Lewis now serves as the co-defensive coordinator for the Arizona State Sun Devils. Lewis was the head coach of the Cincinnati Bengals for 16 seasons. On the sidelines, Lewis came to prominence during his term as the defensive coordinator for the Baltimore Ravens from 1996 to 2001. The Raven’s defense would set the record for the fewest points allowed in a 16-game season in 2000 and helped the franchise win their first Super Bowl over the New York Giants. This success landed Lewis the head coach position with the Bengals, where he served from 2003 to 2018 with mixed success. Lewis is also recognized as a commentator for the Alliance of American Football.
Lewis' coaching tenure with the Cincinnati Bengals improved fortunes for the struggling team transforming them into postseason contenders. At the time of his hiring, the Bengals had not had a winning season or postseason appearance since 1990 and finished with a franchise worst 2–14 record. In a matter of three seasons, Lewis ended both droughts, leadng the Bengals to their first AFC North division title in fifteen years, and a subsequent seven playoff appearances and four division titles, along with a franchise best five consecutive postseason appearances. He holds the record for most wins as a Bengals head coach at 131 and was named Coach of the Year by the Associated Press in 2009, the first Bengals coach since team founder Paul Brown. While credited with returning the Bengals to respectability, Lewis' reputation was affected by a lack of postseason success and he was ultimately unable to lead the team to a playoff win. His 131 regular season victories, 16 years as a head coach, and seven postseason losses are the most of NFL head coaches who have not won a playoff game.
Marvin Lewis has a net worth of $14 million dollars and earns an annual salary of $4.5 million yearly.
Lewis sold this house in 2019 for $2,300,000.