- Jamison Hensley, ESPN Ravens reporter
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So, who is going to be the Ravens' next offensive coordinator?
Rob Chudzinski, the former Cleveland Browns head coach, is considered an innovator after bringing the read-option offense to the NFL in Carolina.
Jim Hostler, the Ravens' wide receivers coach, is the top in-house candidate who is the most familiar with the Ravens' personnel and would deliver the most seamless transition.
Gary Kubiak, the former Houston Texans head coach, has the proven track record with seven top-10 offenses in his past 11 years of coaching.
And Norv Turner, the Cleveland Browns offensive coordinator, is considered one of the brightest offensive minds in the game.
After you have voted for one of these candidates (or you have someone else in mind), tell me why you made that decision by dropping me a line in my mailbag. It could be used on the blog later in the week.
The Baltimore Ravens are going to hire their third offensive coordinator in 13 months. This comes after Cam Cameron was the play-caller for quarterback Joe Flacco's first five seasons in the NFL.