Chuck Smith, a former Tennessee star and later assistant coach, has landed a job in the NFL.

Smith will be the Baltimore Ravens’ new outside linebackers coach. Smith may be most remembered for being an All-SEC selection when he led the conference in sacks, played in the Fiesta Bowl and was named MVP of the 1991 Senior Bowl.

Smith’s NFL career began as a second-round draft pick with the Atlanta Falcons where he played from 1992 to 1999 and the Carolina Panthers in 2000. Smith spent the 2010 season as the defensive line coach at his alma mater, and later worked as a radio host in Atlanta.

He has spent more than 20 years developing and operating a pass rush training program used by many pro and college players and coaches.

“Chuck is a proven and highly-respected pass rush coach who many pro and collegiate players have sought guidance from,” coach John Harbaugh said in an announcement. “He brings unique insight, experience and passion to the Ravens, and we’re confident that he’ll have a great impact on our outside linebackers group.”

Smith, who has gone by the nickname “Dr. Rush,” has regularly worked with draft eligible prospects and served as a training camp consultant for several NFL teams, including the Ravens in 2008. He was also the New York Jets’ pass rush specialist in 2009 and the Cincinnati Bengals’ Bill Walsh Coaching Fellow during their 2015 OTAs and training camp.