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Ravens hire Kerry Dixon, former Morgan State aide, as assistant quarterbacks coach

PALM BEACH, Fla. — The Ravens have hired Kerry Dixon as their assistant quarterbacks coach, the team announced Monday.

Dixon, a former college quarterback, most recently served as Georgia Tech’s wide receivers coach. Over his 15 years as a college assistant, he also coached Morgan State’s quarterbacks in 2007. Dixon will work with quarterbacks coach James Urban in Baltimore.

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“We’re excited to welcome Kerry to our staff as the assistant quarterbacks coach,” head coach John Harbaugh said in a statement released by the team. “Kerry has been a successful collegiate coach for many years. Also a former quarterback and team captain at Hampton, he has a high football IQ and leadership qualities that inspire those around him. Kerry will work well with James Urban and help our quarterbacks continue to chase new heights.”

Dixon last coached quarterbacks in 2008, when he served on Texas Southern’s staff, but he worked as an offensive assistant throughout his college coaching career. A Houston native, Dixon made two starts at quarterback as a freshman at Baylor and finished his career as a Hampton quarterback.

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Dixon is the third newcomer on the Ravens’ offensive staff, joining tight ends coach George Godsey and assistant offensive line coach Mike Devlin.


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