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This is a photo of Coach Tee Martin of the Baltimore Ravens football team. This photo reflects the Baltimore Ravens roster on June 12, 2023 when this image was taken.

Tee Martin

Quarterbacks Coach

College: Tennessee

Hometown: Mobile, AL

Experience: 4 years


TEE MARTIN is in his third season with Baltimore and first as the Ravens' quarterbacks coach, following two years (2021-22) guiding wide receivers. He joined the Ravens after 15 seasons coaching primarily in the collegiate ranks, including at his alma mater, the University of Tennessee (2019-20), where he tutored wide receivers and also served as passing game coordinator and assistant head coach. As a standout quarterback and two-year starter at Tennessee (1998-99), Martin led the Vols to a 22-3 record and a victory in the first-ever BCS National Championship (1998).

  • Throughout his career, Martin has helped mentor and develop a number of successful NFL wide receivers, including Nelson Agholor, Marquise Brown, Devin Duvernay, Randall Cobb, Demarcus Robinson, JuJu Smith-Schuster and Robert Woods.
  • Named 247Sports' National Recruiter of the Year in 2016 as a member of the USC Trojans' staff.
  • Was a semifinalist for the Broyles Award, which annually honors the best assistant coach in college football, during the 2017 season at USC.

2021-22: (with Baltimore)2022: Helped guide WR Devin Duvernay to career highs in receptions (37), receiving yards (407) and TDs (3). 2021: WR Marquise Brown (1,008), alongside TE Mark Andrews (1,361), became the second Ravens tandem to eclipse 1,000 receiving yards in a season, joining WRs Michael Jackson (1,201) and Derrick Alexander (1,099) in 1996.

2019-20: (with University of Tennessee) 2020: Mentored WRs in the COVID-19-shortened season. 2019: Helped spark increased production in total offense, passing yards, rushing yards, scoring and third-down conversions.

2012-18: (with USC) Guided WRs JuJu Smith-Schuster (2014-16) and Nelson Agholor (2012-14). 2017:Helped lead USC to a No. 13 NCAA ranking, Pac-12 Championship and Cotton Bowl berth...Was a semifinalist for the Broyles Award, which annually honors the best assistant coach in college football. 2016:Helped lead the Trojans to a Rose Bowl victory over Penn State...Named 247Sports' National Recruiter of the Year. 2014: Agholor led the team with 104 receptions for 1,313 yards and 12 TDs, before becoming a 2015 first-round pick by the Eagles. 2012: Tutored future NFL WR Robert Woods.

2010-11: (with Kentucky) 2010: Mentored Pro Bowl WR Randall Cobb, who was a first-team All-American as a junior before being drafted in the second round by the Packers.

2009: (with New Mexico) QBs coach for one season.

2007-08: (with two high schools) 2008: Was the offensive coordinator/QBs coach for North Atlanta HS. 2007:Served as North Cobb HS's passing game coordinator/QBs coach.

2006: (with Morehouse College) Entered the coaching ranks as Morehouse's passing game coordinator.

PRO PLAYER: (2000-03) Played three seasons in the NFL , two with Pittsburgh (2000-01), who selected him in the fifth round of the 2000 Draft, and one with the Raiders (2003)...Spent one training camp (2002) with the Eagles...Also played in the Canadian Football League with Winnipeg (2004-05) and one season (2002) with the Rhein Fire of the NFL Europe League.

COLLEGE: Started for two years at quarterback for the University of Tennessee after serving as Peyton Manning's backup during his freshman and sophomore seasons...Ended his career 22-3 as the starter...Led the Vols to a victory in the first-ever BCS National Championship (1998)...Earned All-SEC honors in 1999, while leading Tennessee to a 9-3 record and a second-consecutive Fiesta Bowl appearance...Earned a bachelor's degree in sport management from Tennessee.

PERSONAL:Martin attended Williamson (Mobile, AL) HS...He and his wife, Toya, are the parents of Kaden (19), Cannon (11) and twins A'Yadra and Amari (23)...Kaden plays baseball at Miami (FL)...Amari, who played WR at Clemson, was selected by the Packers in the third round of the 2021 NFL Draft...Toya is a recording artist.