Ventnor native and Holy Spirit alum Greg Roman parted ways with the Baltimore Ravens back in January.

On Friday, he provided NFL fans with an update on his 2023 future, telling the 33rd team after 28 seasons, he will be taking the 2023 season off from coaching.

"It's a very, very different situation," Roman admitted.

"During the regular year, I can pretty much tell you what I was working on at any time of the day," Roman continued.

He says he is trying to take a look at the league from 10,000 feet and study things this year while working with both college football and high school football programs.

"I'm trying to organize things, study things," Roman said.

He also mentioned that he will use this time to spend more time with his family.

Roman has been coaching in the NFL as an offensive coordinator with Baltimore, Buffalo, San Francisco, and has also spent time as an assistant with both Houston and Carolina.

The 50-year-old has also spent coaching at the college level with Stanford and even came home for a fall to coach at Holy Spirit in 2008 where he was the team's offensive coordinator, winning a state title.

He mentioned that he will be keeping an eye on college and high school programs, so maybe we will see him on a high school football field this season.

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