Longtime Ravens executives move out of roles; Moriarty remains with team

OWINGS MILLS — Three longtime members of the Ravens’ football operations/player personnel department – senior adviser to the general manager Pat Moriarty, senior player personnel executive Vincent Newsome, and senior video operations adviser Jon Dubé – have moved out of their roles, according to executive vice president and general manager Eric DeCosta.

Moriarty (30 seasons) has become a consultant for the organization, while Newsome (31 seasons) and Dubé (41 seasons) officially retired from the NFL, effective June 1st.

Moriarty has been a key contributor to the Ravens/Browns franchise since 1994. A longtime member of Baltimore’s player personnel staff, he is one of the NFL’s original “capologists.”

Throughout his tenure, Moriarty oversaw the management and strategic planning of the salary cap, negotiating hundreds of player contracts, while also working on the team’s cap administration, roster management and day-to-day departmental functions.

“Pat is moving into an advisory role as a consultant,” DeCosta said. “He’s an original Raven – a behind-the-scenes, salary-cap and management dynamo whose contributions stretch 30 years. He’s negotiated some of the biggest contracts in NFL history, and he’s widely respected across both the league and agent community. He’s also my best friend and right-hand man. We are all excited for Pat and [his wife] Lynn as they write their next chapter.”

Accruing 31 seasons — 28 with Baltimore and three with Cleveland — as a scout, Newsome spent 41 years in the NFL, including 10 as a safety for the Browns and Rams. Most recently as the senior player personnel executive, Newsome was involved in all of the Ravens’ football operations and personnel matters, working closely with DeCosta, Joe Hortiz (former director of player personnel) and George Kokinis (vice president of player personnel).

“Vincent has been a key figure in our scouting process for 30 years,” DeCosta said. “Loyal, selfless and hard-working, he’s succeeded in numerous roles throughout his career. I admire his integrity and his dedication to the Baltimore Ravens and before that, to the Browns. He is one of the very best examples of an NFL player who has also thrived as an NFL executive. We wish Vincent and [his wife] Tasha the very best as he retires from the Ravens.”

Dubé led the Ravens’ football video operations from the onset of their 1996 inception, joining the organization in its move to Baltimore after spending 13 years (1983-95) with the Browns. Totaling 41 years of experience in pro football operations, he retires as the Ravens’ most seasoned NFL staffer.

“After 41 years working in both Cleveland and as our video director in Baltimore, Jon Dubé is retiring” DeCosta said. “Dube’ is one of the most loyal, dedicated and effective leaders the Ravens have known. I have enjoyed his friendship and appreciated his ability to craft one of the NFL’s very best video departments every year. Congratulations to Jon and [his wife] Diane. We are very excited for their new adventures ahead.”

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