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  • Assistant Strength and Conditioning
  • Born: November 27, 1962, Hamden, CT
  • 3rd Year w/Ravens
  • 10th Year NFL
  • 17th Year Coaching
  • North Carolina
  • Chip Morton  

    Chip Morton assists Jeff Friday, and the likeable duo have achieved remarkable results. The Ravens are 8-0 in December since their strength program was installed in 1999, a testament to the solid conditioning regimen. Chip launched the expansion Carolina Panthers� strength program, having served as strength and conditioning coach for the Panthers from 1995 through 1998. Prior to his tenure in Carolina, Chip was the San Diego Chargers� assistant strength and conditioning coach for three seasons (1992-94), culminated by a trip to the Super Bowl following the �94 season.

    Morton was the assistant strength coach at Penn State for football and 14 other men�s and women�s varsity sports. He was the first-ever full-time strength and conditioning assistant for football ever hired by the Nittany Lions. Before joining Penn State�s staff, Morton served as assistant strength coach at Ohio State University while completing his master�s degree in physical education.

    Morton graduated from North Carolina with a degree in zoology in 1985. He was a varsity letterwinner in swimming while at Chapel Hill. He is a graduate of Hamden High School in Hamden, CT.

    Chip and his wife, Stacey, have a son, Campbell (1/10/96) a daughter, Abigail (1/29/98) and twins Asher James and Ariel Nicole (2/17/00). The Mortons live in Owings Mills, MD.

    Coaching Background: 1985-86 (Ohio State); 1987-91 (Penn State); 1992-94 (San Diego Chargers); 1995-98 (Carolina Panthers); 1999-2001 (Baltimore Ravens).

    Last updated on 8/22/01.

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