Kyle Shanahan continues to generate interest on the open market.
NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Wednesday that the Baltimore Ravens have interviewed Shanahan for their vacant offensive coordinator position, according to a source informed of their plans.
The news comes four days after Shanahan interviewed for the Miami Dolphins' offensive coordinator position. Philadelphia Eagles quarterbacks coach Bill Lazor was hired to fill that position Wednesday.
Shanahan was among the staff let go after Mike Shanahan was dismissed by the Washington Redskins this month. NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported that Shanahan has made the decision to continue his NFL career unassociated with his father.
The Ravens are looking for an offensive coordinator after Jim Caldwell was hired as head coach of the Detroit Lions. The Baltimore Sun reported the team expected to interview several candidates for the job, including wide receivers coach Jim Hostler.
Shanahan was perceived as an assistant on the rise before it all fell apart in D.C. The Ravens would represent a good spot for a career rebound.