They may name a new offensive coordinator to kick off the week, but the candidate pool appears to be a bit deeper than just Ravens wide receivers coach Jim Hostler and former Redskins offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan. Jeff Zrebiec and Mike Preston of the Baltimore Sun report that Ravens coach John Harbaugh interviewed a new, unidentified candidate for the job at the team’s facility on Sunday.
While the identity of Sunday’s visitor is unknown, there is some word of who else might be in the mix for the job. Harbaugh has reportedly spoken to former Texans offensive coordinator Rick Dennison over the last few days, although there’s no word of a formal interview.
Dennison worked as Mike Shanahan’s offensive coordinator in Denver before jumping to Houston to follow Kyle Shanahan as the Texans’ offensive coordinator. Kyle Shanahan left to join his father in Washington, which gives some hint about what kind of offensive pedigree is appealing to the Ravens.