Ravens hire D'Anton Lynn as defensive backs coach

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Posted at 7:24 PM, Jan 24, 2021

BALTIMORE — The Baltimore Ravens have hired D'Anton Lynn as defensive backs coach, the team announced Sunday evening.

Lynn will serve under Ravens defensive coordinator Don Martindale and pass defense coordinator Chris Hewitt.

“D’Anton is a smart and detail-oriented coach who is passionate about helping players succeed,” Head Coach John Harbaugh said. “Coaching is in his blood, and I believe he’ll be a strong addition to our defensive staff.”

Lynn is a six-year coaching veteran who recently served as the Houston Texans’ secondary coach in 2020. That staff helped guide the Texans to consecutive AFC South division titles in 2018-19.