NOAH RILEY was elevated to coaching analyst in 2023 after spending two seasons as Baltimore's coaching research intern. In his new role, Riley will support director of football research Scott Cohen in formulating weekly reports for opponent preparation and aiding self-scouting processes. Prior to his Baltimore arrival, Riley served as an offensive assistant at the College of San Mateo. In 2019, he published Breaking Down The 2018 Oklahoma Offense. Riley, a Palo Alto, CA, native, enjoyed a decorated prep career at QB for Palo Alto's Gunn HS, before spending one year on the football team at Whitworth University and finishing his collegiate career at Lewis & Clark College. He earned his bachelor's degree in psychology from Lewis & Clark College in 2020. Riley's brother, David, is the head basketball coach at Eastern Washington University, while his uncle, Mike, is a lifelong football coach with former stints as the head man for Nebraska (2015-2017), Oregon State (1997-98, 2003-2014) and the San Diego Chargers (1999-2001).