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DeShone Kizer will try to buck history in Baltimore Sunday

The Browns will face the Ravens on Sunday, which means DeShone Kizer will be the sixth rookie quarterback to start against the Ravens in Baltimore since John Harbaugh became the team’s head coach in 2008. The five quarterbacks that came before Kizer have had various styles and have gone on to various levels of success [more]

John Harbaugh Says A.J. Green Is The Best WR In The NFL

Week 1 of the NFL season is going to bring out the rivalry games right away. One of the biggest sees the Baltimore Ravens taking on the Cincinnati Bengals. Mere days before the game, Ravens head coach John Harbaugh offered high praise for Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green, which may raise a couple eyebrows from other wide receivers […]

John Harbaugh grateful for contract and longevity: “Pretty rare and pretty special”

Ravens coach John Harbaugh got a year tacked onto his contract this week, but he says his bond with Baltimore runs much deeper than that. Harbaugh’s entering his 10th season with the Ravens, and is under contract through 2019. “It was something that has been talked about for a little while,” Harbaugh said, via Jeff Zrebiec [more]

Ravens' Joe Flacco resumes throwing, but it's unclear when he'll return to practice

But Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh seems optimistic quarterback will be ready for Week 1.        

Joe Flacco resumes throwing

Ravens coach John Harbaugh guaranteed that quarterback Joe Flacco would be ready to go in time for the season opener on September 10 and the quarterback has taken a step toward fulfilling that promise. Harbaugh said Tuesday that Flacco has resumed throwing after an extended layoff due to a back issue that cropped up earlier [more]

Ravens extend coach John Harbaugh's contract through 2019

As he heads into his 10 season as head coach of the Baltimore Ravens, John Harbaugh has gotten some job security. Not a lot. But some. Via multiple reports, the Ravens have given Harbaugh a one-year contract extension: he was previously signed through 2018, and is now signed through 2019. Show More Summary

Ravens extend Harbaugh contract, which was to expire in 2018

The Baltimore Ravens have given coach John Harbaugh a contract extension, even though the team has missed the playoffs in three of the past four years        

Ravens reportedly extend John Harbaugh's contract through 2019 season

Harbaugh, who has guided the Ravens to an 85-59 record and one Super Bowl, isn't going anywhere

Ravens extend coach John Harbaugh’s contract by a year

The Ravens have missed the playoffs three of the last four seasons, but they gave coach John Harbaugh another year anyway. The team announced he had been given a contract extension, beyond the current deal which ran through 2018. Multiple reports have already said it’s a one-year extension, which secures him through the 2019 season. [more]

John Harbaugh flashes frustration over Flacco questions

We previously shared the content of Ravens coach John Harbaugh’s vow that quarterback Joe Flacco will be ready for Week One. The words don’t do the exchange justice. As the video attached to this post shows, Harbaugh was clearly frustrated by fair questions about Flacco’s status, flashing a hint of temper and plenty of condescension [more]

John Harbaugh promises Flacco will be back for Week One

Relax, Ravens fans. Well, at least a little. Quarterback Joe Flacco, whose one-week absence due to a back problem is closing in on five, will return in two at the latest. “He will be back for the Bengals game, I promise you that,” coach John Harbaugh said after Saturday’s preseason game against the Bills, via [more]

Ravens change practice schedule to allow for Pentagon tour

The Baltimore Ravens have altered their practice schedule to visit the Pentagon. Ravens coach John Harbaugh announced Monday he was changing the team's schedule to allow for the tour. The … Click to Continue »

Ravens call off practice to visit Pentagon, Arlington National Cemetery

The Ravens were supposed to have a practice on Monday, but the team will be taking a field trip instead. The Ravens announced in a statement from coach John Harbaugh that they are taking their players to the Pentagon for a tour and then to Arlington National Cemetery to lay a wreath at the Tomb [more]

‘It’s not 100 percent here?’: Ravens’ John Harbaugh not impressed with solar eclipse

Baltimore Ravens Coach John Harbaugh hasn’t spent nearly as much time thinking about Monday’s solar eclipse as Tennessee Titans Coach Mike Mularkey. While Mularkey announced earlier this week that he would adjust his team’s practiceShow More Summary

Saturday one-liners

When it comes to the anthem protests, Steelers coach Mike Tomlin has opted to say nothing. Ravens TE Maxx Williams has been dubbed a “sneaky athlete” by coach John Harbaugh. Bengals LB Hardy Nickerson Jr. participated in 34 total snaps in the preseason opener. One specific moment from Browns QB DeShone Kizer in the preseason [more]

John Harbaugh: Ryan Mallett “doing OK given the circumstances”

After a mediocre outing for Ravens quarterback Ryan Mallett in the team’s first preseason game, coach John Harbaugh said that Mallett played “winning football” because the Ravens were up 13-0 when he left the game. Mallett threw two interceptions on Thursday night against the Dolphins and could have had a couple of other passes picked [more]

Coach John Harbaugh undaunted by Ravens escalating injuries

The Baltimore Ravens have already lost nine players for the season, including seven to injury        

John Harbaugh: Ryan Mallett played winning football

In the regular season, the final score of the game tends to cover many sins as long as your team comes out on top. The preseason generally doesn’t work that way, but Ravens coach John Harbaugh went that route on Thursday night when he was asked about quarterback Ryan Mallett‘s play. Mallett started the game […]

Ravens dispute ESPN report regarding Colin Kaepernick, sort of

For the Ravens, the process of determining how big of a distraction Colin Kaepernick would be has officially become a distraction. In response to a report from Diana Russini of ESPN suggesting that coach John Harbaugh and G.M. Ozzie Newsome want to sign Kaepernick but that owner Steve Bisciotti is resisting the move, the team…

John Harbaugh: All indications on Joe Flacco’s back are “very positive”

When word of Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco’s back injury first broke, there was a report that he’d miss 3-6 weeks but Flacco said he hoped to be back on the field after a week of rest. On Tuesday, PFT reported that Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco’s back is doing better after that week of rest and…

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