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This profile was last updated on 5/27/14  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.

Employment History


  • University of Southern California
  • Long Beach Polytechnic High School
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Front Office - Blackbird Nation, 27 May 2014 [cached]
Mark Carrier Defensive Backs Coach
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Mark Carrier
Former Pro Bowl defensive back and 11-year NFL veteran Mark Carrier will join the Ravens as their secondary coach, Brian Billick announced.
"Mark brings the unique perspective to the position that only a former player can bring, Billick said.
Mark will bring the same toughness and tenacity to this staff that he brought to his teams during his 11-year career in the NFL."
Carrier spent 2 years (2004-05) as the cornerback's coach at Arizona State.In 2005, the ASU defensive backs posted a combined 353 tackles, including 58 TFL, 34 PD and 6 INTs.Five of the top 7 tacklers on the roster were in the defensive backfield.In his 1st year at ASU, Carrier led a defensive backfield that included senior Chris McKenzie, junior Josh Golden, and freshman Chad Green after losing his top CB, R.J. Oliver, to a season-ending foot injury.
Carrier began his NFL career playing for the Chicago Bears (1990-96).Drafted by the Bears as the 6th overall pick in the 1990 NFL Draft, he won Rookie-of-the-Year honors after leading the NFL with 10 interceptions -- the highest single-season mark in the 1990s.A 3-time Pro Bowl selection with the Bears (1990, 1991, 1993), Carrier played in 108 straight games to begin his NFL career.
Carrier then played for the Detroit Lions (1997-99).After signing with the Lions in June of 1997, Carrier tallied 296 tackles in 3 seasons with the Lions.He finished his NFL playing career with the Washington Redskins in 2000.Carrier recorded at least 100 tackles in five seasons.
In 1989, as a junior at the University of Southern California, Carrier became the school's 1st winner of the Jim Thorpe Award, presented to the nation's best defensive back.A 2-time 1st-team All-American (unanimous in 1989), Carrier had 7 INTs in 1989.He also added 107 tackles, 3 FR and 10 PD for the Trojans.A 3-year starter with 13 career INTs, Carrier was a Thorpe semifinalist in 1988.
Now It's Official, Mark ... [cached]
Now It's Official, Mark Carrier Hired as Defensive Line Coach
The New York Jets today announced the hiring of Mark Carrier as the team's defensive line coach.
rodboone: It's official now: #Jets have added Ravens DB coach Mark Carrier to their staff as the defensive line coach.
Mark lined up at free safety and won Defensive Rookie of the Year in 1990, after he led the NFL with a rookie record 10 interceptions. Mark played for the Chicago Bears (1990-96), the Detroit Lions(1997-99) and Washington Redskins until 2000. Mark was known as a smart player, often playing "quarterback on defense". He played in 3Pro Bowls in 1990, 1991 and 1993, and was a Pro Bowl alternate from 1997-2000.
Coaching Career
In 2006, the Ravens hired Mark as their secondary coach. Prior to that, he was the defensive back coach at Arizona State University for two years.
Now It's Official, Mark Carrier Hired as Defensive Line Coach10.0101
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Baltimore Ravens | People | Mark Carrier, 20 Dec 2008 [cached]
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Coach Mark Carrier Job TitleDefensive Backs Coach
Joined Ravens2006
Mark Carrier was retained by the Ravens as Defensive Backs coach on January 30, 2008.
Mark Carrier entered his 2nd year with the team as the secondary coach in 2007. The Ravens were 1st in overall defense (a Ravens' 1st), including 6th against the pass and 1st in INTs in the NFL in 2006. Baltimore also had 5 of their 28 INTs returned for TDs (tops in the NFL), tying their 2004 team record. Carrier, a 3-time Pro Bowl safety and 1990 NFL-Defensive Rookie of the Year for the Chicago Bears, played 11 years in the NFL: 7 with the Bears, 3 with the Lions and 1 year with the Redskins.
Overview: Joined Baltimore in 2006 as secondary coach ... The 11-year NFL veteran player also coached the Arizona State CBs for 2 years (2004-05) ... Carrier retired from the NFL after the 2000 season (post-Redskins) and launched a career as a sports commentator with various radio and television outlets, including WGN in Chicago, ESPN's XTRA-910 and the USC Football Radio Network ... Carrier, who earned 3 Pro Bowl trips while with Chicago (1990-91, ‘93), was the NFL-Defensive Rookie of the Year (1990) after leading the NFL with 10 INTs.
NFL-PLAYER: Carrier spent 11 seasons as a safety in the NFL, his 1st 7 with the Chicago Bears (1990-96), next 3 with Detroit (1997-99) and final season with the Washington Redskins-(2000), tallying 32 INTs in his career ... Carrier, who earned a Pro Bowl nod 3 times while with Chicago (1990-91, 1993), was the NFL-Defensive Rookie of the Year (1990) after leading the NFL with 10 INTs.
1990-96: (with Chicago) As a Bear, Carrier was a football analyst for WGN-TV and radio programming.
1996: Carrier played in 108-straight games to start his NFL career, before missing his 1st game with an ankle injury ... Ravens D-line coach Clarence Brooks was the DL coach in Chicago during Carrier's final 3 seasons.
1993: Carrier was honored with his 3rd Pro Bowl selection.
1991: Earned his 2nd trip to the NFL-Pro Bowl.
1990:Was selected as the 6th overall pick by the Bears in the NFL Draft ... Led the NFL with 10 INTs, the highest single-season mark in the ‘90s ... Carrier's exceptional rookie season led to his 1st Pro Bowl selection and the NFL-Defensive Rookie of the Year award ... Posted a career-high 122 tackles and a career-high 20 PD ... Also forced 5 fumbles.
COLLEGE: A stellar safety at USC ... In his 1st season, Carrier was a backup safety to Ravens secondary coach Dennis Thurman's brother, "Junior" Thurman ... Entered the NFL Draft as a junior after being honored as USC's 1st Jim Thorpe Award winner, presented to the nation's best DB ... Was a 2-time 1st-team All-American ... Has a B.A. in communications (1993).
PERSONAL: Launched career (2001) as a sports commentator with various radio and television outlets, including WGN in Chicago, as a Bear, and ESPN's XTRA-910 ... Hosted a daily sports talk show for ESPN Radio 860 in Phoenix ... Was co-host of the pre- and post-game shows for the USC Football Radio Network ... All-American at Long Beach Poly (CA) HS ... Established MacKids Foundation in honor of his son, Mac, to raise money for a number of causes, such as earthquake relief and Red Cross-related events ... Mark and his wife, Andrea, have a son, Mac (11), and a daughter, Lexi (9). | Fantasy Football Report, 18 May 2014 [cached]
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