Baltimore Ravens offensive coordinator Greg Roman helped Lamar Jackson win the NFL MVP award, but will he leave the NFL for the opening at Colorado? Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

The Colorado football program is desperate to find a head coach after many of its top targets turned down the job. Now, per Rivals.com, the school is reportedly looking to reach out to Baltimore Ravens offensive coordinator Greg Roman.

Roman, of course, is a hot name right now after helping Lamar Jackson win NFL MVP during a magnificent 2019 campaign.

According to The Athletic, the school might also reach out to Oklahoma defensive coordinator Alex Grinch, along with USC offensive coordinator Graham Harrell.

Landing any of these three would be a major score for Colorado. But considering the fact that so many other coaches have opted to stay where they are in favor of trying to jump-start the Buffaloes, it’s hard to imagine that the university has a realistic shot.

The latest high-profile figure to turn down the job is none other than Alabama offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian.

This article first appeared on Sportsnaut and was syndicated with permission.



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