The Baltimore Ravens have promoted Chris Hewitt to Associate Head Coach, expanding his role as Defensive Pass Game Coordinator and Secondary Coach.By the Numbers
- Chris Hewitt has been with the Ravens for 12 years, starting as an assistant special teams coach in 2012.
- Under Hewitt's leadership, the Ravens' defensive backfield has seen multiple Pro Bowls and All-Pro seasons from players like Marlon Humphrey, Marcus Peters, Eric Weddle, and Earl Thomas.
- Geno Stone, under Hewitt's guidance, led the AFC with a career-high seven interceptions this past season.
- Hewitt's promotion comes after several key defensive assistants departed the Ravens' coaching staff this off-season.
- The move aims to retain one of their top remaining assistants in an elevated role.
Chris Hewitt's promotion to Associate Head Coach solidifies his position as a valuable asset to the Ravens amid the departure of key defensive assistants.
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