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It was a little like old home week today at McDaniel College, where former Ravens linebacker Cornell Brown showed up to watch practice, and another former Raven, Brad Jackson, continued

to work with the team's linebackers as a coaching intern.

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Jackson spent four seasons with the Ravens as a prominent special teamer and reserve linebacker, including the Super Bowl season in 2000. Since retiring, he's gone on to work as an analyst for Comcast Sports and had his own radio show.

Last year, Jackson was a coaching intern under Tony Dungy with the Indianapolis Colts, and this year joined the Ravens in that capacity. Because he is played in the league, is smart and can communicate well, he would make a nice addition to someone's coaching staff.

He said he's interested in coaching with the idea of becoming a head coach, but said any offer would have to be the right fit. He was recruited to the University of Cincinnati by Ravens coach John Harbaugh, interestingly enough.

Because he and his family live in Baltimore, this would be a good fit for Jackson. Beside his media obligations, he also owns a company called Carchex, located in Hunt Valley, which supplies certain needs for car owners.

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