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Quotes on Jim Caldwell, OC Search

Street Talk Quotes on Jim Caldwell, OC Search

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2+ Comments RAYVENRAYG says He was a good guy and performed admirably in tough spot at end of 2012 & playoff run no augument there. His first full year as an actual OC showed not a lic

John Harbaugh on hiring a new offensive coordinator: “We will be interviewing coaches inside and outside of the building. We’re confident that whether we select someone currently on our staff or from another team, we will have a coach that best fits what we want to be, where we want to go and understands what Ravens football is all about. I have a profile in mind, and we are excited about the coaches who have shown interest in the job. One of the positives with the change is that we’re reminded that this franchise – and team – is attractive to many in the profession. We will have a coaching staff that will get the most out of our players.”

John Harbaugh on Jim Caldwell: “We are all so happy for Jim. He deserves this opportunity, and I congratulate the Lions for selecting him. We’re disappointed that we’ve lost Jim. We were looking forward to making progress on offense with Jim leading the charge as coordinator. Jim is a teacher, he is honorable, he is a respected leader, and every person with the Ravens will miss him. Players and assistants respond to him. You understand why he was named Detroit’s head coach and why all the other teams had him among the finalists.”

Ozzie Newsome on Jim Caldwell: “I believe it would be difficult to find anyone with the Ravens who is more respected than Jim Caldwell. That includes players, coaches and other staff members. He earned that because of the person he is and his extensive knowledge about football, including the keys to winning and his ability to teach all of that. Personally, it is a privilege to know him, and it was an honor to work with him. We put Jim in a difficult position a year ago when we named him offensive coordinator late in the season. All he did was help us turn our offense around, and we won the Super Bowl. He has many strengths, but one that is sometimes overlooked is his ability to bring a coaching staff together. He has already succeeded as a head coach, and he will again in Detroit.”

Joe Flacco on Jim Caldwell: “I enjoyed my time with Jim greatly. He is a man that I will always respect as a football coach, leader and a friend. Through his calming influence and extensive knowledge of the game, he was an integral part of our success over the past few years. He will be missed by me and the Ravens. I wish him the best of luck in Detroit.”

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RAYVENRAYG
RAYVENRAYG

He was a good guy and performed admirably in tough spot at end of 2012 & playoff run no augument there. His first full year as an actual OC showed not a lick of improvement and offense tanked in most if not all categories. Loss of veteran center, best TE, Anquan & injured RB's weakened his weapons arsenal. Offensive line was a major component in those dropoffs but he was the one calling the plays, was he not? I wish him the best of luck unless or until we meet in season or superbowl next year. With the offense he is inheriting if he doesn't do well its on him.

john
john

Please!!!! the sh*t is getting deep, good guy terrible OC.

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