Bobby Engram, who enjoyed a 14-year NFL playing career, is in his fifth season as the Ravens’ wide receivers coach. In his 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 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.