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Tuesday Ravens links: Doug Marrone's potential candidacy, Daryl Smith deserves a lot of credit

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Some Ravens optimism leaves with Gary Kubiak leaving

The Baltimore Sun's Mike Preston writes that Gary Kubiak's departure to Denver erases some of the optimism and momentum the Ravens had heading into the 2015 season.

Five potential offensive coordinator hires

Purple Reign Show's Rob Michels gives his list of five potential offensive coordinators that the Ravens could hire now that Gary Kubiak has officially left for the Broncos.

Is Doug Marrone on the Ravens' radar for offensive coordinator?

ESPN.com's Jamison Hensley brings up Doug Marrone as a possible offensive coordinator candidate now that he's been snubbed for head coaching jobs. Marrone opted out of his contract with the Bills.

Another potential candidate off the board

CSNBaltimore.com notes that Bill Musgrave, one of Clifton Brown's candidates for the Ravens, can no longer be considered as he's taken the offensive cooridnator job with the Oakland Raiders.

Daryl Smith deserves credit for filling in after Ray Lewis retired

Ravens coach John Harbaugh said that Daryl Smith deserves a ton of credit for his performance the past two years, especially since he had to step in after Ray Lewis retired, writes BaltimoreRavens.com's Ryan Mink.