Ravens assistant arrested for DUI

Baltimore head coach John Harbaugh isn’t the only member of the staff who got into a little trouble over the weekend.  Assistant offensive line coach Andy Moeller was arrested for DUI on Saturday, according to WJZ-TV in Baltimore.

After being stopped for speeding at 1:00 a.m. ET, police allegedly detected signs of impairment.

Moeller, 46, joined the Ravens in 2008 after eight years at Michigan.  He’s the son of former Michigan head coach Gary Moeller, who also served for seven games as interim head coach of the Lions in 2000.  (Moeller, by the way, is the only coach of the Lions with a winning record since Joe Schmidt, who went 43-35-7 from 1967 through 1972.)  Harbaugh’s brother, Jim, played quarterback at Michigan while Gary Moeller served the staff there.

The Ravens can’t claim they weren’t on notice of a potential problem when making the hire.  In 2007, Andy Moeller was arrested at the scene of a two-car accident in Michigan after refusing to submit to a breathalyzer test.

34 responses to “Ravens assistant arrested for DUI

  1. I’d drink too if I had to work with ray lewis. I could swear he was in jail for killing someone. Did he get suspended any games for that? Hmm I guess showing a college girl your Wang is worse than killing someone.

  2. Just tying one on while trying to forget the atrocious roughing the QB and tripping calls against his team. It is hard to understand how stupid people think it is OK to drink and then go for a drive.

  3. Well done, pops must be very proud.
    How long till we hear the son of former Lions coach Whatshisname driving bare assed thru Wendy’s drive thru?

  4. Hey Andy… 1st time shame on you, 2nd time shame on us, next time you may just kill someone! Front office should man-up and dismiss this loser.

  5. What Ravens coach wouldn’t want to go on a bender after watching Flacco yesterday? I’m surprised he was the only one.

  6. I would probably drink myself retarded too if I watched the guy I get paid to protect play like Kyle Boller……..again…….does anyone remember a meaningful game that Flacco actually played well in??? Seriously, can anyone please think of a meaningful game that he played well in? Yes, the Ravens have won big games with him at QB, but in each of those games he has played horribly. His record against Carson Palmer is 1-4 (I think, I cant remember when he was hurt or not), and he still has not beat the Steelers with Roethlisberger…….that is not good at all, this is his 3rd year and I think its time to shorten the leash a little bit…..remember, he played at Delaware for a reason……so if I realized that I got paid to protect the second coming of Kyle Boller, I might drive my car into a river

  7. ‘Baltimore head coach John Harbaugh isn’t the only member of the staff who got into a little trouble over the weekend.’
    Mike, dude, no need to throw in John’s innocent incident in comparison with someone getting a DUI. Dude, you’re better than that.
    DUI’s are very bad, and very dangerous.

  8. The Ravens didn’t fly out of Baltimore until 4:00 pm Saturday afternoon, so this had to have occurred early Saturday morning (1:00 am) somewhere in Maryland.

  9. If my qb was floppo and my offense couldnt score any points, Id drink as well. At least we dont have our starting qb. Way to go raisens!

  10. This is childs play when you figure the Ravens happily employ two players involved in the deaths of two human beings.

  11. Moeller, 46, joined the Ravens in 2008 after eight years at Michigan. He’s the son of former Michigan head coach Gary Moeller, who also served for seven games as interim head coach of the Lions in 2000. (Moeller, by the way, is the only coach of the Lions with a winning record since Joe Schmidt, who went 43-35-7 from 1967 through 1972.) Harbaugh’s brother, Jim, played quarterback at Michigan while Gary Moeller served the staff there.
    …while Harbaugh took over as QB for the Chicago Bears from Jim McMahon, who played himself in the movie “Johnny Be Goode” with Robert Downey, Jr., who was in “The Soloist” with Jamie Foxx, who was in “Collateral” with Tom Cruise, who was in “A Few Good Men” with Kevin Bacon.
    It always comes down to Kevin Bacon.

  12. Didn’t his old man get all liquored up too and get in some trouble?? I seem to remember some one saying “That dude got all Moellered up”.. Im pretty sure this is a family affair, like father, like son..

  13. well at least he didnt go nekkid thru drive thru
    he can do that after his career hits oblivion… and he gets to daytwa…

  14. There’s still no proof that a driver that has had alcohol is any more dangerous than some of the completely sober people out on the road.
    And yes, Flacco is horrible.

  15. Seriously none of you guys are funny including the people in the comments…
    especially @ anthem
    that jokes just terrible…real terrible.

  16. Arrested for murder
    Following a Super Bowl XXXIV party in Atlanta on January 31, 2000, a fight broke out between Lewis and another group of people, resulting in the stabbing deaths of Jacinth Baker and Richard Lollar. Lewis and two companions, Reginald Oakley and Joseph Sweeting were brought to an Atlanta police station for questioning. Eleven days later, the three were indicted on murder and aggravated assault charges.
    Lewis’ attorney arranged for the murder charges against Lewis to be dropped in exchange for his testimony against Oakley and Sweeting, and a guilty plea to a misdemeanor charge of obstruction of justice. Lewis was sentenced to one year of probation and was fined US$250,000 by the NFL, which was believed to be the highest fine levied against an NFL player for an infraction not involving substance abuse.
    Oakley and Sweeting were acquitted of the charges in June 2000. No other suspects have ever been arrested for the crime.
    The following year, Lewis was named Super Bowl XXXV MVP. However, the signature phrase “I’m going to Disney World!” was given instead by quarterback Trent Dilfer.
    On April 29, 2004, Lewis reached a settlement with four-year-old India Lollar, born months after the death of her father Richard, preempting a scheduled civil proceeding. Lewis also reached an undisclosed settlement with Baker’s family.

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