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Sports Digest | January 29, 2014
NFL Browns to interview Kyle Shanahan for offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan is scheduled to interview today with the Cleveland Browns for their offensive coordinator job, according to a person familiar with the situation. It will be the third known interview for an NFL offensive coordinator position for Shanahan since he was fired by the Washington Redskins. Shanahan previously interviewed with the Miami Dolphins and the Ravens. The Dolphins hired Bill Lazor , the former quarterbacks coach of the Philadelphia Eagles, and the Ravens hired Gary Kubiak , the former head coach of the Houston Texans.
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Sports Digest | January 29, 2014
NFL Browns to interview Kyle Shanahan for offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan is scheduled to interview today with the Cleveland Browns for their offensive coordinator job, according to a person familiar with the situation. It will be the third known interview for an NFL offensive coordinator position for Shanahan since he was fired by the Washington Redskins. Shanahan previously interviewed with the Miami Dolphins and the Ravens. The Dolphins hired Bill Lazor , the former quarterbacks coach of the Philadelphia Eagles, and the Ravens hired Gary Kubiak , the former head coach of the Houston Texans.
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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | January 16, 2014
Two words that might come to mind when you think of Kyle Shanahan are nepotism and dysfunction. Shanahan, the son and former offensive coordinator of recently-fired Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan, has had to respond to critics who questioned his coaching chops during two different stints as an NFL coordinator, and he was caught in that mess between his dad and Robert Griffin III this season. All that D.C. drama aside -- not that it isn't noteworthy -- what is Kyle Shanahan's style as a coordinator?
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Mike Preston and The Baltimore Sun | January 26, 2014
What appeared to be a two-man competition for the Ravens' vacant offensive coordinator job includes at least one other candidate, according to a team source. Ravens coach John Harbaugh spent Sunday interviewing an undisclosed candidate at the Under Armour Performance Center, a development that adds further intrigue to a process that appeared to be wrapping up. When Harbaugh informed Pittsburgh Steelers running back coach Kirby Wilson on Saturday that he was going in a different direction with the hire, that seemingly left current Ravens wide receivers coach Jim Hostler and former Washington Redskins offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan as the two remaining candidates.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Aaron Wilson and The Baltimore Sun | January 23, 2014
The Ravens moved into the final stages of their search for an offensive coordinator Thursday, conducting second interviews with two of their top candidates and planning to meet again with a third. Ravens wide receivers coach Jim Hostler and former Houston Texans and Washington Redskins offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan met with team officials Thursday for the second time to discuss the vacancy, according to sources. Pittsburgh Steelers running backs coach Kirby Wilson, who interviewed with Harbaugh at the Under Armour Performance Center in Owings Mills on Wednesday, is due back Friday for his second interview, sources said.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | January 21, 2014
After a week of interviews with both college and NFL coaches, four leading candidates have emerged to fill the Ravens' offensive coordinator vacancy. Current Ravens wide receivers coach Jim Hostler, Pittsburgh Steelers running backs coach Kirby Wilson, former Washington Redskins offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan and former Detroit Lions offensive coordinator Scott Linehan remain under strong consideration to replace Jim Caldwell, who was hired as the Lions' head coach on Jan.14.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Mike Preston and The Baltimore Sun | January 26, 2014
What appeared to be a two-man competition for the Ravens' vacant offensive coordinator job includes at least one other candidate, according to a team source. Ravens coach John Harbaugh spent Sunday interviewing an undisclosed candidate at the Under Armour Performance Center, a development that adds further intrigue to a process that appeared to be wrapping up. When Harbaugh informed Pittsburgh Steelers running back coach Kirby Wilson on Saturday that he was going in a different direction with the hire, that seemingly left current Ravens wide receivers coach Jim Hostler and former Washington Redskins offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan as the two remaining candidates.
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By Edward Lee | December 6, 2012
ASHBURN, Va. - For the first five seasons of his NFL career, Chris Chester called Baltimore home after he was drafted in the second round in 2006. But after the NFL lockout ended in July 2011, the offensive lineman made the move to the Washington Redskins. It's a decision that the 29-year-old Chester is grateful he made. “I'm really enjoying myself here,” he said after Wednesday's practice. “I had some good friends and some good experiences in Baltimore, but I'm happy to be a Redskin.
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By Mike Jones and The Washington Post | May 12, 2011
John Beck likens the last three years to being in a hole. He slipped into it somewhere between his rookie and sophomore seasons in the NFL, and he's been trying to scratch and claw his way out ever since. Now, just maybe, he's finally getting to the surface. It appears that the 29-year-old quarterback's first real chance of starting in the NFL again could be within reach. Last month, Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan passed on the opportunity to draft Missouri's Blaine Gabbert — one of the top two quarterbacks in the NFL draft — and didn't take a passer with any of Washington's other 11 picks.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Aaron Wilson, The Baltimore Sun | January 16, 2014
Head coach John Harbaugh and other Ravens officials have been mostly mum about the process of finding a replacement for offensive coordinator Jim Caldwell, and the characteristics the organization is looking for in its next hire. However, one thing has become abundantly clear: The Ravens are operating from a position of strength with a desirable job to offer and plenty of interested and qualified candidates. "I think it's an excellent position," said NFL Network analyst Charley Casserly, a former general manager of the Washington Redskins and Houston Texans.
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By Aaron Wilson and Jeff Zrebiec and The Baltimore Sun | January 25, 2014
The Ravens' search for a new offensive coordinator has been narrowed to a pair of finalists: former Washington Redskins offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan and Ravens wide receivers coach Jim Hostler. Pittsburgh Steelers running backs Kirby Wilson, who interviewed for the position Friday, was among the initial group of finalists. He was informed by coach John Harbaugh on Saturday that he was no longer under consideration for the job, according to two sources. Wilson soon after verbally accepted a position as the Minnesota Vikings' running backs coach, according to a source.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Aaron Wilson and The Baltimore Sun | January 23, 2014
The Ravens moved into the final stages of their search for an offensive coordinator Thursday, conducting second interviews with two of their top candidates and planning to meet again with a third. Ravens wide receivers coach Jim Hostler and former Houston Texans and Washington Redskins offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan met with team officials Thursday for the second time to discuss the vacancy, according to sources. Pittsburgh Steelers running backs coach Kirby Wilson, who interviewed with Harbaugh at the Under Armour Performance Center in Owings Mills on Wednesday, is due back Friday for his second interview, sources said.
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Mike Preston | January 23, 2014
Even as the Ravens' search for an offensive coordinator appears to be moving away from him, former Detroit Lions assistant Scott Linehan would be their best option. On paper, Linehan has more experience than the three candidates who are reportedly in the running for the job: Ravens wide receivers coach Jim Hostler, Pittsburgh Steelers running backs coach Kirby Wilson and former Washington Redskins offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan. As of midday Thursday, Linehan had not been scheduled for a second interview, according to a league source.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | January 21, 2014
After a week of interviews with both college and NFL coaches, four leading candidates have emerged to fill the Ravens' offensive coordinator vacancy. Current Ravens wide receivers coach Jim Hostler, Pittsburgh Steelers running backs coach Kirby Wilson, former Washington Redskins offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan and former Detroit Lions offensive coordinator Scott Linehan remain under strong consideration to replace Jim Caldwell, who was hired as the Lions' head coach on Jan.14.
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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | January 16, 2014
Two words that might come to mind when you think of Kyle Shanahan are nepotism and dysfunction. Shanahan, the son and former offensive coordinator of recently-fired Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan, has had to respond to critics who questioned his coaching chops during two different stints as an NFL coordinator, and he was caught in that mess between his dad and Robert Griffin III this season. All that D.C. drama aside -- not that it isn't noteworthy -- what is Kyle Shanahan's style as a coordinator?
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Aaron Wilson, The Baltimore Sun | January 16, 2014
Head coach John Harbaugh and other Ravens officials have been mostly mum about the process of finding a replacement for offensive coordinator Jim Caldwell, and the characteristics the organization is looking for in its next hire. However, one thing has become abundantly clear: The Ravens are operating from a position of strength with a desirable job to offer and plenty of interested and qualified candidates. "I think it's an excellent position," said NFL Network analyst Charley Casserly, a former general manager of the Washington Redskins and Houston Texans.
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By Aaron Wilson and Jeff Zrebiec and The Baltimore Sun | January 25, 2014
The Ravens' search for a new offensive coordinator has been narrowed to a pair of finalists: former Washington Redskins offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan and Ravens wide receivers coach Jim Hostler. Pittsburgh Steelers running backs Kirby Wilson, who interviewed for the position Friday, was among the initial group of finalists. He was informed by coach John Harbaugh on Saturday that he was no longer under consideration for the job, according to two sources. Wilson soon after verbally accepted a position as the Minnesota Vikings' running backs coach, according to a source.
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By Mike Jones, The Washington Post | August 14, 2011
Chalk one up forRex Grossman. Getting the first crack at the Washington Redskins' starting quarterback job, the ninth-year pro came out and directed his team's offense with efficiency in a 16-7 preseason-opening victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers at FedEx Field on Friday night. Washington's starter for the final three games of the 2010 season, Grossman completed 19 of 26 passes for 207 yards and a touchdown; his quarterback rating was 109.0. The performance came in front of an announced 68,320.
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By Edward Lee | December 6, 2012
ASHBURN, Va. - For the first five seasons of his NFL career, Chris Chester called Baltimore home after he was drafted in the second round in 2006. But after the NFL lockout ended in July 2011, the offensive lineman made the move to the Washington Redskins. It's a decision that the 29-year-old Chester is grateful he made. “I'm really enjoying myself here,” he said after Wednesday's practice. “I had some good friends and some good experiences in Baltimore, but I'm happy to be a Redskin.
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The Washington Post | September 25, 2011
On five occasions in the Washington Redskins game Sept. 18, Rex Grossman dropped back and spotted his receiver. The ball's trek was interrupted midflight, though, batted down by defensive linemen and never coming close to the intended target. "Nothing I can do about that," Grossman said last week. But coaches know that five batted balls is an abnormally high number, and the Arizona Cardinals seemed to know they could disrupt the Redskins' passing game by simply sticking their hands in the air. Entering tonight's game against the Dallas Cowboys, Grossman has enjoyed a good couple of weeks to open the season.
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