DAVID CULLEY joined the Ravens in 2019 as the team's assistant head coach / pass coordinator / wide receivers coach. Entering his 27th NFL coaching season overall, Culley assists the Ravens' offense (which ranked No. 1 in scoring – 33.2 ppg – in 2019) in creating a passing scheme that complements the team's rushing attack. Culley also guides the Ravens' wide receivers, including '19 first-rounder Marquise Brown, whose 7 receiving TDs tied (Marlon Brown and Torrey Smith) a rookie franchise season high. In Culley's first season in Baltimore (2019), the WRs also were key blockers for the team's No. 1-ranked rushing unit (206.0 ypg). The Ravens also ranked No. 2 in total yards (407.6) per game and set team records for touchdowns (64), points (531), net yards (6,521), rushing yards (3,296), first downs (386) and fewest turnovers (15). Prior to joining the Ravens, Culley spent two years (2017-18) as the Bills' QBs coach. Prior to his time in Buffalo, Culley served as assistant head coach/wide receivers coach with Kansas City (2013-16), where he helped guide the Chiefs to three playoff appearances during his four seasons. The veteran coach also worked alongside John Harbaugh for nine seasons (1999-2007) in Philadelphia. During his tenure with the Eagles (1999-2012), Culley spent time as wide receivers coach (1999-2010) and as a senior offensive assistant/WRs (2011-12). Culley's NFL coaching career has also included stops as wide receivers coach with the Pittsburgh Steelers (1996-98) and Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1994-95). Before entering the NFL, he spent 16 years coaching in the collegiate ranks.