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Ravens assistant GM Eric DeCosta is turning down general manager interviews this offseason.
A highly respected NFL executive, DeCosta's name is off the market again. He's viewed as the heir apparent to 59-year-old Ozzie Newsome in Baltimore. Vikings assistant GM George Paton has also taken himself out of GM consideration. Thu, Jan 1, 2015 05:28:00 PM

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The Ravens have been in recent contact with ex-Texans OC Rick Dennison, ostensibly about their offensive coordinator vacancy.

They may also be eyeing Dennison as an offensive line coach, perhaps pairing him with OC candidate Kyle Shanahan. Shanahan and Dennison worked together in Houston. Per beat reporter Aaron Wilson, coach John Harbaugh holds Dennison in "high regard." The leading candidates for Baltimore's OC job remain Shanahan and WRs coach Jim Hostler, but Dennison may be a sleeper.
Sun, Jan 26, 2014 10:56:00 PM

The Ravens will not hire Steelers RBs coach Kirby Wilson as offensive coordinator.

Wilson interviewed twice for the job earlier this week but has been removed from consideration. In-house WRs coach Jim Hostler and ex-Redskins OC Kyle Shanahan are viewed as the favorites for the job, though there could be other options. Coach John Harbaugh wants to get an OC under contract very soon.
Sat, Jan 25, 2014 12:12:00 PM

The Ravens interviewed in-house WRs coach Jim Hostler for their offensive coordinator vacancy a second time on Thursday.

Hostler, ex-Redskins OC Kyle Shanahan, and Steelers RBs coach Kirby Wilson all received second interviews, while ex-Lions OC Scott Linehan wasn't brought back. Hostler would be an underwhelming hire, but he knows the personnel. Expect the Ravens to make a decision on their new offensive boss shortly.
Fri, Jan 24, 2014 08:36:00 AM

The Ravens will interview Steelers RBs coach Kirby Wilson for their offensive coordinator vacancy.

Wilson, 52, has never been an OC at any level. He's coached running backs at the NFL level since 1997, making a detour to USC to coach receivers for the 2001 season. Wilson has been with the AFC North rival Steelers since 2007. His role increased this past season following an 0-4 start with OC Todd Haley underwhelming. Wilson joins ex-Redskins OC Kyle Shanahan, ex-Lions OC Scott Linehan, and in-house WRs coach Jim Hostler as known candidates to interview in Baltimore. Coach John Harbaugh wants to make a hire shortly.
Tue, Jan 21, 2014 12:28:00 PM

CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora mentions Jim Zorn and Raiders senior offensive assistant Al Saunders as potential candidates for the Ravens' offensive-coordinator vacancy.

Both men have previous working experience with Joe Flacco. Zorn was the Ravens' QBs coach in 2010 but was fired over philosophical differences with then-OC Cam Cameron. Flacco was legitimately angry about Zorn's firing. Saunders served as an offensive consultant in Baltimore from 2009-2010. ESPN Ravens blogger Jamison Hensley calls Zorn the "intriguing candidate."
Thu, Jan 16, 2014 09:34:00 AM

The Baltimore Sun reports the Ravens are debating whether to go outside the organization for their new offensive coordinator or promote from within.

Jim Caldwell was hired by the Lions to be their next head coach, so the Ravens are looking for their third offensive coordinator in a span of about 13 months. Receivers coach Jim Hostler has been pegged as the most logical in-house candidate. He was the 49ers' OC in 2007. San Francisco fielded the league's No. 32 offense that season. The Ravens are also said to have some interest in Norv Turner. Turner is technically still under contract with the Browns.
Tue, Jan 14, 2014 12:55:00 PM

The Ravens have removed the "interim" tag from OC Jim Caldwell's title.

Cam Cameron's midseason replacement will officially be back for 2013. The Ravens have also hired former Eagles DC/OL coach Juan Castillo as their run-game coordinator. Caldwell's return became a formality after the Ravens offense morphed from plodding and predictable to aggressive and consistently productive under his watch. Caldwell has adopted an attacking approach with big-armed QB Joe Flacco, and has taken to spelling Ray Rice often with electric rookie Bernard Pierce. With an entire offseason to shed Cameron's ways coming up after the Super Bowl, Baltimore's arsenal of skill players should be considered "on the rise" for 2013.
Mon, Jan 21, 2013 04:48:00 PM

Ravens fired OC Cam Cameron.

It's rare that a coordinator gets fired when his team has a 9-4 record, but Cameron has been on thin ice for the better part of two seasons thanks to predictable play-calling, spats with Joe Flacco and vanilla schemes. The Ravens rank just 18th in total offense this season after a 15th-place finish last year. Cameron, 51, will be replaced by ex-Colts boss and current quarterbacks coach Jim Caldwell. The news is music to the ears of Ray Rice, who has strangely fallen to the back burner far too many times this season. Rice has been given 13 carries or fewer in three of the last seven games.
Mon, Dec 10, 2012 11:26:00 AM

Former Ravens owner Art Modell died of natural causes early Thursday.

Modell was 87. One of the most controversial and influential owners in league history, Modell will be remembered for taking the Cleveland Browns to Baltimore and rebranding them the Ravens in 1996. But he was also a driving force behind Monday Night Football, served as league president for three years and helped establish the league's first collective bargaining agreement.
Thu, Sep 6, 2012 08:05:00 AM

Ravens promoted Eric DeCosta to assistant general manager.

He's now one spot below Ozzie Newsome. Previously Baltimore's Director of Player Personnel and college scouting director before that, DeCosta annually draws interest on the GM market. The Ravens view him as Newsome's eventual successor, though, and DeCosta has continually turned down job offers. The Bears made an aggressive run at DeCosta this winter, but settled on Phil Emery.
Thu, May 17, 2012 12:17:00 PM

Ravens hired ex-Colts head coach Jim Caldwell as quarterbacks coach.

He will be Joe Flacco's new position coach, a role Caldwell has held elsewhere in previous stops. He'll work with offensive coordinator Cam Cameron. The Steelers had shown interest in Caldwell for their OC opening, but now figure to stay in-house, perhaps promoting QBs coach Randy Fichtner.
Mon, Jan 30, 2012 01:00:00 AM

The length of Ravens OC Cam Cameron's new contract has yet to be determined, but is expected to be "lucrative."

It was reported last Sunday Cameron was unlikely to be back due in part to friction with Joe Flacco, but Flacco reportedly signed off on his return. "We have a great relationship," Cameron said of Flacco. "Joe has grown so much and in so many ways, not only as a player but as a man. There's greatness in him. He's right on track to where a lot of the great ones have been."
Sat, Jan 28, 2012 09:39:00 AM

The Ravens retained Cam Cameron as offensive coordinator.

Coach John Harbaugh said it was a "foregone conclusion" that Cameron would stay on as offensive boss even with his contract expiring while coming under heavy criticism not only locally but also nationally. Harbaugh cited the offense's "good year" despite a turnover in personnel. Ray Rice should have nothing to worry about, though Joe Flacco figures to struggle to reach the next level under Cameron's predictable schemes and play-calling.
Fri, Jan 27, 2012 11:25:00 AM

Offensive coordinator Cam Cameron has attended Senior Bowl practices this week with the rest of the Ravens' staff.

Rightfully, there has been speculation that Cameron would bet let go after a rocky 2011 season. Both the Carroll County Times and Baltimore Sun, however, have reported that Cameron has a good chance to stay on. It is worth noting that Cameron's contract has expired, so the sides would need to do a new deal.
Thu, Jan 26, 2012 12:08:00 PM

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