Ravens lose two assistants, hire new inside linebackers coach

Chuck Pagano's hiring as Colts head coach has created some movement along the Ravens' coaching ranks.

Pagano, formerly the Ravens' defensive coordinator, has taken two Ravens assistant coaches with him to Indianapolis - Marwan Maalouf and Roy Anderson, who will serve as Pagano's special teams coach and safeties coach, respectively.

FoxSports.com first reported those coaching moves.

Maalouf has spent the past four seasons working under Jerry Rosburg as the Ravens' assistant special teams coach. Anderson has been with the Ravens since 2005 and was named as a defensive assistant in 2009.

Meanwhile, the Ravens have found a new inside linebackers coach in Don "Wink" Martindale, who previously served as the Broncos' defensive coordinator in 2010. That news comes according to the Denver Post.

Dean Pees had previously served as the Ravens' linebackers coach, was promoted to defensive coordinator last week.

The Ravens could be announcing additional coaching hires tomorrow.

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