When Kubiak left, it caused quite a stir but Bob talks about how quickly the Ravens quelled the storm with new hires.
The Baltimore Ravens have a new offensive coordinator.
Cliff Brown of Comcast Sportsnet joined Ed and Steve to talk about the Ravens search for a new offensive coordinator.
The Ravens now have a major item on their off-season list: hire a new offensive coordinator. Monday, Gary Kubiak accepted the head coaching job with the Denver Broncos.
Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun and National Football Post joined Ed and Steve to talk about the loss of Gary Kubiak.
The Denver Broncos general manager and executive vice president was hashing out a four-year contract with his former backup QB to become the team’s head coach, a person with knowledge of the negotiations told The Associated Press on Sunday night.
Raj Sharan of ESPN Radio in Denver joined the Scott, Jeremy Conn and Femi to fill the guys in on how Denver is feeling with Gary Kubiak returning to interview for their open Head Coach Position.
Rob Long speculates and discusses with Clifton Brown of CSN Baltimore the viable replacements for offensive coordinator should Kubiak leave for Denver.
Ravens OC Kubiak may be taking his game plan to Denver after telling the Ravens’ website we wasn’t interested in any NFL head coaching options.
An interesting sports week here in Baltimore. Our two major sports franchises both have two key members of the organization who are rumored to be up for jobs in other organizations.
Keion Carpenter joined Ken and Steve to talk about the conference championship games this Sunday and the Gary Kubiak situation.
Mike Preston joined Ken and Steve to talk about the Gary Kubiak situation.