Jim Caldwell Retains Ravens OC Position and More AFC North News

Andrea HangstFeatured Columnist IVJanuary 23, 2013

Matt Zenitz of the Carroll County Times reports that the Baltimore Ravens will indeed be keeping Jim Caldwell as their offensive coordinator through the 2013 season.

Under Caldwell—who replaced Cam Cameron in Week 15—the Ravens offense has been more explosive and balanced, helping take them all the way to the Super Bowl.

Another addition to the Ravens staff, Juan Castillo, who most recently worked as the Philadelphia Eagles' defensive coordinator, will be assisting the Baltimore offense in their preparations for the Super Bowl.


Baltimore Ravens

Aaron Wilson and Matt Vensel of the Baltimore Sun break down the tape of the performances of the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers in their conference championship wins in anticipation of their meeting in the Super Bowl.

NFL analysts Phil Simms and Boomer Esiason join Bleacher Report to discuss whether Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is "elite."


Cincinnati Bengals

The Dallas Cowboys stripped head coach Jason Garrett of offensive play-calling duties. According to ESPN Dallas' Calvin Watkins, they may be targeting Cincinnati Bengals assistant Hue Jackson to take on that role.

Bleacher Report's Matt Gray presents the Bengals' 2013 draft wish list.


Cleveland Browns

The Cleveland Plain Dealer breaks down the Cleveland Browns Wednesday press conference introducing new offensive coordinator Norv Turner and adds that Turner will be calling the plays in 2013.

Brian Murtaugh of Bleacher Report asks whether or not Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden deserves another year as the starter.


Pittsburgh Steelers

Dave Bryan of Steelers Depot suggests the Pittsburgh Steelers take a look at Hal Hunter, Jr., recently of the San Diego Chargers, to replace outgoing offensive line coach Sean Kugler.

Bleacher Report's Chris G. says that the Steelers need to add legitimate playmakers if they want to return to the playoffs in 2013.