By Megan HickeyPublished August 21, 2018 04:04:07After a four-year stint at the University and a handful of coaching opportunities in college, Terrence Brown is leaving for a new job in the NFL as a college football analyst.
Brown, the former Baltimore Ravens quarterback and defensive coordinator, will begin his tenure with the Houston Texans as a defensive coordinator.
The Houston Chronicle reports that Brown, 43, is a four year veteran of the University.
He previously served as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Maryland.
Brown was hired as the Ravens’ quarterbacks coach in 2009 and was part of the Ravens staff that was a divisional champion in 2012.
The Ravens have yet to officially announce Brown’s replacement.
Brown played four seasons in Baltimore, and his teams won at least seven games in seven of those seasons.
In two seasons with the Ravens, Brown led the Ravens to the postseason seven times, including three straight AFC championship games.
In 2012, Brown was a key part of a defense that allowed the fewest passing yards in the league.
The Ravens allowed the most points per game in the history of the franchise and were a top-five defense for four consecutive seasons in 2013-14.
The Baltimore Sun reported that Brown spent time with the Steelers in 2014 and was an assistant under former coach Mike Tomlin in 2015.
Brown spent parts of two seasons at Tennessee before the Titans released him in 2015 after the former Ravens offensive coordinator was charged with child molestation.
In 2016, Brown left Tennessee to become an analyst for ESPN.