The Baltimore Ravens are looking for a new offensive coordinator after parting ways with Greg Roman earlier this month, and as they did with their defensive coordinator last year, the franchise is looking among the college ranks for its new lead man. May have been. Per NFL MediaThe Ravens interviewed Georgia offensive coordinator Todd Monken this week for their offensive coordinator vacancy.
Monken has been the offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach at Georgia for three seasons, and he is coming off two straight national championships. In 2022, Georgia had the No. 5 offense in college football, as the Bulldogs’ total offense averaged 501.1 yards and 41.1 points. Former walk-on quarterback Stetson Bennett was named a Heisman finalist after he threw for 4,127 yards, 27 touchdowns and seven interceptions while adding 10 more touchdowns on the ground.
Monken has previously coached in the NFL, as he served as the wide receivers coach for the Jacksonville Jaguars, the offensive coordinator for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and most recently in 2019, the offensive coordinator for the Cleveland Browns. Tom Pellicero of NFL Media reported that Monken is eyeing a possible return to the NFL and is also scheduled to talk with the Buccaneers about the open offensive coordinator position.
The Ravens are reportedly interested in Los Angeles Rams passing game coordinator Zach Robinson, Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Justin Outten, Browns wide receivers coach/passing game coordinator Chad O’Shea and Seattle Seahawks quarterbacks coach Dave Canales.