The 30-year-old Fassel is the head coach at New Mexico
Highlands, a Division II school that has lost 23 straight games,
including an 0-10 record last season in Fassel's first season as
the head coach. He was an assistant coach for the Cowboys in 2002.
Fassel said he has been invited to join the staff of Ravens head
coach Brian Billick as an offensive assistant. Jim Fassel, fired by
the Giants after last season, was hired earlier this week by the
Ravens as senior consultant. The Giants also want the elder Fassel
to work with second-year quarterback Kyle Boller.
John Fassel said working alongside his dad was probably the
biggest draw for accepting the Ravens' offer, but said he had not
made a decision.
"I thought I'd come to a decision three or four days ago,"
Fassel said Thursday. "Now, I'm not so sure."
Fassel said he planned to visit the Ravens' facilities next week
and then make a decision.