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Ravens reportedly interview former Big Ten offensive coordinator for second time

Football Scoop logo Football Scoop 2/6/2023 Doug Samuels
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Bobby Engram spent eight seasons with the Ravens before leaving for his first coordinator opportunity at Wisconsin last year.

John Harbaugh has reportedly interviewed a familiar face to Ravens fans for a second time for the vacant offensive coordinator job on staff.

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Prior to taking the offensive coordinator job heading into the 2022 season, Bobby Engram had been a member of the Ravens organization for eight seasons.

During his time in Baltimore, the former NFL receiver worked with wide receivers and tight ends for Harbaugh.

Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic shares that Engram has interviewed twice for Harbaugh's vacant offensive coordinator opening on the staff.

The opportunity with the Badgers was Engram's first coordinator opportunity, and he never got a chance to settle in during a weird season for the team.

The Badgers fired head coach Paul Chryst in early October following a 2-3 start to the season and defensive coordinator Jim Leonhard took over as interim head coach for the remainder of the season.

The position in Baltimore became available following the team's playoff loss to the Bengals when the Ravens and Greg Roman decided to part ways.

The Ravens have also held second interviews with Georgia offensive coordinator Todd Monken and Vikings tight ends coach / pass game coordinator Brian Angelicho as well, with second conversations planned with Seahawks quarterbacks coach Dave Canales and Broncos offensive coordinator Justin Outten, all according to various reports.

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