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Ravens promote Greg Roman to offensive coordinator; Marty Mornhinweg won't return

Greg Roman has been promoted to Ravens offensive coordinator, the team announced Friday, marking the end of Marty Mornhinweg’s tenure on coach John Harbaugh’s staff and the embrace of a new era under quarterback Lamar Jackson.

Roman, 46, joined the Ravens in 2017 as a senior offensive assistant and tight ends coach and was promoted to assistant head coach before this past season.

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As Ravens turn to 2019 season, Greg Roman's role on offense can't be overlooked

Ravens multihyphenate Greg Roman — assistant head coach, tight ends coach, running-game guru — spoke to reporters only once this season. That was in early November, before those outside team headquarters knew of Joe Flacco’s injured right hip, before Lamar Jackson and the Ravens defense had started a spirited run to the AFC North title.

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Gary Williams: Ray Lewis wanted Joe Flacco to come off the bench in Ravens' playoff loss

Former Maryland men’s basketball coach Gary Williams is friends with Steve Bisciotti, which means he gets to do cool things like watch games from the Ravens owner’s box at M&T Bank Stadium.

On Sunday, Bisciotti’s guest list for the Ravens’ AFC wild-card-round playoff game against the Los Angeles Chargers included Williams and Ray Lewis, the “Legend of the Game.”

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Schmuck: The Ravens need to do everything they can to hold together the NFL's stingiest defense

In the wake of Sunday’s sad end to an otherwise successful Ravens season, the conversation about the near-term future of the team turned in two predictable directions.

Obviously, one of them pertained to the care and feeding of the new franchise quarterback after Lamar Jackson struggled so noticeably through the first three quarters of his first playoff game, and that discussion started immediately.

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Robert Griffin III sees Ravens as potential long-term fit, even as he weighs all options

Robert Griffin III could have given a generic answer about seeking the best opportunity in free agency. No one — neither the teammates packing garbage bags around him nor the Ravens executives forging their plans for 2019 — would have blamed him.

Instead, Griffin explained exactly why he’d be happy to return to Baltimore as a backup quarterback next season.

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Preston: Ravens gearing up for fast-paced offseason, starting with negotiating a deal with John Harbaugh

The Ravens reached the postseason for the first time in four years, but there won’t be much time to enjoy it.

As soon as players started cleaning out their lockers Monday morning after a 23-17 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers in an AFC wild-card-round playoff game, the Ravens had to begin preparing for another turnaround.

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