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John Harbaugh disputes report that Jim’s family is pushing him to Michigan

Jim Harbaugh reportedly is “torn” between taking the job at Michigan and staying in the NFL.  Harbaugh’s “family and friends” reportedly are urging him to return to his alma mater.  His brother, John, disputed that on Wednesday.  Strongly. “My dad and I both... I will say this:  The report that said that…

John Harbaugh denies report that family is pushing Jim Harbaugh to Michigan

An ESPN report had said that family pressure could push Harbaugh to Ann Arbor. Multiple outlets have reported in recent days that the Michigan Wolverines chances' to land Jim Harbaugh have improved. Last week, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported...Show More Summary

Even John Harbaugh seems to know Jim is done in San Fran

Your browser does not support iframes. It always seems like it's the proverbial "one more question" that yields the most interesting stuff. CSN Baltimore spoke with Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh and threw in a final question...Show More Summary

John Harbaugh sounds like he knows Jim Harbaugh will be fired by 49ers

At some point early next week, Jim Harbaugh is likely to be relieved of his duties as coach of the San Francisco 49ers. It’s a firing that seems inevitable, even to his brother on the East Coast. Baltimore Ravens Coach John Harbaugh, the guy who beat his brother and the 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII, […]

John Harbaugh knows Jim is done in San Francisco

It’s the worst-kept secret in the NFL. And in the Harbaugh family. With 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh saying nothing about his future, Ravens coach John Harbaugh seems to acknowledge the obvious:  Jim is entering his final days as the San Francisco coach, after taking the team to three straight NFC title games (and one Super…

'Immersed' Ravens are ready to surprise

OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- If the Baltimore Ravens are going to make the playoffs this year, John Harbaugh has to play psychologist as much as coach this week. From Harbaugh's point of view, the Ravens can't dwell on the fact that their playoff chances took a significant hit Sunday, when they lost to the Houston Texans. Show More Summary

Michigan reportedly makes run at Jim Harbaugh

When it first became obvious Brady Hoke wouldn’t be back next year as head coach of the Michigan Wolverines, a report suggested that the folks at Ann Arbor were more interested in John Harbaugh (who didn’t go to Michigan) than Jim (who did). Now, Michigan apparently has a keen interest in the soon-to-be-former 49ers coach.…

Depleted Ravens’ secondary loses Asa Jackson for season

The injury-plagued Ravens secondary has lost another player. Asa Jackson, a cornerback who has started the last six games, will miss the rest of the season. Coach John Harbaugh said today that Jackson suffered a knee injury and will be shut down. The Ravens already have four defensive backs — Jimmy Smith, Aaron Ross, Tramain…

John Harbaugh: No word on CB Asa Jackson injury

Observed and heard in the locker room after the Baltimore Ravens' 20-12 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars: No update on Jackson's injury: The Ravens aren't sure whether cornerback Asa Jackson is out for the season, which would be another blow to the depleted position. Show More Summary

John Harbaugh: No reason Dennis Pitta couldn’t play again

When Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta fractured and dislocated his right hip for the second time in two years, one of the questions about his future was whether or not it would include a return to the football field. The general feeling was that it would be unlikely for Pitta to return from such a…

John Harbaugh: Joe Flacco 'playing at the highest level you can play'

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. -- Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh was answering a question about how Joe Flacco jumpstarted a key 97-yard drive with his legs when he stopped and gave his quarterback some unsolicited praise. "It’s funny, Joe...Show More Summary

John Harbaugh sent message with fourth-down gamble

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. -- John Harbaugh is at his best as a coach when his team faces adversity because he knows how to get the Baltimore Ravens in the right mindset. Their 28-13 victory over the Miami Dolphins proved it again. With last...Show More Summary

DeAngelo Tyson misses practice for jury duty

OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh has heard a lot of reasons why a player or coach had to miss practice, but backup defensive tackle DeAngelo Tyson provided him with a new one. Tyson served jury duty on Thursday instead of prepping for the Ravens' most important game of the year. "That’s a first," Harbaugh said. Show More Summary

Myers: Giants and Jets could battle for Jim Harbaugh

The Giants are agonizing over what to do about Tom Coughlin while it appears the Jets can’t wait to tell Rex Ryan — and maybe John Idzik — thanks for the memories and hand in your playbook.

Ravens John Harbaugh: Late pass interference call 'disappointing'

The Chargers' game-winning drive against the Ravens wasn't without controversy, at least to hear coach John Harbaugh tell it.

John Harbaugh: 'Players should be determining the outcome'

The Baltimore Ravens' 34-33 loss to San Diego caused some to wonder whether the officials cost the Ravens another game with a flag late in the fourth quarter. A month ago, the Ravens fell to the Cincinnati Bengals after wide receiver...Show More Summary

John Harbaugh says late pass interference call “not fair” to Anthony Levine

The Ravens were trying to hold onto a six-point lead late in the fourth quarter of Sunday’s game against the Chargers when Philip Rivers threw the ball toward Malcom Floyd in the Baltimore end zone. The ball fell incomplete, but a flag hit the turf as well. Floyd and Ravens defensive back Anthony Levine were…

Ravens remain in playoff hunt with fighting spirit

NEW ORLEANS -- Baltimore Ravens safety Will Hill didn't go a day this past week without hearing the question: Do you believe you can cover New Orleans Saints tight end Jimmy Graham? Every coach from John Harbaugh on down wanted to hear Hill's response. Show More Summary

Ravens rookie class has already distinguished itself

The Baltimore Ravens' season is only a little over halfway complete, and this year's rookie class has already distinguished itself as the most immediately productive in coach John Harbaugh's seven seasons. No other group of rookies have been on the field more than this year's one. Show More Summary

Ravens take exception to CBS airing Harbaugh's postgame comments; network apologizes

Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh told his players after Sunday's victory against the Tennessee Titans that they fought hard after losing the previous week against the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Steelers lost Sunday at the NewShow More Summary

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