Ravens coach John Harbaugh updated the team’s search for a new offensive coordinator on Tuesday, identifying four candidates by name.
The newest addition to the list is Steelers running backs coach Kirby Wilson, who is scheduled to interview with the team this week. Wilson has worked for the Steelers since 2007 and was reportedly in line to become the team’s offensive coordinator in 2012 when serious injuries sustained in a house fire led the Steelers to go in Todd Haley’s direction.
Harbaugh also confirmed that former Lions offensive coordinator, former Redskins offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan and current Ravens wide receivers coach Jim Hostler are also in the mix for the job. Harbaugh has spoken with other coaches, including some from the college ranks, although some of the interviews were for a potential quarterbacks coach. The Ravens went without a quarterbacks coach last season, but are considering adding one to the staff if it fits with what the new offensive coordinator wants on his staff.
Per the Ravens website, there’s no timetable in place to make a hire but Harbaugh does not want it to take much longer.