• Report: Kyle Shanahan interviews for Ravens offensive coordinator

    Summary of 5 articles · Updated Jan 17, 2014
    The Baltimore Ravens ' first reported interview for their offensive coordinator position was with Kyle Shanahan. The Ravens have interviewed former Washington Redskins offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan for their offensive coordinator vacancy, according to a league source. During Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III's first NFL season under Kyle Shanahan's direction, he was named the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year. Before you say "I'd rather have Cam Cameron back," let's take a look at Shanahan's entire body of work: This is the second interview this year for Shanahan, who met with the Miami Dolphins before they hired Bill Lazor as their offensive coordinator. "I think that Kyle Shanahan did an excellent job overall in Washington being very creative designing plays around Robert Griffin III," former NFL general manager Charley Casserly, an NFL Network analyst, told The Baltimore Sun. The Ravens’ former offensive coordinator spent Wednesday being introduced as the new head coach of the Lions and Baltimore is reportedly wasting little time in the search for Jim Caldwell’s replacement. During his second season, however, Griffin III's production dropped as he came back from a major knee injury suffered during the playoffs after his rookie season.
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