Jim Caldwell will remain the Baltimore Ravens' offensive coordinator next season.
Caldwell moved from quarterbacks coach to offensive coordinator Dec. 9 after coach John Harbaugh fired Cam Cameron.
The Ravens have won three straight playoff games to advance to the Super Bowl for the first time since the 2000 season. They play the 49ers in New Orleans on Feb. 3.
Caldwell was the Indianapolis Colts' head coach from 2009-11. He has never been an offensive coordinator at any level.
Harbaugh said former Philadelphia Eagles offensive line coach and defensive coordinator Juan Castillo would be a consultant in the next two weeks and will be the team's running game coordinator next season.
Falcons: Quarterback Matt Ryan sprained his left shoulder in the closing minutes of the NFC Championship game and won't be able to play in the Pro Bowl on Sunday.
Coach Mike Smith says Ryan will need three to four weeks to recover from the injury, which was described as a sprained AC joint to the nonthrowing shoulder. No surgery is required.
Cardinals: New coach Bruce Arians has brought in Tom Moore and Harold Goodwin to help him overhaul the offense and also hired Todd Bowles as defensive coordinator.
Moore, 74, has 34 years of experience as an NFL assistant, 12 as Peyton Manning's offensive coordinator in Indianapolis. He will be Arians' assistant head coach/offense. Goodwin will be Arizona's offensive coordinator, although Arians will call the plays.
Pro Bowl: Indianapolis quarterback Andrew Luck was added to the AFC roster when New England's Tom Brady pulled out with an undisclosed injury. Luck was the No. 1 overall pick in April's draft out of Stanford and set NFL rookie records for attempts, yards passing and 300-yard games.
Other AFC replacements:
For the NFC, Atlanta safeties Thomas DeCoud and William Moore will replace Super Bowl-bound 49ers safeties Dashon Goldson and Donte Whitner, and Seattle rookie quarterback Russell Wilson will replace Atlanta's Ryan.