- Famous Name Rob Ryan
- Country United States US
- Birth Name Robert Allen Ryan
- Birth Place Ardmore, Oklahoma
- Famous Name Rob Ryan
- Father Doris Ryan
- Mother Buddy Ryan
- Net Worth $12 million
- Position in Team Inside linebackers coach
- Current team Baltimore Ravens
- Nationality American
- Ethnicity White
- Profession NFL Coach
- Currently Married Yes
- Married to Kristin Ryan
- Children Three
Robert Allen Ryan is an American football coach who is currently serving as the inside linebacker coach for the Baltimore Ravens of the National Football League (NFL). Earlier, he served as a defensive coordinator or assistant coach for seven different NFL teams. During his stint at England Patriots (2000-03), the franchise won both Super Bowl XXXVI and Super Bowl XXXVIII.
Ardmore, Oklahoma native, Rob Ryan was born on 13th December 1962, under the star sign Sagittarius. His parents: Doris and Buddy Ryan separated in 1966. Then with his mother and fraternal twin, Rex moved to Toronto and again moved back to the United State to live with their father. He enrolled at Stevenson High School. Upon graduation, he attended Southwestern Oklahoma State University where he played defensive end opposite his brother, Rex.
How Much Is Rob Ryan's Net Worth In 2021?
It's been thirty-four years that Rob Ryan is actively serving as a football assistant coach / defensive coordinator, earning a good deal of money. Though salary history is yet to disclose his total net worth as of 2021 is approximately $12 million. That means Ryan must have a considerable salary from the NFL teams.
The NFL assistant earns $200,000 per annum on average but can go up to $400,000 per annum depending on the team and the number of coaches on each team.
Is Rob Ryan Married?
Ryan is married to Kristen Ryan (born as Kristin Elaine Ralph) for a long-time now. The couple had met during a flight in the mid-1990s. The couple tied the knot in 1995 in Nevada.
The couple shares three sons: Joseph and Matthew Ryan. Joe Ryan is a hot male model working for the Campbell Agency in Dallas. Matthew Ryan plays football at Clemson University.
In 2012, he had lap band surgery in an attempt to lose weight however, the procedure failed which nearly cause his stomach to shut down.
In 1987, Ryan became a graduate assistant a Western Kentucky. The following year, he was an assistant coach at Ohio State. Further, he had a stint with Tennessee for five seasons.
In 1994, he finally landed at NFL joining the Arizona cardinals as defensive backs coach. The 1994 Cardinals ranked second in the NFL total defense, second in run defense, and third in pass defense.
After he was fired by the Arizona Cardinals, he joined the Hutchinson Community College in 1996 as defensive coordinator.
In 1997, he joined Oklahoma State University. That season, he was named Coordinator of the Year by The Sporting News. In 1999, they were ranked 10th in the nation in total defense.
In 2000, Bill Belichick hired Ryan the linebackers coach for the New England Patriots.
In 2004, Ryan was named the defensive coordinator for the Oakland Raiders. There, he served until 2008 with his defense ranking 24th with 388 points allowed.
On 14th January 2009, Ryan was hired as defensive coordinator. During his stint, his defense ranked 21st in the league, with 375 points against, as teams averaged 23.4 points per game against them.
On 19th January 2011, he was appointed the Dallas Cowboys defensive coordinator. In his first season, the team was ranked 14th in yards-per-game and 16th in points-per-game. The following season, he was ranked 19th in yards-per-game and 24th in points-per-game.
In February 2013, Ryan signed to New Orleans Saints. In 2015, he was fired by New Orleans after his poor performance.
On 10th January 2016, Ryan joined his brother's staff with the Buffalo Bills as assistant head coach under Ryan. On December 27, 2016, the Bills announced they had fired Rob Ryan along with his brother Rex.
On 30th January 2019, he joined the Washington Redskins as their side linebackers coach.
On 22nd January 2021, Ryan joined the Baltimore Ravens as their inside linebackers coach.
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