OWINGS MILLS, Md.-- Multiple outlets report that the second candidate for the Ravens' offensive coordinator position is former Detroit Lions offensive coordinator Scott Linehan.
According to he Baltimore Ravens official website, "Linehan's leadership the past five seasons, the Lions became a perennial top-10 offense."
Something that should sound appealing for a team that presented a lackluster performance ranking 30th in rushing yards and 18th in passing yards.
The Lions under Linehan's playcalling in the past five seasons progressed quickly to become ranked 6th in 2013.
Multiple candidates have been interviewed, including former Washington Redskins offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan. and Pittsburgh Steelers Running Backs coach Kirby Wilson.