In John Harbaugh's eyes, perhaps quantity equates to quality.
Heading into the 2014 season, the Ravens will have 25 total coaches on staff. This is an increase of four coaches from last season and is tied for the most on one staff with Philadelphia and Seattle. The four added coaches is actually the biggest increase of all NFL teams.
Here's the full list of Ravens coaches for the upcoming season:
John Harbaugh, Head Coach
Jerry Rosburg, Associate Head Coach / Special Teams Coordiantor
Steve Spagnuolo, Assistant Head Coach / Secondary Coach
Gary Kubiak, Offensive Coordinator
Dean Pees, Defensive Coordinator
Juney Barnett, Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach
Clarence Brooks, Defensive Line Coach
Juan Castillo, Offensive Line Coach
Billy DeLorbe, Cross-training Specialist
Rick Dennison, Quarterbacks Coach
Bobby Engram, Wide Receivers Coach
Thomas Hammock, Running Backs Coach
Chris Hewitt, Assistant Secondary Coach
Don Martindale, Inside Linebackers Coach
Ted Monachino, Linebackers Coach
Brian Pariani, Tight Ends Coach
Bob Rogucki, Strength & Conditioning Coach
Craig Ver Steeg, Senior Offensive Assistant
Todd Washington, Assistant Offensive Line
Matt Weiss, Defensive Quality Control
Randy Brown, Kicking Consultant
Jay Harbaugh, Offensive Quality Control
Megan McLaughlin, Executive Assistant / Football Information Manager
Dan Parsons, Assistant To Head Coach
Drew Wilkins, Coaching Staff Assistant
That's quite a crew helping to run a football on a daily basis.
Don't assume that means anything because the Buccaneers were next on the list with a deep coaching staff in 2013 with 23 and finished 4-12. At the end of the day player personnel is more important.
But it is worth noting that the Ravens feel strongly in a deep and versatile coaching staff to help win ball games. We'll see if this approach pays off in 2014.
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