Jason Brooks, who joined the Ravens in 2009, is the team’s offensive quality control coach. He provides the offensive coaches with statistical reports, including self-scouting, game film analysis and opponent tendency details. Additionally, Brooks works with running backs coach Wilbert Montgomery and the backfield.
2009-11: (with Baltimore) 2011: Assisted wide receivers coach Jim Hostler, in addition to handling quality control duties. 2010: Assisted running backs coach Wilbert Montgomery, in addition to his quality control duties. 2009: Hired as Baltimore’s assistant to the offense and also helped coach Hostler with the WRs.
2008: (with Norwich University) Coached wide receivers in a spread, no-huddle offense…Coordinated the scout KO and KOR teams, in addition to coaching gunners on the punt team and corners on the punt block team…Assisted with the defensive scout team in practice…Compiled and distributed the scouting report each week…Recruited in the central New York, Florida and Baltimore/Washington D.C. areas.
2007: (with Miami Dolphins) Worked as a scouting assistant…Involved in the NFL Draft and free agency process by generating and compiling information on eligible and available players…Also evaluated college players for the draft and professional players for free agency…Maintained the video library, constructed draft, free agency and emergency boards.
(with Massachusetts) Assistant defensive backs coach during spring drills from April-June…Responsible for the safety position…Assisted in practice by coaching the gunners on the punt team, individual drills and scout team…High school recruiter for the states of Pittsburgh, Tennessee and Kentucky.
2006: (with Middle Tennessee State) Launched his coaching career as a student assistant coach for the Blue Raiders in a season that culminated with a Motor City Bowl appearance and title as the Sun Belt Conference co-champions…Assisted in recruiting and film breakdown…Worked with the running backs and special teams during practices and games…Also coordinated and coached the scout team defense and special teams.
College: Earned bachelor’s degree in physical education, with an emphasis in athletic coaching, from Middle Tennessee State in 2006…Also attended Cuyahoga Community College from 2002-04 where he majored in general studies.
Personal: Attended Grayslake Community (IL) HS…Was a WR in high school, in addition to playing basketball and running track…Worked at the 1999 Jim Tressel youth football camp…Attended the 2005 Baltimore Ravens coaching clinic...Married his wife, Sandy, in 2009...Son of Ravens defensive line coach Clarence Brooks.
Daniel Jeremiah hands out his Week 16 report card for the Baltimore Ravens.
The Baltimore Ravens needed to pick up a crucial win, but the Houston Texans had other plans, forcing Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco to throw three interceptions as the Texans win 25-13 in Week 16.