The Baltimore Ravens and offensive coordinator Greg Roman decided to part ways after four years together. Both sides move on, and Baltimore is apparently looking to narrow down their candidate list for Roman’s replacement on their coaching staff.
This week, NFL Network insider Mike Garafolo reported the Ravens interviewed Georgia offensive coordinator Todd Monken for the second time for their vacant offensive coordinator position.
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Monken has a plethora of NFL experience, as he was the offensive coordinator for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for three years and also held the same position with the Cleveland Browns for one season.
He was also instrumental in developing Georgia quarterback Stetson Bennett. Under his leadership, Georgia elevated their offense en route to consecutive College Football Playoff National Championships.
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The Ravens look to bring in a new voice for their coordinator role. Baltimore has also reportedly interviewed Seahawks quarterback coach Dave Canales among others.
USA TODAY Sports reporter Jaylon Thompson contributed to this report.
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