"Matt felt very strongly, and I concurred that it was time to change," Billick said during his news conference. "I have not fired anybody today, including Matt Cavanaugh."
The Ravens ranked 31st in total offense (273.4 yards per contest, ranking 31st in passing.
Under Cavanaugh for six seasons, the offense never ranked higher than 14th at the end of the season.
Billick denied that wide receivers coach David Shaw had been fired. He said that the new offensive coordinator will not come from within the staff, saying that the search will include NFL and college coaches.
Story is developing. Stay tuned to Ravens Insider for full details this evening.
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