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  • Mon., Aug. 01, 2016 7:00 PM EDT Training Camp Military Appreciation Day The first M&T Bank Stadium practice will take place on Monday, Aug. 1 at 7 p.m. This practice – free and open to all fans – coincides with the Ravens’ annual Military Appreciation Day. Approximately 3,500 special seats will be reserved for active service members and veterans who present valid military identification upon check-in at the stadium.
  • Sat., Aug. 06, 2016 6:00 PM EDT Training Camp Fireworks Night On Saturday, Aug. 6 at 6 p.m., the second M&T Bank Stadium practice will showcase the organization’s third-annual Fireworks Night, an event highlighted by post-practice autographs for children and a fireworks/laser show.
  • Fri., Sep. 09, 2016 5:00 PM EDT Countdown To Kickoff Party Presented By Miller Lite Grammy Award®-nominated rock band 3 DOORS DOWN will perform at the Ravens Countdown to Kickoff Party Presented by Miller Lite on Friday, Sept. 9 at Maryland State Fairgrounds. Gates open at 5:00 p.m. Open to all ages.
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  • Sun., Oct. 23, 2016 7:30 AM EDT Purple Away Game Trip Up the Jersey Turnpike we go! Hit the road with the Purple Club on Sunday, October 23rd to watch our Baltimore Ravens take on the New York Jets for a 1:00 p.m. game at MetLife Stadium. Don't miss your chance to join the only NFL women's fan club to travel into unfamiliar territory!
  • Sat., Dec. 10, 2016 2:00 PM EST Army vs. Navy Football Don't miss one of the greatest events you can ever attend! The Army-Navy Game presented by USAA returns to M&T Bank Stadium on Saturday, December 10, 2016

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Todd Washington
Assistant Offensive Line Coach
Age:
40
College:
Virginia Tech
Hometown:
Onley, VA
Experience:
6

Biography

TODD WASHINGTON is in his sixth year as Baltimore’s assistant offensive line coach. Washington, who played eight years as a C/G in the league (Houston and Tampa Bay), entered the NFL coaching ranks in 2011 with the Ravens. In 2015, the offense set a franchise record for net passing yards (4, 271) with four different starting QBs. In 2014, he worked with an O-line that helped QB Joe Flacco set career highs in yards (3,986) and TD passes (27). The Ravens’ offense also set single-season franchise records for points (409) and total yards (5,838) during the ’14 campaign. In 2012, Baltimore’s Super Bowl XLVII-winning season, the O-line helped RB Ray Rice break 1,000 rushing yards for the fourth-consecutive year. The Ravens’ offense also set a franchise record producing 72 offensive plays of 20-or-more yards in 2012.

2011-15: (with Baltimore)
Since 2014, Baltimore’s 43 sacks permitted rank as the NFL’s fewest...Ravens allowed zero sacks in 10 games (from 2014-15), a mark that entering 2016 ties (Cincinnati) for the NFL’s most. 2015: O-line permitted the NFL’s third-fewest sacks (24)...G Marshal Yanda received his fifth-consecutive Pro Bowl nod after starting all 16 games. 2014: Yanda earned his fourth-consecutive Pro Bowl...Pro Bowl RB Justin Forsett rushed for a career high 1,266 yards (NFL’s fifth most)...Baltimore allowed the second-fewest sacks in team history (19, which ranked second only to Denver’s 17) and scored the NFL’s eighth-most points (25.6 ppg). 2013: Yanda earned his third Pro Bowl, with the O-line helping RB Ray Rice (9,214) pass RB Jamal Lewis (9,166) as the Ravens’ all-time leader in scrimmage yards. 2012: The Ravens produced a team-record 254 points at home and 31.8 ppg (the NFL’s fourth-best home average), en route to Baltimore winning Super Bowl XLVII...Helped guide Yanda to his second Pro Bowl...Ravens set a franchise single-season record low and tied for the NFL’s second-fewest turnovers (16). 2011: Led by veteran C Matt Birk, a six-time Pro Bowler, the O-line produced two first-time Pro Bowlers: Yanda and G Ben Grubbs...Rice led the NFL in yards from scrimmage (2,068), second most in Ravens history.

2010: (with UFL’s Hartford Colonials)
Spent one season as the Colonials’ O-line coach...Hartford ranked No. 1 in total offense and No. 1 in rushing yards.

2007-09: (with University of San Diego)
2009: Named USD’s offensive coordinator...Toreros suffered significant injuries and lost seven games by an average of five points. 2008: Offense ranked first in the Pioneer Football League in scoring (35.3 ppg), total offense (405.4 ypg), passing (269.1 ypg) and pass efficiency (163.2 rtg). 2007: Offensive line helped offense average 44.3 points per game and 483.1 total yards per game...Two senior O-linemen (C Jordan Paopao and G Gabe DeAnda) were named All-PFL first team.

NFL player: (1998-2005)
Played in 97 career NFL games, with 17 starts for two NFL teams. 2003-05: (Houston) 2003: Made a career-high 14 starts at LG for the Texans. 1998-2002: (Tampa Bay) 2002: Was part of the Buccaneers’ Super Bowl XXXVII championship team. 1998: Selected in the fourth round (104th overall) of the NFL Draft by Tampa Bay.

College:
Earned his B.S. in physical education and health from Virginia Tech (‘98), where he earned All-Big East first-team honors as a senior (‘97) at C/G...Also played in the Senior Bowl...Helped the Hokies average almost 200 rushing yards per game during his junior and senior seasons.

Personal:
Was a training camp coaching intern for the St. Louis Rams (2010) and San Diego Chargers (2009)...Also did internships with East Texas Baptist University (August, 2006) and the Amsterdam Admirals (February, 2006) at their NFL Europe training camp...Played offensive tackle at Nandua (Onley, VA) HS...Todd and his wife, Shannon, have two sons, Cameron (17) and Zane (11), and a daughter, Ava (13).

TODD WASHINGTON is in his sixth year as Baltimore’s assistant offensive line coach. Washington, who played eight years as a C/G in the league (Houston and Tampa Bay), entered the NFL coaching ranks in 2011 with the Ravens. In 2015, the offense set a franchise record for net passing yards (4, 271) with four different starting QBs. In 2014, he worked with an O-line that helped QB Joe Flacco set career highs in yards (3,986) and TD passes (27). The Ravens’ offense also set single-season franchise records for points (409) and total yards (5,838) during the ’14 campaign. In 2012, Baltimore’s Super Bowl XLVII-winning season, the O-line helped RB Ray Rice break 1,000 rushing yards for the fourth-consecutive year. The Ravens’ offense also set a franchise record producing 72 offensive plays of 20-or-more yards in 2012.

2011-15: (with Baltimore)
Since 2014, Baltimore’s 43 sacks permitted rank as the NFL’s fewest...Ravens allowed zero sacks in 10 games (from 2014-15), a mark that entering 2016 ties (Cincinnati) for the NFL’s most. 2015: O-line permitted the NFL’s third-fewest sacks (24)...G Marshal Yanda received his fifth-consecutive Pro Bowl nod after starting all 16 games. 2014: Yanda earned his fourth-consecutive Pro Bowl...Pro Bowl RB Justin Forsett rushed for a career high 1,266 yards (NFL’s fifth most)...Baltimore allowed the second-fewest sacks in team history (19, which ranked second only to Denver’s 17) and scored the NFL’s eighth-most points (25.6 ppg). 2013: Yanda earned his third Pro Bowl, with the O-line helping RB Ray Rice (9,214) pass RB Jamal Lewis (9,166) as the Ravens’ all-time leader in scrimmage yards. 2012: The Ravens produced a team-record 254 points at home and 31.8 ppg (the NFL’s fourth-best home average), en route to Baltimore winning Super Bowl XLVII...Helped guide Yanda to his second Pro Bowl...Ravens set a franchise single-season record low and tied for the NFL’s second-fewest turnovers (16). 2011: Led by veteran C Matt Birk, a six-time Pro Bowler, the O-line produced two first-time Pro Bowlers: Yanda and G Ben Grubbs...Rice led the NFL in yards from scrimmage (2,068), second most in Ravens history.

2010: (with UFL’s Hartford Colonials)
Spent one season as the Colonials’ O-line coach...Hartford ranked No. 1 in total offense and No. 1 in rushing yards.

2007-09: (with University of San Diego)
2009: Named USD’s offensive coordinator...Toreros suffered significant injuries and lost seven games by an average of five points. 2008: Offense ranked first in the Pioneer Football League in scoring (35.3 ppg), total offense (405.4 ypg), passing (269.1 ypg) and pass efficiency (163.2 rtg). 2007: Offensive line helped offense average 44.3 points per game and 483.1 total yards per game...Two senior O-linemen (C Jordan Paopao and G Gabe DeAnda) were named All-PFL first team.

NFL player: (1998-2005)
Played in 97 career NFL games, with 17 starts for two NFL teams. 2003-05: (Houston) 2003: Made a career-high 14 starts at LG for the Texans. 1998-2002: (Tampa Bay) 2002: Was part of the Buccaneers’ Super Bowl XXXVII championship team. 1998: Selected in the fourth round (104th overall) of the NFL Draft by Tampa Bay.

College:
Earned his B.S. in physical education and health from Virginia Tech (‘98), where he earned All-Big East first-team honors as a senior (‘97) at C/G...Also played in the Senior Bowl...Helped the Hokies average almost 200 rushing yards per game during his junior and senior seasons.

Personal:
Was a training camp coaching intern for the St. Louis Rams (2010) and San Diego Chargers (2009)...Also did internships with East Texas Baptist University (August, 2006) and the Amsterdam Admirals (February, 2006) at their NFL Europe training camp...Played offensive tackle at Nandua (Onley, VA) HS...Todd and his wife, Shannon, have two sons, Cameron (17) and Zane (11), and a daughter, Ava (13).