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Saints to interview Ravens WR coach Greg Lewis for vacant offensive coordinator job

New Orleans currently has six candidates in play.

NFL: Kansas City Chiefs at Denver Broncos Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports

The New Orleans Saints will interview Baltimore Ravens wide receivers coach Greg Lewis on Tuesday for their vacant offensive coordinator job.

Lewis began his NFL coaching career as an offensive assistant with the New Orleans Saints in 2015. He would later join the Philidelphia Eagles staff in 2016 before winning two Super Bowls with the Kansas City Chiefs from 2017-2022. Lewis joined Baltimore before the 2023 season.

Lewis has key experience developing offensive players as he was involved in the development of 5x First-Team All-Pro wide receiver Tyreek Hill. Lewis would also be a key part of rookie Zay Flowers' breakout in 2023 with the Ravens.

New Orleans has interviewed nine candidates for their next offensive coordinator so far. Zac Robinson signed with the Atlanta Falcons, Dan Pitcher was promoted with the Cincinnati Bengals, and Shane Waldron went to the Chicago Bears.


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