Jim Harbaugh and Tim Drevno will not tolerate missed blocking assignments. His son-in-law, John Baxter, is Michigan’s special-teams coordinator, which complicated matters for Thursday’s game between the Utes and Wolverines. Kickoff is scheduled for 8:30 p.m. ET in Salt Lake City, Utah. No one had sugar-coated how hard it would be to open the season
The Ravens are hoping to fill their remaining starting jobs on both the offensive and defensive line. In the final preseason game, will Ravens head coach John Harbaugh get testy with a sideline reporter again? It might depend on how his team plays Thursday night in a clash with the Atlanta Flacons. Show More Summary
“I always remember when I say that. So, maybe it was fight. Is that plausible? Maybe it was football.”
That’s why he’s jerk-ish.
Ravens head coach John Harbaugh got a bit mouthy with Redskins head coach Jay Gruden during Saturday's preseason game, jawing in the wake of Washington linebacker Keenan Robinson's body-slam of receiver Kamar Aiken. What did Harbaugh say to Gruden? We're not quite sure, but reading lips, it sure seemed like there was at least one f-bomb in there. Show More Summary
Author John U. Bacon is back with another tome about the Wolverines: “Endzone: The Rise, Fall and Return of Michigan Football.” In it, he discusses the machinations that went into getting Jim Harbaugh back in Ann Arbor, with an army of Michigan Men lobbying Harbaugh about the opening. [Fox Sports readies “Khaki Cam” for Jim […]
Look, man, we've all got jobs to do. Even when we're grouchy and have a case of the Mondays — or a case of the Saturdays, which Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh seemed to be suffering from mightily over the weekend Harbaugh allowed...Show More Summary
After a tense halftime interview, John Harbaugh has a goal for himself this season: To work on his responses, he told reporters on Monday. (...)
Nobody is happy during the NFL Preseason, especially Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh. During this weekend’s contentious game with the Redskins, Harbaugh gave this agitated, condescending halftime interview to home team sideline reporter Brent Harris. Show More Summary
John Harbaugh was one bitter individual during Saturday’s 31-13 preseason loss to the Washington Redskins. Jay Gruden knows that. The Redskins head coach was on the receiving end of a verbal thrashing from his counterpart following a skirmish near the end of the first quarter. And he wasn’t the only one who was forced to hear it […]
There for a moment, viewers of the Baltimore Ravens game against the Washington Redskins might have thought they were watching a Michigan game because suddenly, Ravens Coach John Harbaugh looked a whole lot more like his brother, Wolverines Coach Jim Harbaugh. The Ravens’ Mount St. Harbaugh lost it on the field after Keenan Robinson’s pile-driver […]
John Harbaugh was not a very happy John last night. First, Washington linebacker Keenan Robinson sparked a brawl after pile driving Kamar Aiken down on his neck in the first quarter. Steve Smith and Chris Culliver were then ejected for doing some punches and Harbaugh’s blood also got to boiling, as he ran across the field and yelled at Jay Gruden. Read more...
A Baltimore Ravens sideline reporter got the bad end of an interview with head coach John Harbaugh on Saturday night. During halftime of the team's preseason game against the Washington Redskins, Comcast SportsNet's Brent Harris asked...Show More Summary
The Harbaughs are a notoriously temperamental bunch, so this halftime interview by John Harbaugh probably shouldn't come as much of a surprise. Gracious halftime interview from John Harbaugh pic.twitter.com/RWqzF3TUlU — Warren SharpShow More Summary
The Ravens and Redskins came to blows Saturday night following a dirty tackle by Washington linebacker Keenan Robinson, prompting Baltimore (...)
He just likes to talk football.
Lost in the ejection of Ravens receiver Steve Smith and Washington cornerback Chris Culliver for fighting was the fact that Ravens coach John Harbaugh and Washington coach Jay Gruden exchanged verbal pleasantries in the first half of Saturday’s game. The exchange appeared to include Harbaugh angrily directing a four-letter, F-driven profanity at Gruden as the…
Eagles coach Chip Kelly was not happy with the hit that Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs put on quarterback Sam Bradford. Now Ravens coach John Harbaugh is not happy with the Eagles for criticizing Suggs. Harbaugh says that although he believes most players on the Eagles realized that Suggs was doing his job, the players who…
Baltimore Ravens Coach John Harbaugh sprang to the defense of one of his players who is probably the least in need of being defended. Harbaugh was highly critical of comments by Philadelphia Eagles lineman Jason Peters, who himself was highly critical of Terrell Suggs for a low hit on Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford on Saturday […]