MATT ROBINSON is in his third season in Baltimore and first as a defensive quality control coach, primarily working with the defensive front. He originally joined the Ravens in 2021 as a coaching fellow, working with the defensive staff and specifically, assisting with the outside linebackers, before helping the defensive backs in 2022. Prior to his Baltimore arrival, Robinson spent two seasons as a defensive assistant at the University of Maryland, initially joining his alma mater as a graduate assistant in 2019 before earning a promotion to defensive quality control in 2020. He first entered the coaching ranks as a defensive graduate assistant with the University of Connecticut, a post he held for two seasons (2017-18). Robinson played five seasons (2010-14) for the Terrapins, seeing time at both defensive back and linebacker. He signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars as an undrafted rookie free agent in 2015 but suffered a hamstring injury during training camp. Robinson earned a bachelor's degree in criminal justice and a master's degree in supply chain management from Maryland.