On Now
Coming Up
  • Fri., Mar. 31, 2017 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM EDT Innovation Challenge The Baltimore Ravens Innovation Challenge at Light City is a live pitch competition where six startup companies present in front of a panel of judges to win a year-long marketing package with a value of $200,000 from the Baltimore Ravens.
  • Sat., Apr. 01, 2017 8:45 AM EDT Marching Ravens Auditions Come join us and become part of the best marching band in the NFL!
  • Sat., Apr. 01, 2017 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM EDT Innovation Challenge The Baltimore Ravens Innovation Challenge at Light City is a live pitch competition where six startup companies present in front of a panel of judges to win a year-long marketing package with a value of $200,000 from the Baltimore Ravens.
  • Sun., Apr. 02, 2017 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM EDT Innovation Challenge The Baltimore Ravens Innovation Challenge at Light City is a live pitch competition where six startup companies present in front of a panel of judges to win a year-long marketing package with a value of $200,000 from the Baltimore Ravens.
  • Mon., Apr. 03, 2017 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM EDT Innovation Challenge The Baltimore Ravens Innovation Challenge at Light City is a live pitch competition where six startup companies present in front of a panel of judges to win a year-long marketing package with a value of $200,000 from the Baltimore Ravens.
  • Tue., Apr. 04, 2017 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM EDT Innovation Challenge The Baltimore Ravens Innovation Challenge at Light City is a live pitch competition where six startup companies present in front of a panel of judges to win a year-long marketing package with a value of $200,000 from the Baltimore Ravens.
  • Wed., Apr. 05, 2017 11:45 AM EDT Live Pre-Draft Presser There will be a press conference featuring general manager/executive vice president Ozzie Newsome, head coach John Harbaugh, assistant general manager Eric DeCosta and director of college scouting Joe Hortiz.
  • Wed., Apr. 05, 2017 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM EDT Innovation Challenge The Baltimore Ravens Innovation Challenge at Light City is a live pitch competition where six startup companies present in front of a panel of judges to win a year-long marketing package with a value of $200,000 from the Baltimore Ravens.
  • Thu., Apr. 06, 2017 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM EDT Innovation Challenge The Baltimore Ravens Innovation Challenge at Light City is a live pitch competition where six startup companies present in front of a panel of judges to win a year-long marketing package with a value of $200,000 from the Baltimore Ravens.
  • Fri., Apr. 07, 2017 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM EDT Innovation Challenge The Baltimore Ravens Innovation Challenge at Light City is a live pitch competition where six startup companies present in front of a panel of judges to win a year-long marketing package with a value of $200,000 from the Baltimore Ravens.

Front Office

Print
RSS
Mark Smith
Head Certified Athletic Trainer

Biography

Mark Smith, entering his 32nd season with the franchise, was promoted to vice president and head certified athletic trainer in 2016. He was previously named the team’s head certified athletic trainer in 2011 following the retirement of Bill Tessendorf. One of the NFL’s longest-tenured trainers, Smith leads a team comprised of assistant certified athletic trainers Ron Medlin and Kevin Domboski, athletic training assistant Dan Adelman and physical therapist Sam Bell.

— Highlights —

1996-2016: (with Baltimore) 2016: Named the Ravens’ vice president and head certified athletic trainer in April. 2011: Tabbed as Baltimore’s head certified athletic trainer in May. 1996: Was one of 28 employees invited to join the team during the franchise’s move to Baltimore.

1985-95: (with Cleveland) 1989: Smith served on a crew that was honored as the “NFL’s Athletic Training Staff of the Year” by the Professional Football Athletic Trainers Society...The group was recognized at the annual Ed Block Courage Awards banquet held each March in Baltimore. 1985: Joined the Browns as an assistant trainer...Also worked for the Browns’ training staff during their 1979-85 training camps while he was employed full-time at Kent State.

1978-85: (with Kent State) Joined the training staff at Kent State, where he initially served as a graduate assistant in 1978 but was hired on a full-time basis shortly thereafter...Also worked for the Browns’ training staff during their 1979-85 training camps.

— College —

Graduated from Ball State with a B.S. in health education and a minor in athletic training (1978)

 

— Personal —

Mark and his wife, Peggy, have a daughter, Lyndsey, and son, Mark...Lyndsey is a 2010 graduate of Penn State University and also earned a master’s degree in 2011 at York University in England...She then received her PhD in Art History from York in 2015...Mark graduated from Bridgewater College in 2103 with a health and exercise science degree...He also earned a master’s degree from Fairleigh Dickinson University in 2015 and is currently a staffing manager for Robert Half International.

Mark Smith, entering his 32nd season with the franchise, was promoted to vice president and head certified athletic trainer in 2016. He was previously named the team’s head certified athletic trainer in 2011 following the retirement of Bill Tessendorf. One of the NFL’s longest-tenured trainers, Smith leads a team comprised of assistant certified athletic trainers Ron Medlin and Kevin Domboski, athletic training assistant Dan Adelman and physical therapist Sam Bell.

— Highlights —

1996-2016: (with Baltimore) 2016: Named the Ravens’ vice president and head certified athletic trainer in April. 2011: Tabbed as Baltimore’s head certified athletic trainer in May. 1996: Was one of 28 employees invited to join the team during the franchise’s move to Baltimore.

1985-95: (with Cleveland) 1989: Smith served on a crew that was honored as the “NFL’s Athletic Training Staff of the Year” by the Professional Football Athletic Trainers Society...The group was recognized at the annual Ed Block Courage Awards banquet held each March in Baltimore. 1985: Joined the Browns as an assistant trainer...Also worked for the Browns’ training staff during their 1979-85 training camps while he was employed full-time at Kent State.

1978-85: (with Kent State) Joined the training staff at Kent State, where he initially served as a graduate assistant in 1978 but was hired on a full-time basis shortly thereafter...Also worked for the Browns’ training staff during their 1979-85 training camps.

— College —

Graduated from Ball State with a B.S. in health education and a minor in athletic training (1978)

 

— Personal —

Mark and his wife, Peggy, have a daughter, Lyndsey, and son, Mark...Lyndsey is a 2010 graduate of Penn State University and also earned a master’s degree in 2011 at York University in England...She then received her PhD in Art History from York in 2015...Mark graduated from Bridgewater College in 2103 with a health and exercise science degree...He also earned a master’s degree from Fairleigh Dickinson University in 2015 and is currently a staffing manager for Robert Half International.