Anthony Watson is in his third NFL season as the Ravens' assistant strength and conditioning coach.
Anthony Watson is in his third NFL season as the Ravens' assistant strength and conditioning coach. Watson works closely with head strength and conditioning coach Steve Saunders to oversee a program that helps prepare players for the rigors of each NFL season. He joined the Ravens after spending several years working at Power Train Sports in Pennsylvania. (Power Train is a sports performance and fitness training facility founded by Saunders in 2000.) Watson attended Lycoming (PA) College, where he played basketball and finished his career tied for fourth in school history in 10-plus assist games. Born in Philadelphia, PA, Watson attended Archbishop Carroll HS, where he was a four-year letterman in basketball and earned All-Catholic honorable mention honors as a senior. He and his wife, Chelsea, have two children: a son, Karter (7) and daughter, Kyah (2).
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