Former Baltimore Ravens offensive coordinator Greg Roman, a Ventnor native and Holy Spirit high school alum, is on the list of candidates in Washington to become the Commanders’ offensive coordinator, reports ESPN’s John Keim.

It’s the first known interview for Roman since he parted ways with the Ravens on Jan. 19.

Washington, which parted ways with Scott Turner after the season, also reportedly has interest in Kansas City offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy.

Roman, 50, has been a coordinator with the 49ers (2011-2014) and Bills (2015-2016) in addition to the Ravens. He has also worked with the Carolina Panthers and Houston Texans in the NFL and the Stanford Cardinal in college football.

Baltimore hired Roman in 2017 and was their offensive coordinator starting in 2019.

He spent the 2008 season coaching his alma mater, Holy Spirit, serving as their offensive coordinator.

If Roman landed the Commanders gig, that would mean he would be coaching in Philadelphia at least one game per season.  That means many of the locals would get a chance to see him on the sidelines, or more likely up in the coaching booth.

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