PAT MORIARTY, the team's senior vice president of football administration, has been a key part of the franchise since 1994. A longtime member of the personnel staff, Moriarty was one of the NFL's original "capologists." He is responsible for the management and strategic planning of the Baltimore salary cap. The Cleveland native negotiates all of the Ravens' player contracts, oversees salary cap administration, roster management and the day-to-day operations of the player personnel department. Moriarty is the key liaison with the NFL Management Council and NFL Players Association. Over the course of 24 years, Moriarty has negotiated player contracts totaling over $1 billion. He has negotiated contracts for 22 Ravens first-round draft choices, as well as numerous free agents. He also analyzes draft-day trades during the NFL selection process each spring. Moriarty works closely with GM Ozzie Newsome in many areas, including helping to coordinate the budgets of the scouting, coaching, equipment, football video, training, and strength and conditioning departments. In 2008, Moriarty was part of an eight-member committee to select head coach John Harbaugh.