and outside the red zone points scored (194)...Bills sent four offensive players to the Pro Bowl: QB Tyrod Taylor, C Eric Wood, G Richie Incognito and RB LeSean McCoy...Taylor became the third QB in NFL history to combine for a passer rating over 99 and average over 40 rushing yards per game in a single season...Joined the Bills' coaching staff as offensive coordinator.

2011-14: (with San Francisco) Was the 49ers' offensive coordinator for four seasons...SF made a trip to the NFC championship game three years in a row (2011-13), earning a Super Bowl bid in 2012. 2012: Roman guided the SF offense to a No. 11-overall ranking (361.8 ypg), including third in both total yards per play (5.97) and rushing yards per play (5.06)...49ers set a franchise record with 621 total yards on 10/7 vs. Buffalo, becoming the only team in NFL history to rush for 300+ yards and throw for 300+ yards in the same game...SF competed against the Ravens in Super Bowl XLVII. 2011:Team earned a 13-3 record and committed just 10 turnovers (5 fumbles and 5 interceptions), which is tied (NE, 2010) for the fewest in NFL single-season history...Was invited by head coach Jim Harbaugh to join him in San Francisco as the team's offensive coordinator.

2009-10: (with Stanford) Spent two seasons coaching under Jim Harbaugh. 2010: Was promoted, adding associate head coach and assistant head coach offense to his title. 2009:Hired as the Cardinal's running game coordinator, also working with the tight ends and offensive tackles.

2006-07: (with Baltimore) Spent two seasons assisting the Ravens' offense in Baltimore. 2006:Baltimore won the AFC North with a franchise-best 13-3 record, earning a first-round playoff bye...LT Jonathan Ogden earned his 10th-straight Pro Bowl, and the Ravens allowed a single-season franchise-low 17 sacks (also NFL's second-fewest sacks allowed in '06)...Was named the Ravens' assistant offensive line coach in his first stint in Baltimore.

2002-05: (with Houston) 2004: Transitioned to QBs coach and guided former No. 1-overall selection QB David Carr to his best NFL season. 2002:Joined the expansion Houston Texans as the team's tight ends coach.

1995-2001: (with Carolina) Spent seven seasons with the Panthers, working with a variety of positions including the DBs, LBs and offensive linemen. 1995:Entered the coaching ranks as an assistant with the expansion Panthers.

College: Roman, a three-year letter-winner and two-year starting defensive lineman at John Carroll University, earned All-Ohio Conference honorable mention honors as a senior (1993)...That same season, the Blue Streaks earned a share of the OAC championship...While at John Carroll, Roman helped launch Project H.O.P.E. (Helping Others Through Physical Education) for the developmentally disabled in Northeast Ohio.

Personal: Roman was an All-South Jersey guard at Holy Spirit (Absecon, NJ) HS...Greg and his wife, Dana, have three children: Connor, Gregory and Emily Grace.

Greg Roman is in his second stint with the Baltimore Ravens, re-joining the team in 2017 as senior offensive assistant/tight ends coach. Since his first term in Baltimore (2006-07), Roman has been a successful NFL offensive coordinator both in San Francisco and Buffalo. With each team, Roman worked with NFL QBs who totaled their highest single-season passer ratings under his guidance: SF's Alex Smith (104.1 in 2012) and Colin Kaepernick (98.3 in 2012) and Buffalo's Tyrod Taylor (99.4 in 2015).

Additional Coaching Highlights: Roman has 20 years experience coaching in the NFL for five teams. With Roman as offensive coordinator, San Francisco earned three-straight trips to the NFC Championship game (2011-13) and a Super Bowl appearance against the Ravens in 2012. More recently with the Bills, Roman helped Buffalo's run game excel in 2015, as it led the NFL with 152.0 rushing yards per game and 4.78 yards per rush.

2015-16: (with Buffalo) 2015: Helped Buffalo's attack excel in his first year guiding the offense...Buffalo led the NFL in rushing (152.0 ypg), yards per rush (4.78), big-play TDs (24 of 20+ yards) and outside the red zone points scored (194)...Bills sent four offensive players to the Pro Bowl: QB Tyrod Taylor, C Eric Wood, G Richie Incognito and RB LeSean McCoy...Taylor became the third QB in NFL history to combine for a passer rating over 99 and average over 40 rushing yards per game in a single season...Joined the Bills' coaching staff as offensive coordinator.

2011-14: (with San Francisco) Was the 49ers' offensive coordinator for four seasons...SF made a trip to the NFC championship game three years in a row (2011-13), earning a Super Bowl bid in 2012. 2012: Roman guided the SF offense to a No. 11-overall ranking (361.8 ypg), including third in both total yards per play (5.97) and rushing yards per play (5.06)...49ers set a franchise record with 621 total yards on 10/7 vs. Buffalo, becoming the only team in NFL history to rush for 300+ yards and throw for 300+ yards in the same game...SF competed against the Ravens in Super Bowl XLVII. 2011:Team earned a 13-3 record and committed just 10 turnovers (5 fumbles and 5 interceptions), which is tied (NE, 2010) for the fewest in NFL single-season history...Was invited by head coach Jim Harbaugh to join him in San Francisco as the team's offensive coordinator.

2009-10: (with Stanford) Spent two seasons coaching under Jim Harbaugh. 2010: Was promoted, adding associate head coach and assistant head coach offense to his title. 2009:Hired as the Cardinal's running game coordinator, also working with the tight ends and offensive tackles.

2006-07: (with Baltimore) Spent two seasons assisting the Ravens' offense in Baltimore. 2006:Baltimore won the AFC North with a franchise-best 13-3 record, earning a first-round playoff bye...LT Jonathan Ogden earned his 10th-straight Pro Bowl, and the Ravens allowed a single-season franchise-low 17 sacks (also NFL's second-fewest sacks allowed in '06)...Was named the Ravens' assistant offensive line coach in his first stint in Baltimore.

2002-05: (with Houston) 2004: Transitioned to QBs coach and guided former No. 1-overall selection QB David Carr to his best NFL season. 2002:Joined the expansion Houston Texans as the team's tight ends coach.

1995-2001: (with Carolina) Spent seven seasons with the Panthers, working with a variety of positions including the DBs, LBs and offensive linemen. 1995:Entered the coaching ranks as an assistant with the expansion Panthers.

College: Roman, a three-year letter-winner and two-year starting defensive lineman at John Carroll University, earned All-Ohio Conference honorable mention honors as a senior (1993)...That same season, the Blue Streaks earned a share of the OAC championship...While at John Carroll, Roman helped launch Project H.O.P.E. (Helping Others Through Physical Education) for the developmentally disabled in Northeast Ohio.

Personal: Roman was an All-South Jersey guard at Holy Spirit (Absecon, NJ) HS...Greg and his wife, Dana, have three children: Connor, Gregory and Emily Grace.

 

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