CINCINNATI, Jan. 1 (UPI) — Another disappointing season might lead to Baltimore Ravens coaches losing jobs.
On Saturday, Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun reported that offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg “will likely” be one of those coaches.
“Mornhinweg is the Ravens’ fifth offensive coordinator in as many seasons and the Ravens will likely be searching for another one this offseason,” Zrebiec wrote.
Ravens coach John Harbaugh fired former offensive coordinator Marc Trestman following the team’s Week 5 loss to the Washington Redskins.
The Ravens offense ranks No. 19 in points scored and No. 18 in yards this season. That’s actually an improvement over the previous three seasons for Mornhinweg offenses, which haven’t ranked better than No. 28 in points scored since 2011.
Mornhinweg held a 5-27 record as an NFL head coach in two seasons with the Detroit Lions. He began his NFL coaching career in 1995, working in offensive quality control with the Green Bay Packers. He has also been a part of the staff for the San Francisco 49ers, Philadelphia Eagles, and New York Jets.
Harbaugh, who is 85-58 coaching the Ravens, has fired five offensive coordinators during his tenure. A source told NBC’s Pro Football Talk that there is “no chance” Harbaugh will lose his job.
The Ravens [7-8] battle the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium.