The Ravens appear to have carved their list to three for their vacant offensive coordinator job.
According to the Baltimore Sun, Ravens wide receivers coach Jim Hostler will get a second interview for the job, along with the previously reported second meetings for former Redskins coordinator Kyle Shanahan and Steelers running backs coach Kirby Wilson.
That apparently excludes former Lions coordinator Scott Linehan, who does not have a second interview scheduled.
Hostler has been on staff since 2008, so coach John Harbaugh knows him well. His existing relationship with quarterback Joe Flacco could also be a boost.
He only has one year of play-calling experience, with the 49ers in 2007, when they finished last in the league in total offense.