Baltimore coaches are a hot commodity after the regular season the Ravens put together. Emphasis on “regular.”
Today John Harbaugh confirmed that tight ends coach Bobby Engram and quarterback coach James Urban both interviewed with the Eagles, but decided to remain in Baltimore:
Coach Harbaugh said that offensive assistants James Urban and Bobby Engram have decided to stay in Baltimore after initially interviewing with the Eagles for opportunities. pic.twitter.com/9xHeysBedV
— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) January 17, 2020
Tom Pelissero reports that Urban was under consideration for the Birds’ offensive coordinator job. He was Andy Reid’s quarterbacks coach from 2009 to 2010 and served in a variety of offensive assistant roles prior to that.
Engram was connected to the wide receivers coaching vacancy by the Inquirer’s Paul Domowitch, which was the gig previously held by Carson Walch. He was an All-American receiver at Penn State and went on to play in the NFL from 1996 to 2009 with the Seahawks, Bears, and Chiefs.