The changes continue with the Ravens' offense.
The Sun reported Saturday that Andy Moeller, who has worked with the team's offensive line since 2008, is leaving to work with the Cleveland Browns.
Moeller, according to The Sun, will be Cleveland's offensive line coach under new head coach Mike Pettine. That continues an off-season filled with changes on the offensive coaching staff as the Ravens are trying to bounce back from a season filled with problems on offense.
Gary Kubiak was hired this week as the new offensive coordinator, replacing Jim Caldwell, who left to take the Detroit head coaching job. Kubiak brought in Rick Dennison to work with the quarterbacks.
Brian Pariani also will join the staff, taking over as the tight ends coach. So, there's no question that the coaching staff -- on the offensive side -- is going to have a much different look for the 2014 season. The other big question is what the roster is going to look like in those positions.
The Ravens clearly want to find help on the offensive line, wide receiver (and/or tight end) and possibly at running back. They clearly wanted to make a lot of changes after a frustrating 8-8 record in 2013, and bringing in a bunch of new coaches is a first step.