OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) - The Baltimore Ravens are planning more second round interviews for their head coaching position later this week.
Dallas Cowboys offensive coordinator Jason Garrett spent more than six hours yesterday interviewing for the job, but left without filling the vacancy.
He was the first person to have a second interview. In his first season as the head of the Cowboys' offense, Garrett directed an attack that ranked second in the NFL with 455 points. The Ravens are also interested in Philadelphia Eagles secondary coach John Harbaugh, who was a finalist for the UCLA job that went to former Ravens offensive coordinator Rick Neuheisel. Harbaugh had an interview with the Ravens last week.
The Ravens have also interviewed Indianapolis Colts assistant Jim Caldwell; Cowboys assistant Tony Sparano; former Ravens defensive coordinator Rex Ryan, New York Jets offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer. Sparano accepted the Miami Dolphins' head coaching job today.