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Marty Mornhinweg
Offensive Coordinator/ Quarterbacks Coach
Age:
55
College:
Montana
Hometown:
San Jose, CA
Experience:
23

Biography

MARTY MORNHINWEG is in his second year as the Ravens’ offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach, originally assuming the coordinator role in Week 6 of 2016. Mornhinweg, who joined the Ravens in 2015 as quarterbacks coach, helped guide QB Joe Flacco to a career-high and franchise-best 4,317 passing yards in 2016. The Ravens’ offense also featured 1,000-yard receiver Mike Wallace (1,017 yards), who signed with Baltimore in the offseason, and TE Dennis Pitta, who ranked No. 1 in the NFL in catches by a tight end (86). (The 86 grabs were also the most by a TE in Ravens single-season history.) In his first season with the Ravens (2015), Mornhinweg helped Baltimore rack up a franchise-record 4,271 net passing yards (266.9 ypg) and the second-most total net yards in team history (5,749). Before joining Baltimore, the 23-year NFL coaching veteran spent several years as an NFL offensive coordinator for multiple teams and served as the Detroit Lions’ head coach (2001-02).

ADDITIONAL COACHING HIGHLIGHTS: Throughout his NFL coaching career, five quarterbacks have earned Pro Bowl honors under Mornhinweg’s direction: Michael Vick, Donovan McNabb, Steve Young, Jeff Garcia and Brett Favre. As offensive coordinator of the New York Jets (2013-14), the team’s rushing attack ranked as the NFL’s third best (138.7 ypg) unit, which includes posting the league’s No. 3 average (142.5 ypg) in 2014. Prior to joining the Jets, Mornhinweg spent 10 seasons (2003-12) in Philadelphia, including nine (2004-12) as the Eagles’ offensive coordinator/assistant head coach. In that role, he helped the Eagles set single-season franchise records in total net yards (6,386 in 2011), total points (439 in 2010), average per rush (5.4 in 2010), third-down percentage (42.4 in 2007), net passing yards (4,119 in 2006), passer rating (96.7 in 2006) and fewest INTs (9 in 2006). He and John Harbaugh spent five seasons (2003-07) together on the Eagles’ coaching staff. Mornhinweg earned his first NFL head-coaching post with the Detroit Lions from 2001-02. His first NFL coordinator job came with the San Francisco 49ers (1997-2000), where in 1998, the team set franchise marks in total yards (6,800), first downs (381) and rushing yards (2,544). San Francisco also became the first team since the 1941 Chicago Bears to lead the NFL both in rushing yards and gross passing yards in a single season. Only three teams have accomplished this feat in NFL history: 1998 San Francisco 49ers and 1939 and 1941 Chicago Bears. His first NFL coaching opportunity came in Green Bay (1995-96), where in 1996, he served as the Packers’ QBs coach and helped guide Favre to NFL MVP honors and a victory in Super Bowl XXXI.

2015-16: (with Baltimore) 2016: Named offensive coordinator in Week 6...QB Joe Flacco threw for a career-high and franchise-best 4,317 passing yards...TE Dennis Pitta set a single-season team mark for tight ends with 86 receptions...WR Mike Wallace recorded 1,017 receiving yards and 4 TDs. 2015: Served as QBs coach...Starting four different QBs (Flacco, Matt Schaub, Jimmy Clausen & Ryan Mallett) for the first time in franchise history, the Ravens ranked No. 14 in total offense (eighth passing & 26th rushing)...Prior to his season-ending knee injury, Flacco, who missed the final six games, was on pace to throw for a career-high 4,466 yards...Mornhinweg helped Baltimore post the second-most total net yards in team history (89 short of 2014 record), finishing with 5,749 yards...The Ravens also set a franchise record by averaging 266.9 passing yards per game, thanks in part to a unit that allowed the NFL’s third-fewest sacks (24).

2013-14: (with New York Jets) Spent two seasons as offensive coordinator, helping the Jets rank third in rushing offense (138.7 ypg) during that span. 2014: Helped guide a rushing attack that finished third in the NFL (142.5 ypg) behind RBs Chris Ivory and Chris Johnson...C Nick Mangold earned Pro Bowl honors for the fifth time in six seasons. 2013: Joined the Jets’ staff...QB Geno Smith became the first rookie signal caller to start all 16 games in franchise history...New York’s rushing attack finished sixth in the NFL (134.9 ypg).

2003-12: (with Philadelphia) Spent 10 seasons with the Eagles, including nine (2004-12) as the team’s offensive coordinator/assistant head coach...Under his guidance, 10 different offensive players earned a total of 17 Pro Bowl honors. 2012: In his final season with the Eagles, the offense set a then-franchise standard in completions (367). 2011: Philadelphia set a then-franchise-best 6,386 total net yards...RB LeSean McCoy had a league-high 17 rushing TDs and finished fourth in rushing yards (1,309) en route to earning a Pro Bowl nod. 2010: Philadelphia set a franchise mark in total points (439, since broken) for the third-consecutive season, which helped Mornhinweg earn Pro Football Weekly NFL Assistant Coach of the Year honors...The offense also set single-season records in completion percentage (62.0) and average per rush (5.4)...Five offensive players earned Pro Bowl honors. 2009: Philadelphia’s offense finished fifth in scoring (26.8 ppg). 2008: Eagles finished sixth in scoring (26.0 ppg) and net passing (244.4 ypg) en route to an appearance in the NFC title game. 2007: Guided the sixth-ranked offense (358.1 ypg), led by RB Brian Westbrook, who was third in the NFL with 1,333 rushing yards...Had a franchise-best 42.4 percent third-down conversion rate. 2006: Eagles’ offense set then-franchise marks in net passing yards (4,119), passer rating (96.7) and fewest INTs (9)...Finished second in the NFL in total net yards (381.4 ypg). 2004: In his first season guiding the offense, Philadelphia advanced to Super Bowl XXXIX. 2003: Spent his first season with the Eagles as a senior assistant.

2001-02: (with Detroit) Mornhinweg spent two seasons with the Lions in his first NFL head-coaching role.

1997-2000: (with San Francisco) Spent four seasons with the 49ers as offensive coordinator/QBs coach...During that span, the offense ranked third in total net yards (364.6 ypg), including third in rushing (131.4 ypg) and fifth in passing (233.2 ypg). 2000: Under Mornhinweg, WR Terrell Owens finished fourth in the NFL in receiving yards (1,451) and third in TDs (13)...QB Jeff Garcia finished second in passing yards (4,278) and third in TDs (31). 1999: The 49ers boasted the NFL’s No. 1 rushing offense (130.9 ypg). 1998: San Francisco’s offense was No. 1 in the NFL (425.0 ypg), including first in rushing (159.0 ypg) and second in passing (266.0 ypg)...San Francisco set franchise marks in total yards (6,800), first downs (381) and rushing yards (2,544)...Mornhinweg’s unit became just the third in NFL history (1939 and 1941 Chicago Bears) to lead the league in both rushing yards and gross passing yards in the same season. 1997: Helped lead the 49ers to the NFC title game in his first season with the team and first as an NFL coordinator.

1995-96: (with Green Bay) Began his NFL coaching career with the Packers, where in 1996, he helped Green Bay to a victory in Super Bowl XXXI as quarterbacks coach. 1996: Mornhinweg was promoted to QBs coach, helping lead QB Brett Favre to NFL MVP honors and a victory in Super Bowl XXXI...Favre threw a league-high and career-best 39 TDs. 1995: Entered the NFL ranks as an offensive assistant with the Packers.

1994: (with Northern Arizona) Returned to Northern Arizona, where he spent one season as offensive coordinator for the Lumberjacks.

1991-93: (with Missouri) Served on the coaching staff for three seasons at Missouri. 1992: Named offensive line coach. 1991: Joined the Tigers as tight ends/slots coach.

1989-90: (with Southeast Missouri State) Mornhinweg had his first role as a coordinator with the Redhawks, serving two seasons as offensive coordinator/quarterbacks.

1988: (with Northern Arizona) In his first stint with Northern Arizona, Mornhinweg spent one season as the team’s running backs coach.

AFL PLAYER: (1987 with Denver Dynamite) Played one season as a quarterback in the Arena Football League...Despite being lost for the season with a knee injury, the Dynamite went on to win Arena Bowl I.

1986-87: (with Texas at El Paso) Spent two seasons as a graduate assistant with the Miners.

1985: (with Montana) Spent one season as the wide receivers coach at his alma mater.

COLLEGE: Attended Montana, where he was a four-year starting quarterback for the Grizzlies...Set 15 passing records for the program...Graduated from Montana with a Bachelor of Science degree in health and physical education in 1985 and earned his Master of Science degree in health and physical education/sports administration from UTEP in 1988.

PERSONAL: Mornhinweg attended Oak Grove (San Jose, CA) HS, where he played for the legendary coach Mike Holmgren, earning Northern California High School Player of the Year honors as a senior quarterback...Elected to the Hall of Fame at both the University of Montana and Oak Grove for his play as a quarterback...He and his wife, Lindsay, have four children: two daughters, Madison and Molly Lynn, and two sons, Skyler and Bobby Cade.

MARTY MORNHINWEG is in his second year as the Ravens’ offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach, originally assuming the coordinator role in Week 6 of 2016. Mornhinweg, who joined the Ravens in 2015 as quarterbacks coach, helped guide QB Joe Flacco to a career-high and franchise-best 4,317 passing yards in 2016. The Ravens’ offense also featured 1,000-yard receiver Mike Wallace (1,017 yards), who signed with Baltimore in the offseason, and TE Dennis Pitta, who ranked No. 1 in the NFL in catches by a tight end (86). (The 86 grabs were also the most by a TE in Ravens single-season history.) In his first season with the Ravens (2015), Mornhinweg helped Baltimore rack up a franchise-record 4,271 net passing yards (266.9 ypg) and the second-most total net yards in team history (5,749). Before joining Baltimore, the 23-year NFL coaching veteran spent several years as an NFL offensive coordinator for multiple teams and served as the Detroit Lions’ head coach (2001-02).

ADDITIONAL COACHING HIGHLIGHTS: Throughout his NFL coaching career, five quarterbacks have earned Pro Bowl honors under Mornhinweg’s direction: Michael Vick, Donovan McNabb, Steve Young, Jeff Garcia and Brett Favre. As offensive coordinator of the New York Jets (2013-14), the team’s rushing attack ranked as the NFL’s third best (138.7 ypg) unit, which includes posting the league’s No. 3 average (142.5 ypg) in 2014. Prior to joining the Jets, Mornhinweg spent 10 seasons (2003-12) in Philadelphia, including nine (2004-12) as the Eagles’ offensive coordinator/assistant head coach. In that role, he helped the Eagles set single-season franchise records in total net yards (6,386 in 2011), total points (439 in 2010), average per rush (5.4 in 2010), third-down percentage (42.4 in 2007), net passing yards (4,119 in 2006), passer rating (96.7 in 2006) and fewest INTs (9 in 2006). He and John Harbaugh spent five seasons (2003-07) together on the Eagles’ coaching staff. Mornhinweg earned his first NFL head-coaching post with the Detroit Lions from 2001-02. His first NFL coordinator job came with the San Francisco 49ers (1997-2000), where in 1998, the team set franchise marks in total yards (6,800), first downs (381) and rushing yards (2,544). San Francisco also became the first team since the 1941 Chicago Bears to lead the NFL both in rushing yards and gross passing yards in a single season. Only three teams have accomplished this feat in NFL history: 1998 San Francisco 49ers and 1939 and 1941 Chicago Bears. His first NFL coaching opportunity came in Green Bay (1995-96), where in 1996, he served as the Packers’ QBs coach and helped guide Favre to NFL MVP honors and a victory in Super Bowl XXXI.

2015-16: (with Baltimore) 2016: Named offensive coordinator in Week 6...QB Joe Flacco threw for a career-high and franchise-best 4,317 passing yards...TE Dennis Pitta set a single-season team mark for tight ends with 86 receptions...WR Mike Wallace recorded 1,017 receiving yards and 4 TDs. 2015: Served as QBs coach...Starting four different QBs (Flacco, Matt Schaub, Jimmy Clausen & Ryan Mallett) for the first time in franchise history, the Ravens ranked No. 14 in total offense (eighth passing & 26th rushing)...Prior to his season-ending knee injury, Flacco, who missed the final six games, was on pace to throw for a career-high 4,466 yards...Mornhinweg helped Baltimore post the second-most total net yards in team history (89 short of 2014 record), finishing with 5,749 yards...The Ravens also set a franchise record by averaging 266.9 passing yards per game, thanks in part to a unit that allowed the NFL’s third-fewest sacks (24).

2013-14: (with New York Jets) Spent two seasons as offensive coordinator, helping the Jets rank third in rushing offense (138.7 ypg) during that span. 2014: Helped guide a rushing attack that finished third in the NFL (142.5 ypg) behind RBs Chris Ivory and Chris Johnson...C Nick Mangold earned Pro Bowl honors for the fifth time in six seasons. 2013: Joined the Jets’ staff...QB Geno Smith became the first rookie signal caller to start all 16 games in franchise history...New York’s rushing attack finished sixth in the NFL (134.9 ypg).

2003-12: (with Philadelphia) Spent 10 seasons with the Eagles, including nine (2004-12) as the team’s offensive coordinator/assistant head coach...Under his guidance, 10 different offensive players earned a total of 17 Pro Bowl honors. 2012: In his final season with the Eagles, the offense set a then-franchise standard in completions (367). 2011: Philadelphia set a then-franchise-best 6,386 total net yards...RB LeSean McCoy had a league-high 17 rushing TDs and finished fourth in rushing yards (1,309) en route to earning a Pro Bowl nod. 2010: Philadelphia set a franchise mark in total points (439, since broken) for the third-consecutive season, which helped Mornhinweg earn Pro Football Weekly NFL Assistant Coach of the Year honors...The offense also set single-season records in completion percentage (62.0) and average per rush (5.4)...Five offensive players earned Pro Bowl honors. 2009: Philadelphia’s offense finished fifth in scoring (26.8 ppg). 2008: Eagles finished sixth in scoring (26.0 ppg) and net passing (244.4 ypg) en route to an appearance in the NFC title game. 2007: Guided the sixth-ranked offense (358.1 ypg), led by RB Brian Westbrook, who was third in the NFL with 1,333 rushing yards...Had a franchise-best 42.4 percent third-down conversion rate. 2006: Eagles’ offense set then-franchise marks in net passing yards (4,119), passer rating (96.7) and fewest INTs (9)...Finished second in the NFL in total net yards (381.4 ypg). 2004: In his first season guiding the offense, Philadelphia advanced to Super Bowl XXXIX. 2003: Spent his first season with the Eagles as a senior assistant.

2001-02: (with Detroit) Mornhinweg spent two seasons with the Lions in his first NFL head-coaching role.

1997-2000: (with San Francisco) Spent four seasons with the 49ers as offensive coordinator/QBs coach...During that span, the offense ranked third in total net yards (364.6 ypg), including third in rushing (131.4 ypg) and fifth in passing (233.2 ypg). 2000: Under Mornhinweg, WR Terrell Owens finished fourth in the NFL in receiving yards (1,451) and third in TDs (13)...QB Jeff Garcia finished second in passing yards (4,278) and third in TDs (31). 1999: The 49ers boasted the NFL’s No. 1 rushing offense (130.9 ypg). 1998: San Francisco’s offense was No. 1 in the NFL (425.0 ypg), including first in rushing (159.0 ypg) and second in passing (266.0 ypg)...San Francisco set franchise marks in total yards (6,800), first downs (381) and rushing yards (2,544)...Mornhinweg’s unit became just the third in NFL history (1939 and 1941 Chicago Bears) to lead the league in both rushing yards and gross passing yards in the same season. 1997: Helped lead the 49ers to the NFC title game in his first season with the team and first as an NFL coordinator.

1995-96: (with Green Bay) Began his NFL coaching career with the Packers, where in 1996, he helped Green Bay to a victory in Super Bowl XXXI as quarterbacks coach. 1996: Mornhinweg was promoted to QBs coach, helping lead QB Brett Favre to NFL MVP honors and a victory in Super Bowl XXXI...Favre threw a league-high and career-best 39 TDs. 1995: Entered the NFL ranks as an offensive assistant with the Packers.

1994: (with Northern Arizona) Returned to Northern Arizona, where he spent one season as offensive coordinator for the Lumberjacks.

1991-93: (with Missouri) Served on the coaching staff for three seasons at Missouri. 1992: Named offensive line coach. 1991: Joined the Tigers as tight ends/slots coach.

1989-90: (with Southeast Missouri State) Mornhinweg had his first role as a coordinator with the Redhawks, serving two seasons as offensive coordinator/quarterbacks.

1988: (with Northern Arizona) In his first stint with Northern Arizona, Mornhinweg spent one season as the team’s running backs coach.

AFL PLAYER: (1987 with Denver Dynamite) Played one season as a quarterback in the Arena Football League...Despite being lost for the season with a knee injury, the Dynamite went on to win Arena Bowl I.

1986-87: (with Texas at El Paso) Spent two seasons as a graduate assistant with the Miners.

1985: (with Montana) Spent one season as the wide receivers coach at his alma mater.

COLLEGE: Attended Montana, where he was a four-year starting quarterback for the Grizzlies...Set 15 passing records for the program...Graduated from Montana with a Bachelor of Science degree in health and physical education in 1985 and earned his Master of Science degree in health and physical education/sports administration from UTEP in 1988.

PERSONAL: Mornhinweg attended Oak Grove (San Jose, CA) HS, where he played for the legendary coach Mike Holmgren, earning Northern California High School Player of the Year honors as a senior quarterback...Elected to the Hall of Fame at both the University of Montana and Oak Grove for his play as a quarterback...He and his wife, Lindsay, have four children: two daughters, Madison and Molly Lynn, and two sons, Skyler and Bobby Cade.

 

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