Thomas Hammock

Running Backs Coach

College: Northern Illinois

Hometown: Jersey City, NJ

Experience: 5 years


Thomas Hammock is in his fifth year as the Ravens' running backs coach. In 2017, he helped guide RB Alex Collins to a breakout season, when the young back tallied 973 rushing yards and 1,160 yards from scrimmage, adding 6 TDs. Collins' 4.6-yard rushing average ranked fourth among NFL RBs who posted over 200 carries. In 2016, RB Terrance West produced his best year as a pro after rushing for a team- and career-high 774 rushing yards and 5 TDs, while rookie RB Kenneth Dixon averaged a team-best 4.3 yards per carry (88 rushes for 382 yards and 2 TDs). FB Kyle Juszczyk, who led the NFL in catches (37) and receiving yards (266) by a fullback, earned his first Pro Bowl nod under Hammock's guidance. In 2014, the Ravens ranked eighth in the NFL with 126.2 rushing yards per game. RB Justin Forsett earned his first Pro Bowl after he produced a career-high 1,266 rushing yards (NFL's fifth most) and led the league in runs of 20-plus yards (a team-record 17). Forsett's franchise-record 5.4 yards-per-carry average ranked first among NFL RBs.