Chris Hewitt

Pass Defense Coordinator

College: Cincinnati

Hometown: Englewood, NJ

Experience: 8 years


Chris Hewitt enters his second season as the Ravens' secondary coach after being promoted prior to the 2017 campaign. He previously served as the team's defensive backs coach from 2015-16 and the assistant secondary coach in 2014. Entering his seventh-overall season in Baltimore, Hewitt also spent two years (2012-13) helping guide a Ravens' special teams unit led by special teams coordinator/associate head coach Jerry Rosburg, for whom Hewitt played at the University of Cincinnati while Rosburg was an assistant. In 2017, Baltimore's defense racked up an NFL-best 22 INTs. The Ravens also forced an NFL-high 34 turnovers and finished with the league's No. 1 turnover differential (+17). Baltimore's pass defense finished 10th (213.8 ypg), while its defensive passer rating (72.4) was the NFL's second-best mark. Over the past two seasons (2016-17), the Ravens have recorded more takeaways (62) and INTs (40) than any other NFL team.