Safe to say that no one in the Ravens coaching staff is losing their jobs due to poor performance last season. Perhaps more surprising is that none of them left for greener pastures after such all-around dominance. Offensive coordinator Greg Roman commanded the top offense in the NFL while defensive coordinator Don Martindale coached up a top 5 defense despite the mass exodus of star players prior to the 2019 season (earning himself quite the payday as a result). And of course, we can't forget head coach John Harbaugh, who was considered to be on the hot seat just a year and a half ago. There aren't many more secure HC seats going into 2020.
Nothing new to see here. Kliff Kingsbury returns for year two of his Arizona rebuild as both head coach and offensive coordinator after some eye-opening improvement on the offensive side of the ball. Defensive coordinator Vance Joseph returns as well, although his seat is likely to be considerably hotter than Kliff's after the defense actually posted worse numbers than they did in 2018.
This year just felt like the physical embodiment of Murphy's Law for the Redskins. The defense regressed, the rookie quarterback did not appear ready for the big league, and approximately everyone was injured. Jay Gruden stood no chance. Taking his place as the new head coach will be Panthers castoff Ron Rivera. Rivera brings with him Scott Turner from Carolina to be the offensive coordinator. His defensive coordinator will be Jack Del Rio, who last coached at the NFL level in 2017.
Meet KJ Hamler, a redshirt sophomore receiver from Penn State, and Donovan Peoples-Jones, a junior receiver from Michigan!
Meet Devin Duvernay, a senior wide receiver from Texas!
College football season is officially over after a dominant LSU win over Clemson in the National Championship game. Soon, draft season will be in full swing. You know what that means. All of the mock drafts.
Meet Zack Moss, a senior running back from the University of Utah!
Meet Michael Pittman Jr., a senior wide receiver from USC.
Meet LeVante Bellamy, a redshirt senior running back from Western Michigan.
Meet Ke'Shawn Vaughn, a senior running back from Vanderbilt.