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Richard Angulo
Assistant Offensive Line
Age:
37
College:
Western New Mexico
Hometown:
Santa Ana, CA
Experience:
4

Biography

RICHARD ANGULO is in his fourth year with the Ravens and his first as the team’s assistant offensive line coach. From 2015-16, he served as Baltimore’s tight ends coach after being promoted from his original position of offensive coaching intern (2014). In 2016, Angulo guided the Ravens’ deep tight ends corps, which was highlighted by TE Dennis Pitta, who led the NFL in receptions (86) by a tight end and produced the second-most (tied, WR Derrick Mason - 2005) catches in Ravens single-season history. In 2015, Angulo helped lead a young tight ends group that contributed to the league’s eighth-best passing attack (266.9 ypg) and a franchise record in net passing yards (4,271). During his first season in Baltimore as an offensive coaching intern, he helped provide statistical analysis, self-scouting reports and breakdowns of opposing defenses. That year, the Ravens’ offense posted single-season franchise records in total points (409) and total yards (5,838). Prior to joining the Ravens, Angulo spent two years (2012-13) at Trinity International University as the Trojans’ offensive line/strength and conditioning coach. Angulo also has six years of NFL playing experience as a tight end. He was originally a seventh-round draft pick of the St. Louis Rams in 2003 and spent time with the Vikings (2004-06), Bears (2006) and Jaguars (2007-08).

2014-16: (with Baltimore) 2016: TE Dennis Pitta ranked No. 1 in the NFL in catches (86) by a tight end, while his 86 receptions also stand as the most by a TE in Ravens single-season history and tie (Derrick Mason, 2005) for second overall...Pitta also finished with a career-high 729 receiving yards. 2015: Helped guide a young TEs group led by Crockett Gillmore, who set career highs in receptions (33), receiving yards (412) and receiving TDs (4) before being placed on Injured Reserve (back)...TE Maxx Williams broke Ravens rookie tight end marks in receptions (32) and receiving yards (268)...Baltimore tallied the second-most total net yards (5,749) in team history. 2014: Entered the NFL coaching ranks as an offensive coaching intern...Ravens set franchise records in total points (409) and total yards (5,838)...Also permitted 19 sacks, the second fewest in team history (17 in 2006) and in the NFL...QB Joe Flacco finished the season with career bests in yards (3,986) and TD passes (27).

2012-13: (with Trinity International) Spent two seasons as the offensive line/strength and conditioning coach at Trinity International. 2013: RB Chris Elliott posted his second-consecutive 1,000-yard rushing season, becoming the first back in school history to accomplish the feat...QB Steven Anderson became TIU’s all-time leader in passing yards. 2012: Joined the Trojans and helped the offense rank 10th nationally in the NAIA, averaging 446.0 yards per game.

NFL PLAYER: (2003-08) Six-year NFL veteran who played for four teams...Appeared in 27 career games (six starts) and recorded 17 catches for 155 yards (9.1 avg.) and 1 TD in his career. 2007-08: (Jacksonville) Posted career highs with the Jaguars, appearing in 20 games (six starts) and totaling 16 catches for 144 yards and 1 TD in two seasons. 2004-06: (Minnesota/Chicago) Played in two games with the Vikings in 2006, recording 1 catch for 11 yards. 2003: (St. Louis) Originally drafted in the seventh round by the Rams but did not play in any regular season games.

COLLEGE: Played TE at Western New Mexico, where he originally joined the Mustangs as a walk-on...Angulo was the first player in school history to be drafted or make an NFL active roster...Earned a bachelor’s degree in rehabilitation.

PERSONAL: Attended Sandia (Albuquerque, NM) HS, where he lettered in football and basketball...During the 2013 offseason, Angulo took part in the Bill Walsh NFL Minority Coaching Fellowship with the Minnesota Vikings...Began his coaching career with a brief stint as TEs coach at Lake Forest (IL) College before joining Trinity...He and his wife, Michelle, have one daughter, Adriana (4).

RICHARD ANGULO is in his fourth year with the Ravens and his first as the team’s assistant offensive line coach. From 2015-16, he served as Baltimore’s tight ends coach after being promoted from his original position of offensive coaching intern (2014). In 2016, Angulo guided the Ravens’ deep tight ends corps, which was highlighted by TE Dennis Pitta, who led the NFL in receptions (86) by a tight end and produced the second-most (tied, WR Derrick Mason - 2005) catches in Ravens single-season history. In 2015, Angulo helped lead a young tight ends group that contributed to the league’s eighth-best passing attack (266.9 ypg) and a franchise record in net passing yards (4,271). During his first season in Baltimore as an offensive coaching intern, he helped provide statistical analysis, self-scouting reports and breakdowns of opposing defenses. That year, the Ravens’ offense posted single-season franchise records in total points (409) and total yards (5,838). Prior to joining the Ravens, Angulo spent two years (2012-13) at Trinity International University as the Trojans’ offensive line/strength and conditioning coach. Angulo also has six years of NFL playing experience as a tight end. He was originally a seventh-round draft pick of the St. Louis Rams in 2003 and spent time with the Vikings (2004-06), Bears (2006) and Jaguars (2007-08).

2014-16: (with Baltimore) 2016: TE Dennis Pitta ranked No. 1 in the NFL in catches (86) by a tight end, while his 86 receptions also stand as the most by a TE in Ravens single-season history and tie (Derrick Mason, 2005) for second overall...Pitta also finished with a career-high 729 receiving yards. 2015: Helped guide a young TEs group led by Crockett Gillmore, who set career highs in receptions (33), receiving yards (412) and receiving TDs (4) before being placed on Injured Reserve (back)...TE Maxx Williams broke Ravens rookie tight end marks in receptions (32) and receiving yards (268)...Baltimore tallied the second-most total net yards (5,749) in team history. 2014: Entered the NFL coaching ranks as an offensive coaching intern...Ravens set franchise records in total points (409) and total yards (5,838)...Also permitted 19 sacks, the second fewest in team history (17 in 2006) and in the NFL...QB Joe Flacco finished the season with career bests in yards (3,986) and TD passes (27).

2012-13: (with Trinity International) Spent two seasons as the offensive line/strength and conditioning coach at Trinity International. 2013: RB Chris Elliott posted his second-consecutive 1,000-yard rushing season, becoming the first back in school history to accomplish the feat...QB Steven Anderson became TIU’s all-time leader in passing yards. 2012: Joined the Trojans and helped the offense rank 10th nationally in the NAIA, averaging 446.0 yards per game.

NFL PLAYER: (2003-08) Six-year NFL veteran who played for four teams...Appeared in 27 career games (six starts) and recorded 17 catches for 155 yards (9.1 avg.) and 1 TD in his career. 2007-08: (Jacksonville) Posted career highs with the Jaguars, appearing in 20 games (six starts) and totaling 16 catches for 144 yards and 1 TD in two seasons. 2004-06: (Minnesota/Chicago) Played in two games with the Vikings in 2006, recording 1 catch for 11 yards. 2003: (St. Louis) Originally drafted in the seventh round by the Rams but did not play in any regular season games.

COLLEGE: Played TE at Western New Mexico, where he originally joined the Mustangs as a walk-on...Angulo was the first player in school history to be drafted or make an NFL active roster...Earned a bachelor’s degree in rehabilitation.

PERSONAL: Attended Sandia (Albuquerque, NM) HS, where he lettered in football and basketball...During the 2013 offseason, Angulo took part in the Bill Walsh NFL Minority Coaching Fellowship with the Minnesota Vikings...Began his coaching career with a brief stint as TEs coach at Lake Forest (IL) College before joining Trinity...He and his wife, Michelle, have one daughter, Adriana (4).

 

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