Former Bills head coach Doug Marrone is emerging as a candidate for the vacant Ravens offensive-coordinator job.
Marrone opted out of his contract with the Bills after new ownership arrived even though it appeared his job was safe. Marrone pocketed a guaranteed salary along the way and quickly emerged as a candidate for the head coaching job with the Jets. That did not pan out though with reports of Marrone bombing the interview hitting the web. Marrone now seems certain to have to settle for an offensive coordinator job.
Another candidate who the Ravens have interest in is former Broncos offensive coordinator.
I'd be shocked if Doug Marrone was not one of the first candidates the Ravens look to as offensive coordinator. If not the 1st candidate
— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) January 19, 2015
The Ravens lost Gary Kubiak to the Broncos head coaching job. Under Kubiak quarterback Joe Flacco tossed a career high 3,986 yards and 27 touchdowns. Of the remaining openings on the market the Ravens job is one of – if not – the best.