Ravens head coach John Harbaugh finalized several changes to his coaching staff Wednesday, promoting five members from last season's staff and officially announcing the hiring of former Chicago Bears tight end coach Andy Bischoff.
The Ravens will need to hire a new offensive coordinator, after all. Just seven days after saying that he would remain with the Ravens, Gary Kubiak will be named the new head coach of the Denver Broncos, according to a source, returning him to the organization that he spent 20 seasons with as either a player or assistant coach.
The Ravens knew that if offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak wanted to interview for the Denver Broncos' head-coaching vacancy, the job was probably his. Since late last week, they've been preparing for his departure, which now seems imminent.
Ravens secondary coach Steve Spagnuolo is a finalist for the New York Giants' defensive coordinator vacancy along with former Oakland Raiders coach Dennis Allen, according to sources with knowledge of the situation.
Three days after the Ravens' season ended with a divisional round playoff loss to the New England Patriots, John Harbaugh expressed confidence in the organization's future, and the chances of offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak remaining part of it.
Former FBI director Robert Mueller III has released his investigative report on the NFL's handling and pursuit of evidence in the domestic violence case surrounding former Ravens star running back Ray Rice, concluding that the NFL didn't get an early look at the video of the incident.
When the Ravens signed veteran former New York Giants safety Will Hill to a one-year, $730,000 contract in late July, they did so with the understanding that it would take time before they'd have the opportunity to insert him into the starting lineup.