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After leading the Ravens to their best offensive season in franchise history, first-year coordinator Gary Kubiak has already drawn interest from the New York Jets for their head coaching position.
The Jets fired head coach Rex Ryan and general manager John Idzik on Monday and have requested to interview Kubiak, according to an ESPN report. New York also seeked interviews with Arizona defensive coordinator Todd Bowles, Seattle assistant head coach Tom Cable, San Diego offensive coordinator Frank Reich, and Seattle defensive coordinator Dan Quinn.
The former Houston Texans head coach guided the Ravens to single-season franchise records in points scored (409) and total yards (5,838). Baltimore finished eighth in points scored and 12th in total yards during the 2014 regular season.
In eight years as Houston’s head coach, Kubiak accumulated a 61-64 record and guided the Texans to two AFC South titles.

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