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Bobby Engram

Tight Ends Coach

College: Penn State

Hometown: Camden, SC

Experience: 9 years


Bobby Engram, who enjoyed a 14-year NFL playing career, is in his eighth season with the Ravens and his third as the team's tight ends coach. Engram spent his first five seasons in Baltimore guiding the wide receivers. In 2020, the Ravens' offense continued to flourish, scoring the NFL's seventh-most points (29.3 ppg) and leading the league in rushing (3,071) for the second-straight season. Standout TE Mark Andrews, who earned his first trip to the Pro Bowl in 2019, tied for the team lead with 58 catches for 701 yards and 7 TDs in 2020, becoming the first TE in Ravens history with multiple seasons of at least 700 receiving yards and 7 receiving TDs. Baltimore suffered a blow when TE Nick Boyle, a crucial member of the Ravens' offensive attack, sustained a season-ending knee injury in Week 10, but Engram coached a combination of players, including versatile Pro Bowl FB Patrick Ricard and free agent TE Eric Tomlinson, to fill the void. In 2019, Ravens tight ends were an integral part of the team's record-setting offense and 14-2 franchise-best season. Andrews, who earned his first Pro Bowl, led the team with 64 receptions, 852 receiving yards and 10 receiving TDs. Boyle and TE Hayden Hurst rounded out the trio that accounted for three of the team's Top 5 receptions leaders. The 2019 Ravens ranked No. 1 in points (33.2) and rushing yards (206.0) per game, while they finished No. 2 in total yards (407.6). The Ravens set a new NFL single-season rushing record (3,296), besting the 1978 Patriots (3,165). Baltimore also became the first team ever to average 200 passing and 200 rushing yards per game in a season. The 2019 Ravens also set season team records for TDs (64), points (531), net yards (6,521), rushing yards (3,296), first downs (386) and fewest turnovers (15). In 2018, Baltimore's offense produced a then-franchise-record 5,999 total net yards. In Engram's third year (2016) guiding Baltimore's receivers, Engram's group helped record the second-most net passing yards in team history (4,100), including a franchise-best 4,317 passing yards by QB Joe Flacco. Engram also helped WR Mike Wallace achieve his third-career 1,000-yard campaign (1,017 yards on 72 receptions) in the receiver's first season with the team. WR Steve Smith Sr., in his 16th and final campaign, led the team with 5 TD receptions, adding 70 catches and 799 yards in 2016. Smith Sr. finished his illustrious career ranked seventh on the NFL's all-time receiving yards chart (14,731) and 12th in receptions (1,031). Prior to entering the coaching ranks, Engram's successful NFL playing career spanned 14 seasons (1996-2009) and three teams (Chicago, Seattle and Kansas City). Originally a second-round draft pick by the Bears, Engram played in 176 career games, totaling 650 receptions for 7,751 yards and 35 TDs.