Baltimore Ravens: Top 3 Free Agents To Target This Offseason
The Baltimore Ravens were prepared for the loss of offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak. Going back to Denver may been too hard to pass up, but head coach John Harbaugh had a plan. The seat which Kubiak occupied was not cold long. On Tuesday, the Ravens organization announced they have hired former Chicago Bears head coach Marc Trestman to run their offense.
Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reported that Trestman, 59, joins the Ravens after going 13-19 in two seasons with the Bears. He replaces Gary Kubiak, who was announced as the Denver Broncos' new coach Tuesday.
This is the Ravens' fourth offensive coordinator in as many seasons. Hopefully Trestman, who is known of a bit of a quarterback guru, will stick around and improve a growing offense that could be really good next season.
The Ravens snuck into the AFC playoffs as the final seed, then ended Pittsburgh’s season in Heinz Field in the first round of the second season. The Ravens were summarily eliminated by New England the next week.
With an offense that got better as the season wore on and a defense that could rise to the occasion like Ravens defenses of the past, there are a few things this team needs to get itself back toward the Super Bowl. Here are three free agents who could help the Ravens in 2015.