Chris Griers talks about the Ravens and why he thinks he’s done with them.
Grier was fired in January, and his exit led to the hiring of new offensive coordinator Mike Mularkey.
Griers said that he and his staff will move on.
Here’s what Grier had to say on the Ravens: “I don’t think there’s a team in the league that’s going to have any real hope of being able to compete with the Cleveland Browns.
So, I’m definitely done with Baltimore.
And the Browns, that’s not an exaggeration.
I think it’s going be a different team.
And I’m just tired of being around them.
I was very happy to be here, but it’s just not going to be the same.”
Grier said that the Browns are trying to make a deal to sign former Ravens coach John Harbaugh, who was fired after three seasons.
“They’re trying to get John Harbaugh.
He’s not going anywhere,” Grier told The Baltimore Sun.
“I think they’re going to keep working with Harbaugh and trying to figure out a way to get him.
It’s over. “
So, yeah, I think we’re done.
I just don’t know where it’s at.
I don’t have any hopes of coming back, I really don’t.”
Griers was one of the Ravens’ first hires when the franchise was bought by the Browns in 2013.
After he was fired, the team went through three coaches before hiring Harbaugh.
Gries, who retired in 2017, had 11 years of NFL experience.