Greg Roman Age, Career, Marital Status, Salary, and Net Worth

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Who is Greg Roman?

Gregory P. Roman abbreviated as Greg Romas was an eminent American football coach who most recently was the offensive coordinator for the Baltimore Ravens of the NFL (National Football League). Previously, he served as an assistant coach for the Buffalo Bills, San Francisco 49ers, Houston Texans, and California Panthers.

In the 2019 season as the Ravens’ offensive coordinator, he was credited with implementing a new style of offense, centered around quarterback Lamar Jackson. This helped propel them to a 14-2 record and the AFC North division title in 2019. For four seasons, he held the position and resigned from the team following the 2022 season.

How Old Is Greg Roman?

He is 50 years old as of January 2023, having been born on August 19, 1972, in Atlantic City, New Jersey, U.S. Greg Roman shares his birthdate with celebrities such as; Tony Lopez, Tayler Holder, Ethan Cutkosky, John Stamos, Bill Clinton and many more.

Greg Roman Family

Who are Greg Roman’s Parents?

He was born to Carol (Mother). However, his father’s name and whereabouts are not mentioned on the internet. News on the internet shows that his parents divorced and he was raised by his mom.

Does Greg Roman have Siblings?

He has two elder brothers by the name of John Roman, a lawyer. And Matthew Roman.

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Greg Roman Education

He received his high school education at Holy Spirit High School, where he graduated in 1991. After graduating from high school, he attended John Carroll University.

Greg Roman’s Marital Status

He is married to the love of his life Dana Roman.

Greg Roman Kids

He and his wife Dana have three kids. Two sons by the name of Connor and Gregory. And a daughter by the name of Emily Grace.

Greg Roman’s Playing Career

He played football at Holy Spirit High School for the Holy SDpirit Spartans. In his senior year there, he was named to the All-South Jersey team. After graduating from high school, he got an academic scholarship to attend John Carroll University. For three years, he played football for the John Carroll Blue Streaks. Where he won the starting job as a defensive lineman in his last two years. Following his senior season, he earned All-Ohio Athletic Conference honorable mention status in which he recorded 80 tackles and six sacks. Overall, he finished his collegiate career with 145 tackles, 20.0 tackles-for-loss, and 9.5 sacks.

A Coaching Career

A Career with the Carolina Panthers

His first coaching job was in 1995 with the Carolina Panthers. Where he started as the unpaid strength and conditioning coach.

A Career with the Houston Texans

He was then hired in 2020 by the expansion Houston Texans as their tight ends and quarterbacks coach.

A Career with the Baltimore Ravens (first stint)

In 2006, he was hired as an offensive line assistant by the Baltimore Ravens.

A Career with the Holy Spirit HS

He returned to his alma mater in 2008 and served as the offensive coordinator at Holy Spirit High School.

A Career at Stanford

In 2009, he was hired as tight ends and offensive tackles coach at Stanford, serving under head coach Jim Harbaugh. The following year, he was a finalist for the Boyles Award. An award given annually to the nation’s top college football assistant coach

A Career with the San Francisco 49ers

In 2011, when he left Stanford, he went on and became head coach of the San Francisco 49ers, and was named the offensive coordinator. He thus remained in the position until 2014.

A Career with the Buffalo Bills

Next, he was hired by the Buffalo Bills on January 12, 2015, to become their offensive coordinator under newly hired head coach Rex Ryan. However, he was relieved of his duties on September 16, 2016, after a 37-31 loss to the New York Jets.

A Career with the Baltimore Ravens (second stint)

The Ravens hired Greg in 2017 as a senior offensive assistant and tight ends coach under head coach John Harbaugh. He was then promoted to assistant head coach and tight ends coach in 2018. The following year, the Ravens opted to completely revamp the offense and the then offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg decided to retire. Thus Greg who had coached Colin Kaepernick in San Francisco was promoted to offensive coordinator and tasked with the development of a new dynamic offense.

This new offense would be a combination of his experiences as a tight ends coach and the knowledge he had gained from reading hundreds of football books. This was centered on the team’s new quarterback Lamar Jackson and running back Mark Ingram II. Thus in his first full season in charge of Raven’s offense, the team averaged 33.8 points per game after 12 games; the best in the NFL. The Ravens announced on January 19, 2023, that Greg stepped down and resigned as the team’s offensive coordinator. This was following the Ravens’ loss in the Wild Card round of the 2022-23 NFL playoffs against the Cincinnati Bengals.

Greg Roman Height and Measurements

Adding up to his well-built body is a height of 5ft 8 inches (1.73m) and has unknown weight.

Greg Roman’s Salary and Net Worth

Sources say that he has one year remaining on his contract at $3.5 million. And a net worth of about $5 million.