Ravens add Jackson for QBs, Moeller to help OLine
OWINGS MILLS, Md.— Former Atlanta Falcons andWashington Redskins offensive coordinator Hue Jackson was named quarterbacks coach of the Baltimore Ravens on Tuesday.
“One of the main attributes we’re looking for in assembling this staff is great communication. Hue Jackson has that,” first-year coach John Harbaugh said. “He’s known for getting the players’ attention and taking them to a higher level of play.”
Jackson was offensive coordinator of the Falcons last season and served in that capacity with the Redskins in 2003. In between, he worked as receivers coach of the Cincinnati Bengals. He also was an offensive coordinator at the college level with Southern California and California.
He will work with recently hired offensive coordinator Cam Cameron to improve an attack that has long been the Ravens’ weak spot, mainly because the team has received spotty play from its quarterbacks.
The Ravens also hired Andy Moeller as assistant offensive line coach. Moeller served as an offensive line coach with Michigan from 2002-07. John Matsko joined Baltimore last week as the offensive line coach.