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Brian Billick

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Former Super Bowl-winning head coach Brian Billick joined NFL Network as an analyst during the 2009 season.

During the regular season, Billick can be seen alongside Steve Mariucci on The Coaches Podcast, which recaps and previews the National Football League slate from the coaches perspective along with interviews with current coaches in the league. In addition, Billick also serves as an analyst on NFL Network's signature show NFL Total Access and has provided on location analysis for the Network's coverage of the NFL Scouting Combine and Draft.

He also works alongside Thom Brennaman each Sunday as a game analyst for the NFL on FOX.

Billick began his broadcasting career after spending nine years as an NFL head coach for the Baltimore Ravens from 1999-2007. As the second head coach in Baltimore Ravens history, Billick compiled a record of 85-67, including a 5-3 playoff record. In just his second season as Raven's head coach, Billick followed up an 8-8 rookie campaign with a 12-4 overall record and the franchise's first championship in Super Bowl XXXV with a 34-7 victory over the New York Giants.

While known for his offensive expertise, the Ravens became one of the league's fiercest defenses under the tutelage of Billick, allowing a NFL record-low 165 points and leading the league in turnover differential in their 2000 championship season. In addition, during his tenure in Baltimore, six different Ravens assistant coaches went on to become NFL head coaches at five different franchises.

Prior to his time in Baltimore, Billick spent seven seasons (1992-1998) as the offensive coordinator for the Minnesota Vikings under then-head coach Dennis Green. During that time, the Vikings made six playoff appearances and in 1998 set a then-NFL record for most points scored in a season (556) and a team record for touchdown passes (41).

Billick held assistant coaching stints with San Diego State and Utah State University before being hired by Green at Stanford University in 1989 where he spent three seasons as the assistant head coach and tight ends coach.

A graduate of Brigham Young University, Billick was a standout tight end for the Cougars, earning All-WAC and honorable mention All-America honors in 1976. He was selected in the 11th round of the 1977 NFL Draft by the San Francisco 49ers.

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