Ravens hire former Bears coach Trestman to be offensive coordinator

SHARE Ravens hire former Bears coach Trestman to be offensive coordinator
SHARE Ravens hire former Bears coach Trestman to be offensive coordinator

The Baltimore Ravens announced Tuesday that former Bears head coach Marc Trestman would become the team’s offensive coordinator.

Trestman replaces Gary Kubiak, who left Baltimore to become the head coach of the Denver Broncos — which opened after John Fox left the Broncos and joined the Bears.

Trestman went 13-19 in two seasons with the Bears and was fired Dec. 29 after a 5-11 season.

The Ravens will be Trestman’s fifth stop as an NFL offensive coordinator. His previous stints include the Browns, 49ers, Cardinals and Raiders. He was the head coach of the Montreal Alouettes of the CFL before being hired by the Bears.

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