Roman leaves after 4 years as Ravens offensive coordinator

OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) — Greg Roman is leaving Baltimore after four seasons as offensive coordinator for other opportunities after the Ravens’ wild-card loss. Roman’s agency, Athletes First, announced his decision before a Ravens news conference Thursday afternoon with coach John Harbaugh and general manager Eric DeCosta. Harbaugh thanked Roman for his work in a statement and noted the coordinator established the Ravens’ identity on offense. Roman and the Ravens went 39-15 with Lamar Jackson playing. The Ravens averaged just 13.6 points over their final six games with Jackson out with an injured knee before losing in the wild-card round to Cincinnati.

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