Coaches That Should Be On The Ravens Radar

The Ravens will be in the hunt for a new linebacker coach, wide receiver coach( if Jim Hostler leaves), and quarterback coach. I wanted to list some possible candidates that could possibly not only fill a need but be able to help The Ravens become better than last year in some areas.

Hue Jackson:

Jackson has been with the ravens before as the quarterback coach (2008-2009)and he definitely will be some one Joe Flacco will be familiar with but it may be best if The Ravens can get Jackson to be the wideceiver coach. Under Jackson’s tutelage in Cincinnati, Chad Ochocinco and T.J Housmanzadeh became one of the most polific wide-receiving tandems in the nfl. In 2005, the Ochocinco-Houshmandzadeh tandem combined to total 175 receptions for 2,388 yards.

Possible coaching postion: wide receiver or quarterback coach. for more info click here

Jim Caldwell:

Caldwell spent most of his time in the nfl as a quarterback coach before he became the head coach of colts in 2009. During his time as the quarterback coach it was said Peyton Manning credited Caldwell for his success where Manning became the first QB since Steve Young with three consecutive 100+ rating seasons Caldwell may be able to help Joe Flacco in a big way and since he has worked with/ watched a elite/future hall famer quarterback, it could be even more helpful for Joe Flacco/

Possible coaching postion: quarterback coach. for more info click here and here

Greg Manusky:

Manusky is a former nfl player( he was a linebacker) who started his career in coaching as a linebacker coach. During his time as linebacker coach of the chargers ( 2002-2006) it was said he help molded one of the best linebacker units in the nfl. Under his guidance Donnie Edwards led the team in tackles, Randall Godfrey finished second and Shawne Merriman was named nfl defensive rookie of the year. Five different linebackers have made the pro bowl while being coached by Manusky.

Possible coaching postion: linebacker coach. for more info click here

If you have any ideas of which coaches The Ravens should target then please share.

The opinions posted here are those of the administrator of this blog and his loyal readers. They are in no way official comments from the team, and should not be misconstued as such, even though he thinks he could do just as well or even a better job!

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