The Baltimore Ravens interviewed Georgia offensive coordinator Todd Monken this week about their vacant OC position, NFL Network reported Saturday.
Monken, whose Bulldogs have won back-to-back national championships, is eyeing a return to the NFL and is also scheduled to meet with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, per the report.
Baltimore parted ways with Greg Roman earlier this month after his four seasons as the offensive coordinator. The Ravens finished 10-7 in 2022 and lost to the Cincinnati Bengals in the wild-card round.
Tampa Bay fired offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich after four seasons on the job following the Jan. 16 wild-card playoff loss to the Dallas Cowboys.
Monken, 56, joined Georgia coach Kirby Smart’s staff in 2020 after working as the offensive coordinator for the Cleveland Browns (2019) and Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2016-18).
The Bulldogs are 29-1 in the past two seasons. Georgia averaged 41.1 points and 501.1 yards per game during the 2022 season.