The Washington Times - January 15, 2014, 05:51PM

The Baltimore Ravens interviewed Kyle Shanahan for their vacant offensive coordinator position at some point this week, The Baltimore Sun reported on Wednesday.

Shanahan was the Washington Redskins’ offensive coordinator for the last four seasons, but he was fired on Dec. 30 with his father, coach Mike Shanahan, and several other assistant coaches.

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The Ravens lost former offensive coordinator Jim Caldwell to the Detroit Lions on Tuesday, as he was hired as their next coach.

Shanahan has been an offensive coordinator in the NFL for the past six seasons, including two with the Houston Texans before joining his father in Washington. He was the Texans’ quarterbacks coach in 2006, a role Caldwell also held with the Ravens, leaving open the possibility that he could hold both roles with the Ravens.

The Miami Dolphins also interviewed Shanahan to be their offensive coordinator, but the team hired former Philadelphia Eagles quarterbacks coach Bill Lazor on Wednesday.