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“It’s not going to be the Texans’ offense or the Broncos’ offense or anybody’s offense. It’s going to be the Ravens,” Harbaugh said. “It’s going to be what we build with our players and our coaches. It’s going to look like Baltimore wants it to look. It’s going to be rugged, it’s going to be rough, it’s going to be tough, physical, downhill, precise football — passing game and running game.”

Former Redskins offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan and Ravens receivers coach Jim Hostler were interviewed twice for the job, along with Pittsburgh Steelers running backs coach Kirby Wilson.

Wilson was eliminated from contention on Saturday.

When Kubiak had dinner at Harbaugh’s house on Sunday night, it became obvious that Kubiak was going back to work and Harbaugh had found the man to fix the erratic Baltimore offense.

“It emerged here at the end,” Harbaugh said. “I think we did a great job with a thorough process. That was something that was important to us, to make sure we turned over every stone. We looked at college coaches. We looked at a lot of guys.”

In the end, Kubiak got the nod after being unemployed for just under two months.

“I wanted to keep working, I wanted to keep going,” Kubiak said. “I was kind of looking for something that hit me and said, ‘OK, this is it.’ And that’s what happened.”