Baltimore Ravens Interview Georgia OC Todd Monken

The Baltimore Ravens are preparing for a potentially transformative offseason, and that could include a drastically altered approach on offense. According to NFL Network's Tom Pelissero, the team interviewed Georgia offensive coordinator Todd Monken for their own OC vacancy.
Monken served as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' offensive coordinator from 2016 to 2018, leading the team to two top-10 finishes in yards gained. He also served as OC of the Cleveland Browns in 2019, coaching the team to a 26th finish in points scored. He left the NFL for the Georgia Bulldogs in 2020.

Though Monken's success in the NFL as a play caller was relatively modest, his time as OC with Georgia has been a rousing success. The Bulldogs won consecutive NCAA titles in 2021 and 2022, most recently demolishing TCU 65-7 in the College Football Playoff Championship Final.

Monken interviewed with the Buccaneers earlier this month, so he appears ready for an NFL return. Given his previous schemes, he's an odd fit for Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson's run-heavy play style. If hired, he may be yet another hint that the team is preparing to move on from the 2019 MVP. 
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