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Engram enters his 10th NFL season and first in Washington after serving as the Baltimore Ravens tight ends coach (2019-21) and wide receivers coach (2014-18).
Engram enters his 10th NFL season and first in Washington after serving as the Baltimore Ravens tight ends coach (2019-21) and wide receivers coach (2014-18). Engram also coached one season with the San Francisco 49ers in the role of offensive assistant in 2011. He also played 14 seasons as a wide receiver for the Chicago Bears, Seattle Seahawks and the Kansas City Chiefs. He was most recently the offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach for the Wisconsin Badgers.
In 2020, Engram contributed to an offensive unit in Baltimore that scored the NFL's seventh-most points (29.3 ppg) in the NFL and led the league in rushing (3,071) for consecutive seasons. During the 2020 campaign, Andrews was tied for the team lead with 58 receptions for 701 yards and seven TDs becoming the first tight end in Ravens history with multiple seasons of at least 700 receiving yards and seven receiving TDs.
In 2019, under Engram's watch, the Ravens tight ends played a major part of the team's record-setting offense and 14-2 franchise-best season. Mark Andrews earned his first Pro Bowl, led the team with 64 receptions, 852 receiving yards and 10 receiving TDs. TE Nick Boyle and TE Hayden Hurst rounded out a trio that accounted for three of the Ravens Top 5 receptions leaders. In 2019, the Ravens ranked No. 1 in points (33.2) and rushing yards (206.0) per game, and finished No. 2 in total yards (407.6). The club also set a new NFL single-season rushing record (3,296). Baltimore also became the first team ever to average 200 passing and 200 rushing yards per game in a season.
In Engram's third year (2016) guiding Baltimore's receivers, Engram's group helped record the second-most net passing yards in Ravens history (4,100), including a franchise-best 4,317 passing yards by QB Joe Flacco. Engram helped WR Mike Wallace achieve his third-career 1,000-yard campaign (1,017 yards on 72 receptions) in the receiver's first season with the team. He also coached All-Pro WR Steve Smith Sr., including during his 2014 season where he registered 79 receptions for 1,065 yards and six touchdowns.
Prior to entering the coaching ranks, Engram played for 14 seasons (1996-2009) and three teams (Chicago, Seattle and Kansas City). Originally a second-round draft pick by the Bears, Engram played in 176 career games, totaling 650 receptions for 7,751 yards and 35 TDs. He also recorded two career punt returns for touchdowns.