Baltimore Ravens, NFL
- Game analyst for the NFL on Fox
- Current sports broadcaster for NFL Network’s The Coaches Show, Playbook and NFL Total Access
- Head Coach of the 2001 Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens (1999-2007)
- Coached the Ravens to a franchise-best 13-3 record, an AFC North championship and the first playoff bye in team history (2006)
- All-Western Athletic Conference and honorable mention All-America selection at BYU (1976)
Brian Billick is currently a sports broadcaster for several different programs on NFL Network. He began his media career when he became a draft analyst for the NFL Network during the 2008 Draft. Later that year and through 2009, he served as a game analyst for the NFL on Fox for regular season games alongside colleague Thom Brennaman. Today, Brian can be seen on the NFL on Fox as well as on NFL Network alongside Dennis Green on The Coaches Show and Sterling Sharpe and Brian Baldinger on Playbook. He also serves as an analyst on NFL Network’s NFL Total Access and has provided on location analysis for the Network’s coverage of the NFL Scouting Combine and the Draft. Brian often appears on ESPN's Mike and Mike in the Morning to discuss football matchups and news.
Prior to his broadcasting career, Brian was a coach in the NFL, spending the majority of his career as the head coach of the Baltimore Ravens. From 1999 to 2007, he led the Ravens to an 85-67 record in nine seasons and a Super Bowl championship win. The second coach in Baltimore Raven history, Brian coached the team to a franchise-best 13-3 record in 2006, an AFC North championship and the first playoff bye in team history. He served as the offensive coordinator and tight ends coach for the Minnesota Vikings for six seasons from 1992-1998 and enjoyed a thirteen-season collegiate coaching career before his time in the NFL.
As a player, Brian played football and basketball at Redlands High School in Redlands, California and had his No. 17 jersey retired by the school in March 2001. He played both quarterback and cornerback in high school and holds the state record with 21 career interceptions. After spending his freshman collegiate season as a linebacker at the United States Air Force Academy, Brian transferred to Brigham Young University and became a tight end. He received All-Western Athletic Conference and honorable mention All-America honors in 1976.