Ravens: 4 offensive coordinator replacements for Greg Roman

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1. Ken Dorsey, passing game coordinator/quarterbacks coach, Buffalo Bills

Ken Dorsey has quickly established himself as one of the best offensive minds in football and someone who many believe will be receiving a well-deserved promotion in the near future.

There’s even been talk that Dorsey could skip the coordinator phase altogether and become an NFL head coach before long. Let’s just assume that doesn’t happen, though.

Let’s assume he’s looking for an offensive coordinator job in the offseason. The Ravens make a ton of sense as a potential landing spot, much like Dorsey makes sense for them.

A former NFL quarterback, Dorsey played six years in the NFL split between the San Francisco 49ers and Cleveland Browns.

His first coaching job actually came at the NFL level when he joined the Carolina Panthers coaching staff as their quarterbacks coach in 2013.

He would hold that title until 2017 when he was fired as part of a mass overhaul of the offensive coaching staff. After a year spent at FIU, Dorsey was hired by the Buffalo Bills to be their quarterbacks coach.

He’s held that title ever since and even received a promotion to passing game coordinator and quarterbacks coach in 2021. His greatest success has undoubtedly come with his work with Josh Allen.

Dorsey took a raw, inexperienced Allen and helped turn him into one of the best quarterbacks in football. Allen himself as directly credited Dorsey for helping him grow and develop as a player.

If he wants a greater role and a chance to work with another top-tier quarterback, he could join the Ravens and work hand-in-hand with Lamar Jackson.

The potential caveat here is that if Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll is hired to be a head coach (which seems likely), Dorsey might just receive an in-house promotion.

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But if not, and if he’s looking elsewhere for a promotion, the Ravens could come calling.