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William Sheridan
Equipment Manager

Biography

William Sheridan, named the Ravens’ equipment manager in May 2012, is in the 27th season of his NFL career, including his 10th in Baltimore. Sheridan’s career spans three professional sports, having been involved with the NFL, NHL and MLB. He leads a department comprised of assistant equipment managers Tom Wood and Kenico Hines and equipment assistant Drew Flack.

— Highlights —

2007-16: (with Baltimore) 2012: Named the Ravens’ head equipment manager the year Baltimore won Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans. 2007: Joined the team after serving 10 seasons with the Tennessee Titans/Oilers.

1997-2006: (with Tennessee) 1997: Joined the Oilers, who were renamed the Titans in 1999, as an assistant equipment manager...In addition to working with the franchise, Sheridan – an avid hockey fan – volunteered his time regularly assisting the NHL’s Nashville Predators’ equipment staff from 1998-2006.

1996-97: (with South Florida) 1996: Was named the first-ever football equipment manager for program’s inaugural season.

1989-95: (with Cleveland) 1993: Became a member of the National Equipment Managers Association. 1991: Was named assistant equipment manager. 1989: Joined the Browns’ equipment staff in an internship capacity, working with the team for two seasons in that role.

— College —

Attended Toledo and majored in information technology

 

— Personal —

William and his wife, Mollie, have a son, William (17) – who plays in multiple competitive youth hockey leagues – and two daughters, Caitlyn (12), a standout gymnast, and Bryn (10), an avid swimmer...Both daughters are also very much involved in cheerleading...The family resides in Hanover, PA...Sheridan’s father, Bill, who also spent time working with the Browns, was the Cleveland Indians’ longtime clubhouse manager, beginning his career as a bat boy in 1948 for the pennant-winning club...Because of this, William grew up regularly assisting the Indians’ clubhouse staff, also working one season as a bat boy.

William Sheridan, named the Ravens’ equipment manager in May 2012, is in the 27th season of his NFL career, including his 10th in Baltimore. Sheridan’s career spans three professional sports, having been involved with the NFL, NHL and MLB. He leads a department comprised of assistant equipment managers Tom Wood and Kenico Hines and equipment assistant Drew Flack.

— Highlights —

2007-16: (with Baltimore) 2012: Named the Ravens’ head equipment manager the year Baltimore won Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans. 2007: Joined the team after serving 10 seasons with the Tennessee Titans/Oilers.

1997-2006: (with Tennessee) 1997: Joined the Oilers, who were renamed the Titans in 1999, as an assistant equipment manager...In addition to working with the franchise, Sheridan – an avid hockey fan – volunteered his time regularly assisting the NHL’s Nashville Predators’ equipment staff from 1998-2006.

1996-97: (with South Florida) 1996: Was named the first-ever football equipment manager for program’s inaugural season.

1989-95: (with Cleveland) 1993: Became a member of the National Equipment Managers Association. 1991: Was named assistant equipment manager. 1989: Joined the Browns’ equipment staff in an internship capacity, working with the team for two seasons in that role.

— College —

Attended Toledo and majored in information technology

 

— Personal —

William and his wife, Mollie, have a son, William (17) – who plays in multiple competitive youth hockey leagues – and two daughters, Caitlyn (12), a standout gymnast, and Bryn (10), an avid swimmer...Both daughters are also very much involved in cheerleading...The family resides in Hanover, PA...Sheridan’s father, Bill, who also spent time working with the Browns, was the Cleveland Indians’ longtime clubhouse manager, beginning his career as a bat boy in 1948 for the pennant-winning club...Because of this, William grew up regularly assisting the Indians’ clubhouse staff, also working one season as a bat boy.

 
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